From açaí bowls to heel flips Neen Williams tells his story. Growing up in Chicago, gettin’ on Satori, going from living in a van to living with the Boss, takin the party train to the sobriety station, turning pro for Deathwish, skating for Shake Junt, gettin’ that TWS cover and so much more. Also, got a cameo from the Goat, Shane Heyl with his First Impression so gear up for some positivity and good vibrations kids.


Sit in as Ray and I discuss growing up in the San Jose scene, starting Los olvidados, playing in Drunk Injuns under different names and masks, working at Greer Skatepark, producing McRad’s album, the infamous Chris Miller session, being hospitalized by covid, keeping the vibes positive and much more…


Look mom, I got another Bones Brigader—It’s Steve Caballero sitting in and talking about growing up in San Jose, meeting Mofo, early days at Winchester and Campbell skateparks, shooting photos with Terrebonne and KT, San Jose bank spots(memorex, fish banks, etc), all the bay area vert ramps, leaving Tracker for Indy, learning the 540, filming with P-Stone, the Van Doren travel experience, starting the Faction, having a positive mindset and much more…


Currently walking with the Lord as much as he can, Nick Merlino sits down and talks about his journey. From the early days growing up in Jersey, getting a chance with Baker and going to Australia, to landing a spot on Foundation and onto King of the Road before being a part of the movie Jack Ass. Nick has always brought the spice of life attitude and he even joined the married ranks recently with his wedding last month. Andy Roy guest appearance and much more right here on episode 165.


Rick I & I discuss Embarcadero before EMB, Sick Boys premiere, China Banks, flying for the first time with TG and Thiebaud, FTC, Turning pro for New Deal, starting Underworld Element, Teaching Carroll Ollie Flips, riding for Stereo for a hot minute, Tre’s before Tae, working at High Speed sellin’ Slap ads, CREAM and more. Even got a “First Impression” with friend of the show, Danny Sargent. This is another OG SF legend kids so listen and learn, it’s Rick Ibaseta!

Ep. 163: JAKE RUPP

Jake and I catch up and discuss growing up on the Mason Dixon line, Coffee skateboards, keeping up with Ricky Oyola, that epic Static video part, skating in his barn, getting one of the longest am interviews in Thrasher, Rasta and mystic vibes, skating for Element during the Bam and Nyjah era, disappearing for a while, support of Craig and Satori Wheels, and more.


From Vancouver to Dana Point, from Red Dragons to Red Bull; forget Labatts and Molson and watch us design a Canadian Mount Rushmore up top Mount Whistler. Listen as we discuss turning pro for Darkstar, his brother Scott, the heavy influence of Paul Machnau, moving to the States, Bust or Bail contests, the big New Years kickflip Phelper ordered like a pizza and more…


From Fruit of the Vine to Frogman Left and in between; Rick & Buddy check in from their Holly-weird studio and reminisce about meeting at Jeff Phillips skatepark, moving to New York, meeting Hubbard early on,  starting Six Stair, meeting Anti Hero dudes and making Tent City, Frankly Speaking, Grosso’s Love Letters,  and much more. Then we take a deep dive into their upcoming feature film “Warm Blood” which takes place in Modesto, CA. Strap in for over 2 1/2 hours of flapping from some of the best in the biz.


Dr. Z checks in from the East Coast with some reflections of riding for 16, receiving TWS Rookie of the Year, getting on Zoo York, hanging with Harold Hunter, rooming with Rob Welsh, the Eli Reed experience, heading over to Expedition for a while, getting on All-Timers and much more. There’s a First Impression from Dan Pensyl and our new Skateshop of the Week segment, so listen up!


Deep down in Brazil with Murilo this week catching up and talking early days in Sao Paulo, meeting Pedro Barros, V, Marlon and the crew, coming to United States for the first time, Bordo and Hassan stories, his compound with his company PUG, Red Bull event in Florianopolis, RTMF, kicking it with the Phelper, P-Stone and much more. Always a pleasure Murilo, viva Brazil!


Stories of growing up outside Chicago, early days skating with Sinner, going to her first X Games, meeting Elissa when she was 11, winning X Games on her 20th birthday, getting on Zero, that legendary day at Wallenberg, travelling with Pat Burke, filming her Strange World part, telling Jamie Thomas she didn’t wanna go pro, vintage collecting in Colorado and much more—this is Marisa Dal Santo kids!


Nathan Fletcher chimes in with epic stories of growing up in San Clemente, being Christian Fletchers younger brother, seeing Metallica for the first time, his mom Dibi and all she does for the sport and the family, jumping off the Steamers Lane cliff into a wave, Mavericks, getting 9 covers in a month from that magical Teahupoo wave, the helicopter jump filming his documentary “Heavy Water”, Wim Hof breathwork, raising two kids and much more… No family has had a more profound impact on board sports than the Fletchers. VENI • AUDIVI • DIDICI


We got the Professor Paul Schmitt on the show this week talking early days growing up in Florida, creating rails and boards from his home, making the big move to California and heading a huge warehouse production line, Schmitt Stix to New Deal,  meeting Bryce Kanights, going with Dorfman to fire Rocco, adapting along with skateboarding, wider the truck the slower it turns, getting chased around a pump track by a cop, being inducted into Skateboarding’s Hall of Fame, surpassing the 19 million boards number, and much more…


Sarge checks in from Minnesota talking early days in Oregon, getting sponsored by Fogtown & Concrete Jungle, working at Thrasher, living with Tommy Guerrero and Orb, doing one of the first 5050’s on a handrail, turning pro for Schmit Stix, New Deal days with Armando, training the Phelper, having a kid and getting sober, and much more. Big love Danny!

Ep. 154: SHAGGY

Shaggy sits in from the Northwest and talks building parks, skating in Arizona, Thrasherland, Beer City skateboards, Myrtle Creek skatepark, Orcas, Hubbard and Red, making a movie and much more. Skateparks don’t just fall out of trees people, respect the ones that create them…


Stereo’s first female skateboarder Bryce Wettstein checks in with her thoughts on thinking, growing up in Encinitas with skateboard parents, Jane Goodall, Silly Girl, the impact elephants stampeding makes, the front blunt-smith-to front blunt, the Olympics, her dream board, Ukulele riffs, turning pro and much more


Sit back and listen to Bill Danforth and I go through the early days growing up in Detroit, getting sponsored by Madrid Skateboards and turning pro, being a part of the Alva team, travelling with Murf, The Ohio Skateout, Savannah Slamma, the art of pushing mongo, the Minor Threat riots, American Nomad skateboards, beating up GG Allen and much more.

Ep. 151: JJ ROGERS

Growing up in the East Bay, playing baseball with Jay West, chewing tobacco at 10 years old, learning inverts before grinds, getting on Blockhead, skating with Joe Lopes, turning pro for Dogtown, meeting John Cardiel, getting humped by Wade Speyer, living with Tod Prince, the SJ warehouse days and much more. This is JJ ROGERS!

Ep. 150: PAT DUFFY

Duffy talks growing up in Marin, getting the cover of Thrasher his senior year, filming with Ternansky, Plan B days and meeting Danny Way, Think days and the infamous China Banks back tail, and much more. This is episode 150!


Listen in as I connect with Hayley Wilson down under during her fight with the Covid quarantining with her mates. We discuss growing up in Australia, the under-cut vs the mohawk, being a female skateboarder, skating vert, meeting Leo Baker for the first time, filming for Nike video, projectile vomiting, fanning out on Elissa Steamer, going to the Olympics, future goals and more…


Jeff Toland comes at you live from the Sacramento river with boat loads of stories and laughs for days. Listen as we discuss getting sponsored by Powell, turning pro for Think, joining Chapter 7 as a package deal with Matt Rodriguez, coining the name Jibassic Park at Boreal, party tricks, hog-tieing Tobin Yelland, wearing a wetsuit riding a skim-skateboard at th Back to the City contest with Simon Woodstock, living in San Jose with Todd Prince and JJ Rogers, his remote control world and much more. Also for the Youtube audience there’s some great show and tell. Stoked to have caught up with Jeff, it’s been a while.  MAHALO!!!


Listen in as we discuss growing up in a fly over state, our love for coffee, having Covid over the holidays, acting on a stage vs the big screen, getting to work with Leonardo DiCaprio in the Martin Scorsese film “Shutter Island”, but mostly we discuss filming an independent movie (Red Rocket) in Texas during a pandemic, the art of not getting aroused during a sex scene, Dirt Nasty vs Scary Movie 3, a first impression from director Sean Baker, and much more.


Danny Dicola starts 2022 (Season 4) out with a cameo appearance from Alex “Cranny” Horn. Listen in as we discuss growing up in North County, learning how to surf, skating for 16, getting vibed by Oscar Jordan, getting on $lave Skateboards and eventually going pro, all the trips and good times with Cranny and the OJ team, shaping boards and so much more. We even get a cameo from Cran-mom! Keep the stoke alive, and spread it all over.


After putting out 45 episodes in 2021, Tim McKenney and I reflect on all the happiness, laughs, and epic moments the podcast provided. This is the 3rd Annual Poddy Awards so you know there’s gonna be trophys and guests. Thanks to everyone that helped motivate!


The 2021 finale is here with Fred Smith the 3rd. It’s been a wild year and who better to end it with than the Loud One. Listen as we discuss growing up back East, skating Blues, meeting the Package, skating for Alva, getting a pro model and not being pro, Glue head and Jake Phelps influence, playing bass for the Loud Ones, tattoos, the Skate Hut and much more…

Ep. 143: ORB

Listen as Orb and I discuss growing up in SF, Rainbow skateshop turning into Fogtown, CBS days with Arco Mic and the boys,the differences between living with Tommy Guerrero and Natas Kaupas, the folklore of the number 43, that magical scene in Powell’s “Search For Animal Chin” where he says ‘Maps to the Skater’s Holmes’,  getting his helmet crushed by Cooksie, “it was almost Orbskopp!”, Joey McSqueeb,  being a chef at World Industries during the Big Brother era, Skatemaster Tate and Skate TV days, and much more.


Samarria and I discuss her career thus far, growing up in Riverside, meeting Tre Williams and learning to skate with the crew, getting on Hoopla and meeting Mimi and that crew, skating in contests, getting a pro model from Hoopla, being a mystery guest on Thrasher’s King of the Road, joining Enjoi and getting a pro model for them, her own color wave shoe for New Balance, the insanity of competing to go to the Olympics, filming and shooting photos and eventually landing on the cover of Thrasher, being a role model and much more…


Josh and I discuss moving out from Normal, IL and staying in California for longer than intended. His passion for skateboarding that drew him to building and that included cement and the Grindline team. From Bordertown to St Helena to Myrtle Creek all the way to Israel, Josh got the bug for building cement skateparks. Currently he’s got the Treasure Island DIY going full force.


Listen as John “Tex” Gibson and I discuss growing up in Houston, going from Zorlac to Caster back to Zorlac, meeting Craig Johnson, coming to California, having his first photo in Thrasher taken by Fausto, the influence of Strople, Jeff Phillips, the Clown Ramp, being inducted into the Hall of Fame and much more…


Keegan Sauder is a friend, a pro skateboarder, a surfer, a helicopter pilot and an observer of sweets just to mention a few things he excells at. Listen as we discuss growing up in a small town in Canada, getting sponsored, the amazing Rick McCrank, reminiscing about me filming his ‘how to 5050’ for Thrasher, going pro for Zero, getting a Thrasher Magazine cover, the band Wayne Gretzky and the Decenzo Bro’s, his horrific near helicopter crash, living on Vancouver island and much more…


Brian and I discuss growing up back East, Blaize Blouin, The Charleston Hanger, winning the Am finals in Atlanta, getting advice from Chris Miller, getting on G&S,  traveling with Mike Frazier,  kitty cat diarrhea, inventing the Howie slide, the Planet Earth era,  three degrees separation of Talkin’ Schmit and much much more. It’s an action packed show and we even got a ‘First Impression’ from Chet Childress-enjoy!


This week we’re reporting  somewhere out in spaceship Earth. Listen as I meet up with Hamish Patterson aka the Illusion and discuss growing up in California, partying in Malibu, Larry Hagman, doing a First Look for Thrasher, O-rings, skating pools, finding sobriety, wanting to leave California, his new take on aliens, raising his son Owl, book recommendations, doing a weekly show with Jordan Richter and much more…


Eman and I discuss growing up in Santa Cruz, getting Dogtown flow, meeting Eric Dressen, getting on Santa Cruz Skateboards, first time to Derby skatepark, the influence of Israel Forbes and Ron Whaley, seeing Cardiel for the first time, trying out for Jason Jessee’s wheel company, his Hall Of Meat slam second day of Skate Rock, P-Stone stories, helping kids stay positive and achieve some life goals, and much more. Also listen closely as we are giving away a free jacket from DERBY OF SAN FRANCISCO this week!


Listen as we discuss growing up in the So-Cal valley, meeting and skating with Wally Inouye, being the first photograph on the cover of Thrasher Magazine, Jeff Grosso dedication board for Hall of Fame, betting on the Giants to win it all, the Olympics and much more. We even have a special guest First Impression from the one and only, MOFO…


Kevin and I discuss growing up in Oregon, meeting Red, getting enough money to build a park in his backyard, meeting P-Stone and Hitz camping on the beach, Life Blood days with BK, getting on Blood Wizard, blowing it at Gravette’s, getting knocked out in Brazil and waking up a week later, the harsh run at the Olympics, the Rip Ride Rally at Lincoln City, starting his own brand Portal Dimension and much more…

Ep. 133: ALBINO

Bino and I discuss growing up in New Mexico, meeting Phelps for the first time, the Choppy Omega and the Burnside experience, hooking up Hewitt in Southern Oregon, Bordertown days, New Zealand with the Anti Hero crew, building skateparks, getting that Bino Hero board, working the graveyard shift at Alcatraz with T-Mo and Josh, his role in the new Thrasher DIY series and much much more…


David and I discuss growing up in the 303, breaking into cars and stealing stereos, Ben and Jerry vs IT’S-IT, getting on Foundation, staying in the Lizard Lair at Hell Rose, Angel fuckin’ Ramirez, Thrasher Magazine’s King of the Road, Copenhagen, Daewon vs Rodney, getting that Thrasher cover, his focus through sobriety, the Tights, getting robbed in SF, going to Clipper 7 times for his ender and much much more…


Dan and I discuss growing up in a small town in Pennsylvania, meeting Steve Rodriguez, moving to the big city of New York, helping start 5Boro skateboards, party life and the Max Fish days, his Route 66 trip, blackin’ out Pacey of Dawsons Creek, Peru trips with Danny Falla, pile-out days in SF, getting sober, family life, and much much more.


Poppy and I talk about growing up in Australia, skating Tampa at 11, her Ted Talk at 12, winning the Combi Contest, making a Thrasher animation, her can of peas tattoo, getting to and skating in the Tokyo 2020 Olympics and much more…

Ep. 129: JOE SIB

Joe and I discuss growing up in Santa Cruz, the Capitola Classic, meeting Keith Meek, Winchester skatepark, Steve Caballero, Montague Banks, Los Olvidados, being at the Factions first show, Wax, Side One Dummy Records, filming a video with Spike Jonze, the Bones Brigade showing up at his comedy show and much more…


The Package and I discuss growing up on the East Coast, skateboarding, surfing, pioneering a way of life, Jake Phelps, Fred Smith, Jim Murphy, Water Bro’s, opening and losing Skater’s Island, the first X-Games in Rhode Island,  his band “BIG WORLD”, the Brown Tornado,  four-times at Skatopia, playing with Johnny Thunders, Mary Picka Paper, the upcoming documentary on his life and much much more…


Fred and I discuss growing up in Jersey, being a Matt Hensley fan, coming to SF for the first time, getting on Alien Workshop and turning pro, the amazing switch 5.0 down Hubba Hideout for one of the best Thrasher Magazine covers of all-time, P-Stone stories for days, Habitat, saving burning people in Cambodia, building spots around his hood, over three years of sobriety, sitting on three video parts and much more…


Nate and I discuss growing up in Portland Oregon and seeing Burnside being built, getting his firs free board from Cardiel, working at the haunted Duffs warehouse, being pigeon toed like Rodney Mullen, being knocked into a coma by Bill Gates, running a skate shop in Iowa with his wife, making his Frankie Hill documentary, Crunch Berry Wednesdays, having a shoe at Walmart and working at a taco shop, almost being Dyrdek’s assistant and a whole lot more.
WARNING: Drinking coffee before listening to this episode is highly recommended!


Amelia discusses being born in Poland, growing up on the East Coast, seeing skateboarding at an event for the first time, making a documentary, starting Exposure Skate and throwing an annual event, watching Sky Brown’s horrific accident at Birdland, filming a part for Arbor, getting podium at the Chili Bowl, her Mount Rushmore of lady skaters, Olympics anticipation and much more…


From New York to LA, House of Pain to the Outsiders house, living in Tulsa Oklahoma, sobriety for 16 years, a first impression from Keith Cochrane and much more. Oh Danny Boy the pipes, the pipes are callin’—Stay Gold…


Listen as we talk about growing up in Japan, getting sponsored, coming to California for the first time, skating in Exposure contests, becoming friends with Lizzie Armanto and others who she looks up to, playing piano, getting on Blood Wizard, Joe Exotic and much more. Also be sure to listen as we are doing another contest this time for a Blood Wizard skateboard!

Ep. 122: BLACK C of RBL Posse

Growing up in the SFC, going to the Log Cabin, starting the RBL Posse, playing shows at The Stone, the loss of Mr. Cee and much more. This is Black C of the RBL Posse and it’s dedicated to the Bay Area rap scene—we appreciate ya!


We go back to Illenium days, Good Times Skateboards, meeting Navs, Hitz and the rebirth of the Creach,  movin’ into the Hesh HQ with the boys in Claremont and no doubt we got an amazing special guest with a First Impression. Trips galore with Chet, Levis, and the crew with a look at his new company, Space Pupil. Al and I go way back and even I learned a lot so you definitely are gonna want to tune in and sip some coffee with that splash of da coconut milk mon, we going in on this one—Big love Parts!


From Z-Boys and Craig Stecyk to Santa Monica Airlines and meeting Natas Kaupas, going to Thrasher for the first time when it was out on the shipyards, his relationships with Mofo, Jesse Martinez, Jason Jessee, Jay Adams, and Stacy Peralta just to name a few, being portrayed by the late Heath Ledger in the Z-Boys movie and much much more.


Lil B, B Money—Brandon has a lot of nicknames with affection and even more amazing stories. Listen as we talk about living in Japan, growing up with Peter Smolik, gettin’ on Shortys, the Muska, Baby Schitzo, prison life, Sk8Mafia, Healthy Life Recovery, the Switch Hard heard around the world(at Wallenberg), getting a healthy interview in Forbes, Wes Kremer, skateboarding and sobriety and much more.


Growing up neighbors with Brad Staba and Brian Anderson, that first Think box, doubles with Wade Speyer, Foundation days, slappy nose slides, Rachel, record collecting, starting his own company “Adored Skateboarding” and much more. It’s Corey Duffel kids, the Duff-Man says a lot of things… There’s also a giveaway this episode so pay attention and email your answer!


Walker Ryan sits down in his families abode in Bolinas and talks about the entire process of writing a book (which might include some spoilers), there’s also early skate day stories in wine country, seeing Billy Pepper, meeting Ron Allen and skating for his company, 510 Skateshop, Karl Watson and Organika, turning pro, his podcast “Old Friends Catch Up”, skating for SOVRN, and much more. We even have a GIVEAWAY this week, so make sure to enter!


Growing up with his brothers and finding skateboarding, learning to ollie, early Blockhead days, joining Markovich at Color, the infamous water tower Thrasher Magazine cover, shooting with Sturt, getting on Plan B, designing Destructo trucks,Wray Bros, fatherhood, losing his brother Jonas and much more…


Christian Cooper aka BLKPRJKT is an artist, a designer, a micro-influencer but mostly a skateboarder. We’ve known each other for about 30 years so you know we’re gonna push the gab meter to eleven as we discuss: Northern California spots and skateparks in the early 80’s, Palo Alto Sports, G Rails, Ffej and Page Mill, Punk shows at the Varsity, Phil Shao, Greer Skatepark, working at DLX, Concrete Disciples, Jeff Grosso and much much more…


Sam “Sammytown” McBride of the legendary Bay Area punk band Fang checks in from Arizona and talks about growing up in the East Bay, early days selling acid, the origin story of his nickname Sammytown, the infamous Misfits show, life in prison, completely missing Kurt Cobain, bands that cover FANG songs(Butthole Surfers, Mudhoney, Nirvana, Green Day etc.), sobriety, modern day Fang and much more.


This week we went Two For Tuesday as we launch a statement in podcasting brotherhood.  We’re talking East Coast skate history with Anthony of All I Need Skate. Topics include:  growing up out East, having a Mom with addiction issues, 5Boro days with ol Dan Pensyl, Tony Hawk tours like the Gumball Rally, Zoo York, going pro for World Industries, All I Need Podcasting and much more…


A skate video of Joe in Israel made by P-Stone and Trujillo, an attempt at a podcast, and a little tribute video montage of photos and video through out the years…

Ep. 111: MAT O'BRIEN

Everything from Matt Pailes to Basquiat is stuffed into this episode which I would categorize more of two old bro’s catching up. I had such a good time talkin’ with Mat about things like living with Drehobl and Upson, being there for Duffy’s Plan B hammers, Bruna Da Silva and the Playground, the Slap ‘Angel’ graphic, the huge Matt Field influence, his skate company ‘The Otherness’,  and much much more. Big love to Mat—Good times…AGAIN!


Bucky Lasek zoomed into the program with a great chat including topics of: growing up in Baltimore, living on a boat, coming to California, having a bowl in his backyard, F1 racing, the complete circle of sponsors(starting with Powell and ending with Powell), Vans Combi Masters and Legends divisions, crashing his car during a Gopro course preview, the Olympics, the invention of the switch Fall Guy and much much more…


I looked up what the symbol for 20th anniversary was and it said: “traditional gift is china, and the modern 20-year anniversary gift is platinum.” Well for 20 years of Hightower, Im hoping all their albums go triple platinum and the band gets a world tour ending in China. There’s a lot going into this one, but I’ll let you decide what the highlights are. Listen up and when you’re done, head over to Bandcamp and get some of if not all their tunes. This is HIGHTOWER!!!


Down undah with Yeah Sheezy?  Good on ya mate! Listen as we discuss her first time to the United States, Krux commercial, Van Doren Invitational contests, thoughts on the olympics, having a kick-ass lady friend, playing music, skating against Regina George in the X-Games finals, and much much more. We had a great time on this one, hope you learn a thing or two…


Growing up in Latvia, coming to America for the first time (without Arsenio), riding for Element and going pro, winning European Skater of the Year twice, linking up with Red Bull, creating a YouTube series, going on King of the Road, travelling with Wes Kremer and the DC squad and much more.  If you think nothing else Madars, you are right.

Ep. 106: WEE MAN

Skating for Sonic and living in San Jose, moving over to Dogtown, working at Big Brother and going to Disneyland with Slayer,  the hijinx from the Jackass movies,sky diving with Matt Hoffman, meeting Pony Boy of the Outsiders, a first impression from Andy Roy and much more. Wee Man has lived an incredible life and is always down for skateboarding and the good times.


I first met Alana at the training compound down in Mesa, AZ several years back where I filmed her do a perfect tre-flip which went nuts on the Thrasher instagram.  She’s a member of the very small group of girls that have landed a 540 on vert, she’s skated the mega, also got the Silver medal in her first XGames at the age of 12, and won the Combi Classic in 2015.  Hope you all enjoy this one, Alana is a ruler!

Ep. 104: Darin "Cookiehead" Jenkins

Skating Del Mar with the legends, inventing the sidewinder, living on a boat, filming with Ternansky for the H-Street video, living in a house where Sal Barbier is the oldest most responsible dude in there, early days of the Muska in San Diego, being sponsored by a bong company, Big Wednesday’s with Danny Way, the origin story of the nickname “Cookiehead”, and much much more. Ladies and gentlemen, THIS is Cookie Head!

Ep. 103: Joey "Shithead" Keithley of D.O.A.

We sprinkle a little politics in but mostly we discuss early life in Canada, starting a band, playing their first show in SF and meeting Jello Biafra, how the band got it’s name, and more. We also listen to some of his favorite songs from the band with little stories about each one and we end the conversation with a discussion on our thoughts about the greatest American punk band of all-time.

Limited Edition Tim McKenney Skateboard Deck

The Tim McKenney boards are now available. These are the boards with artwork from Jeremy Fish that was dreamed up 20 years ago and has finally come to production. We made a very limited run and have numbered them and will sign them upon request. Get yours now!

Ep. 102: Archer Braun

Zoom into Ramona and catch up with Archer Braun. We talk moving West to California, meeting Hewitt and Navs, getting a college degree, color spectrums, working at a skateshop, tossing his first 540 on vert, living at the Ramona vert ramp,  filming his Skeleton Key part and much more…

Ep. 101: Kickin' It With Cranny

Startin’ out the year just 8 minutes North of Punta Mita Mexico with my good good homie, Mr. Alex “Cranny” Horn. Big Dog stories, the Creach, first Thrash, Blender, Claar, JJ, 10 gallons of mayonaise gettin blown up in a tv, the Vox, a show and tell segment and much much more…


The Poddy’s are here! Get ready to laugh, cry, say “that’s stupid”, and cry again. We got some awards: Best Laugh, Gnarliest story, Loosest Trucks, MOTY, Most Listened to, and Peoples Choice are just some of the awards along with 12 days of Christmas listener appreciation giveaways including a GoPro 9, a pair of CONS shoes, and a complete skateboard from REAL…

Ep. 100: Tommy Guerrero

Tommy said he would do episode 100 and he delivered. We talk about working with Jake at Concrete Jungle, filming Animal Chin in SF, early punk days and Free Beer, leaving Powell for REAL, Fausto and Swenson, skating with Natas and Gonz, and much more. There’s even a first impression by an old friend. This episode is dedicated to Eric J—Godspeed

Ep. 99: Mörizen Föche aka MOFO Vol. 1

Raised in Escondido; Mofo is a straight up legend—a pioneer who created or helped create much of what drew me into the world of skateboarding.  Whether it be early days at Thrasher Magazine, living with Tony Alva in LA, coining and launching the “Skate Rock” department, crashing on Swenson’s couch in SF, being front-man for the Drunk Injuns, creating logos for Thunder Trucks and SMA, or partying with Skip Engblom in Venice—Mo was there. The interview ran out of time way before I ran out of questions; thus the ‘Vol 1’.  History is important kids, so listen up; it’s Mörizen Föche—RISIN RISIN!!!

Ep. 98: Mike Gigliotti

Mike owns and runs the Lotties skateshop in LA and has been skating and doing art most of his life. He was instrumental in helping out all the skateshops with a tshirt campaign when the pandemic first struck. This episode is dedicated to all skate shops world wide and has cameos from some friends of the show. Thanks to everyone that helped out with this episode and PLEASE—if you have to order online, do it from a skateshop. LETS KEEP SKATESHOPS BRICK AND MORTAR!

Ep. 97: Bo Mitchell

You know him from East Bound and Down, Cobra Kai, maybe even October Road—he had a role in the movie Palo Alto as well. But for our money, he’s the dude that lights up Xmas day every year on the Thrasher site with his skateboarding in the Tired videos. Growin’ up in the dirty South, acting, skateboarding, and more. There’s even a First Impression from Mike Sinclair…

Ep. 96: Dustin Dollin

Thanks to the power of Zoom, I caught up with Dustin Dollin in Paris, France and talked: Gleaming the Cube, Stereo days, living in SF, Piss Drunx, 7 Day Weekend, Newell & Warner, Skate Rock in Oz, Baker and more…

Ep. 95: Lance Conklin

Born in Jersey and raised in Florida, Lance has many epic stories and relationships in skateboarding. Listen as we talk about Gonz showing him a noseblunt for the first time, the infamous Slayer interview at Disneyland, being in a band with Duane Peters, sand blastin’ cars in Ramona, givin’ tattoos, his top 5 skaters, his pick for the great American band and much more…

Ep. 94: Allysha Le

Allysha and I discuss: growing up in El Segundo, getting on H-Street and Osiris, Hoopla Skateboards, Lizzie Armanto,   leaving Hoopla for Creature,  solving the Rubiks Cube, The Chili Bowl contests at Potrero Del Sol and much more…

Ep. 93: Salman Agah

The Thrasher Magazine Skater of the Year award began in 1990. First there was Tony Hawk, followed by Danny Way, then John Cardiel, and then my next guest. Salman grew up in Nor-Cal, was sponsored early on by Powell and was a huge part of the early days of REAL skateboards, oh and by the way… HE is the Switch God.

Ep. 92: Tim Kerr (Big Boys)

Tim and I talk about growing up in Texas, the Big Boys, Pflugerville, Skate Rock, Jeff Phillips, Bad Brains, Poison 13, The Monkeywrench, skating ditches, Wirtz Elementary kids singing Minor Threat and much more—this one’s a long one but like Tim says…He’s done a lot of stuff!

Ep. 91: Jeff Ament of Pearl Jam

Growing up in a small town of roughly 600 people, Jeff Ament has made his mark in a major way.  Green River, Mother Love Bone, Pearl Jam, Band of Horses revenge, Montana Pool Services, the greatest American rock band debate, a first impression from Tony Farmer,  and much more…

Ep. 90: James Kelch

That’s right kids, this is the Mayor, James Kelch discussing growing up as a military kid, finding a home on Treasure Island, EMB, getting sponsored and turning pro for REAL, the Raiders, Billy Valdez, Hella Cool Skateboards, current life in Cincinatti and more…

Ep. 89: Dan & Max from SPAZZ

Max Ward and Dan Lactose tell the origin story of their band SPAZZ, growing up in the Peninsula, punk shows at the Pony Express, Plutocracy, recording with Bart, Kevvy Kev at KZSU, meeting Kool Keith and much more. 650 REPRESENT!

Ep. 88: Geoff Rowley

Geoff Rowley lives and breathes skateboarding. In this one we talk early days in Liverpool, Lemmy, Skater of the Year, Luke McKirdy, skate shops, dedicating his last Vans video to Jake Phelps, his new board company Free Dome Skateboards, and much much more… I’ve been friends with Geoff for years but it’s always a privilege to get to chat and absorb some of his energy and wisdom. It’s episode 88 kids, ENJOY!

Ep. 87: Frankie Hill

Growing up in Santa Barbara and eventually riding for Powell Peralta, getting a Thrasher cover, going to SF with Guy and Rudy, getting an offer from Gonz, blowing out his knee, the comeback, a phone call from Ray Simmonds, a first impression from Todd Hastings,  figuring out the shnitty with Schmitty and much more with the legend himself, Frankie Hill!

Ep. 86: JT Aultz

JT tells it all: growing up in Poway, showing up at Webber for the first time with a Zorlac, Duffel’s Pirate Ship bed, Bob Burnquist getting him on REAL, the heartbreak of losing the Chargers, Drehobl crashing a wedding, Blink 182 burritos, a first impression from Ernie Torres and much more…

Ep. 85: Pancho & McKenney

When life gives you lemons, we give you Pancho and McKenney. These two reunite on the pod and it’s nothing but good times and laughs with a new intermission segment starring Tim and Eric J.

Ep. 84: Diego Bucchieri

Diego is family—straight up! So good catching up with him in Spain via Zoom and talking about: early days in Argentina, coming to United States for first time, meeting Fausto and Jake, being on the fatal trip that Phil Shao died on, turning pro for Think, moving to LA and riding for Toy Machine, living with Jaya and much more…

Ep. 83: Brian Brannon (J.F.A.)

Triple OG skate rock veteran and  Thrasher Magazine’s music editor through the 90’s, Brian Brannon sits in for a two-hour special interview talking: skating pipes and pools, Jodie Foster’s Army, The Bobobba special, The Billy Pepper beat-down, the first wall grind rule in a pool vs the fs roll-in at the Widow Maker, working at the mag, touring with J.F.A., and much more.

Ep. 82: Andy Granelli (The Distillers)

Born in the same hospital and lived on the same street as me; our lives collide with an ‘outbreak’ of stories involving: punk rock, skateboarding, the Peninsula, Model Americans, Nerve Agents, playing the SOTY Party, joining the Distillers and hitting them drums. Thanks Andy, glad we finally got her done!

Ep. 81: Youtube Premiere w/ McKenney

After getting lots of requests, we have decided to try our luck in the video world. We now are offering both audio only and Youtube video versions of the podcast—Let me know your thoughts…


Ep. 80: Mike Manzoori

Everything from growin’ up in England, skating for ATM after the Gonz, meeting Jaya, Toad, Senn and the Adrenaline boys, filming Heath at Bobs, BMX insanity, Dinosaur Jr and Pixies videos, dinner with Tom Petty and Tony Hawk at George Harrissons castle and much more.


Ep. 79: Tobin Yelland

Tobin Yelland and I discuss  Julien’s first front board on a handrail, Mike Alcantar,  San Francisco treats, early Anti Hero days, working at Concrete Jungle with the Phelper and much more…


Ep. 78: Ray Simmonds

I asked Rob Welsh who his top 3 requests to be on the show would be and without too much hesitation he said, “Rrrrrrrrrray Simmonds!!!!” Here you go Rob, I think everyone will love hearing Rays stories but especially us that grew up in the H-Street era living in Nor-Cal.


Ep. 77: Jaime Reyes

From early days of Oahu to getting the cover of Thrasher Magazine; Jaime Reyes is nothing less than legendary status-her cover is in the Smithsonian!  Huge inspiration with tales of  Hawaii, SF, and NYC and we even have a First Impressions cameo this week… Do yourself a favor and listen up y’all!


Ep. 76: Chuck Treece

After trying to make it happen for a few months, it has finally arrived. Episode 76 with legendary CHUCK TREECE! Listen as we discuss: being the first black man on the cover of Thrasher  Magazine, Savannah Slamma, Stacy Peralta, skating with Tom Groholski, McRad and providing the soundtrack for epic skate videos, HR and Bad Brains, Skate Rock and much more. Dude’s such a legend, and as Ron Allen so appropriately said “Put Chuck in the Hall of Fame already!!!”


Ep. 75: Chris "Dune" Pastras

Chris and I start the show off with a serious talk about racism and the brutal murder of George Floyd, what’s been going on, and the changes we want to have happen. It’s followed by more of our traditional style interview where we discuss Dune’s history in skateboarding, growing up in Jersey, Shut Skateboards, living in SF, starting the iconic brand Stereo Skateboards with Jason Lee, and much much more. There’s lots to absorb in this one and I hope you all tune in.

Ep. 74: Laban Pheidias

Laban and I discuss juggling, spending some time growing up in Maine, turning pro for Blockhead Skateboards, the Big Brother cover shoot, Fuel TV, Barn Dog and Damian, music videos with Bieber and Shecks and a lot more…

Ep. 73: Evan Husney(Dark Side Of The Ring)

Executive Producer and co-creator of the incredible doc series, “Dark Side of the Ring” discusses his work at Viceland, working with legendary wrestlers on the show, and dealing with car robbers and threats from former wrestlers along with covering some of the stories like  Owen Hart’s accidental fall to death during a pay-per-view in which the event continued after Owen was carted out of the arena. I know it’s not skateboarding, but  this stuff is insane to me and I am truly intrigued and loved every minute of these docs. It was an honor to have Evan on the show.

Ep. 72: David Gravette

Dave and I get together via Zoom and discuss quitting Kronik the same day they turned him pro, riding for Creature, King of the Road, getting married,  getting his car stolen multiple times and much more…

Ep. 71: Mother's Day Special

Special 3 hour tribute to the rad moms out there. Interviews with Jessica Starkweather, Dawn Breese, Eva Armanto, Karen Jonz, Shelly Caples, and Lisa Pabich.  There’s sound bites from past interviews, and a cameo from Schmitty’s mom along with a motherly playlist of tunes. Throw some coals on the Q and help pay respect to las madres. As Tupac said, they are appreciated!

Ep. 70: Jason Jessee

Growing up with the Fletchers,  learning backside airs from Steadham, turning pro the same day Baca was born, playing music with Blender, filming a movie with Jackie Chan, surfing the North Shore with Jay Adams, pantsing fools, and much more. Episode Seven-Oh FUCK YEAH!!!  Not intended for weak sucks…

Ep. 69: Andy Roy

Episode 69 opened up and Andy Roy slid in…Andy and I talk growing up in the 209, moving to Santa Cruz and turning pro for Sims, joining Anti-Hero, meeting Phelper and much much more. WARNING: This may not be intended for you parents ears…

Ep. 68: Atiba Jefferson

From getting kicked out of High Speed while working at TWS to working for Thrasher and getting dem covers; Atiba and I discuss growing up in Colorado to the present day shooting skating and the NBA, playing in a band, and then some. This one is a stoke!

Ep. 67: Mimi Knoop

The amazing Mimi Knoop talks Hoopla, winning the Combi contest, starting the Women’s Skateboard Alliance, boycotting the 2005 X Games, living in Cuba vs Cincinatti, the upcoming olympics and more…

Ep. 66: Tunes w/McKenney pt. 2(Covid19)

Tunes with McKenney again? Yes, but this time there’s more madness as we discuss staying in doors, washing hands and all other things to prepare ourselves against Covid19. Also a special appearance from our lovely Exec. Director, Sharal Camisa. Come rain, sleet, snow or mini apocalypse—the show must go on!

Ep. 65: Una Farrar

Una, Dos, Tres… Nope!   Una Farrar? YUP! Listen as we talk filming for the upcoming Vans video, getting broke off and coming back in time for hammers, the art of finger boarding, fake tampons at Wheels of Fortune and much more…

Ep. 64: Dandy Harris

Dandy Harris (co-owner of 510 skateshop) discusses growing up in Nor Cal, opening a skate shop with her husband, the Travis Scott Dunks rage, Fugazi at Dolores Park, donating to Treasure Island’s DIY and more.

Ep. 63: Giulietta Carrelli

Toast, coffee, waves-what better way to start your day. Giulietta, owner of Trouble Coffee sits in and tells some of her epic adventures from Early days in Cleveland up to present in the outer sunset SF,CA…

Ep. 62: Alex White

Alex White talks Going Nowhere Faster, skating with Peter Gunn and Zarosh, her Top 10 female and non binary Thrasher article, working real estate, Vent City, memes, becoming brand manager for Krux, and much more…

Ep. 61:Tony Tieu

T2 sits down at his home a few blocks from Steph Curry’s and talks early SF days at EMB, FTC, going to school with Jovantae, Shortys, Santa Barbara skating with George Nagai, House of Skatin’, living with Ty Evans, shooting photos and much more…

Ep. 60: Joe Fong

Born and raised in the SFC, Joe Fong talks Bombora, the Belmont Drop, Joe Lopes Ramp, hangin’ with Fausto and Eric, test riding the first indy trucks, Jungle Bowl and much more on today’s special 60th episode. Lots of history on this one, so I hope you enjoy it; and thanks Joe for taking the time to share some of your memories.

Ep. 59: Tunes With McKenney

When Tim and I get together it’s always full of laughter and love, add an Eric J cameo and a phone call to Jason Jessee surrounded by tunes and you’re in for two hours of pure bliss…

Ep. 58: Axel Cruysberghs

Turning pro for Toy Machine, being on the first King of the Road covered by Vice, dating Lizzie Armanto, modeling for Vogue, Tesla life, Vans Euro and much more on today’s episode with the good homie from Belgium, Mr. Axel Cruysberghs.

Ep. 57: Michael Sieben

Roger Skate Co, the Internet Shack, getting the call from the Burndog and much more on today’s episode with Michael Sieben of Austin Texas.

Ep. 56: Tony Trujillo

Who better to dedicate episode 56 to the old man than Tony T? Growing up in Santa Rosa, winning Marseille, Travelling with AntiHero, winning SOTY, Bad Shit and more-stoked on this one. Thanks T!

Ep. 55: Fabiana Delfino

I sat down with Fabiana at her hotel in SF early morning style and talked about Am Scramble, turning pro at Bust or Bail, the Olympics, a female SOTY and more.

Ep. 54: Ronnie Sandoval

This week I catch up with 2019 Skater of the Year heavy contender, Mr. Ronnie Sandoval. We discuss early days gettin’ flowed by Almost, getting on Krooked, meeting the Gonz and Jason Jessee, San Pedro skatepark and of course, Robbie Russo.

Ep. 53: 2019 Year In Review

I called up my old pal, Tim McKenney and we shot the shit, talking about the ones and giving out some awards. It was one hell of a rollercoaster ride, but we got through yet another year. Big love to all you that support and listen. Happy new years everyone, stay safe out there!

Ep. 52: Silas Baxter Neal

Talkin’ Schmit gets their first SOTY on the show this week in SBN from the great Northwest. We discuss that epic SOTY party with Too Short, getting the call from Phelper, skating for Adidas and much more…

Ep. 51: Satva Leung

From plush heated editing suite to the cold attic in Burlingame, Satva tells how editing Thrasher video #8 RAW gave him hives. Also hear about Welcome To Hell, Judah, skating for Maple, adventures in DJ land and much more.

Ep. 50: Schmitty

The host sits down for episode 50 on his 50th birthday with loads of texts and phone calls from the likes of Elissa Steamer, Jason Jessee, Toad, the fro’s, Oskar and Felix and a lot more. Prepare to listen to this one on a long drive or in segments, it’s got a total run time of 2:31 but we hope you enjoy it.  Special thanks to Sharal for directing this one in an executive way and all her support. Cheers!

Ep. 49: Pete "The Ox" Colpitts

Over two hours of Peninsula pride wrapped up into an array of topics varying from the early days at Spillway to the later days at Gazebo banks. Tampa Pro qualifier? Yup! Thanks so much for spending the time Pete, Im pretty sure everyone else thanks you too. Cheers!

Ep. 48: Mike "Arco" Archimedes

Triple OG born and raised in the SFC, I was honored to get some time to talk Sick Boys, discovering China Banks, meeting Phelper, Day On the Green and beyond with the legendary Mike Archimedes. Concrete Jungle is forever—Thanks Arco!

Ep. 47: Chris Haslam

This ain’t no milk and cookies kids, it’s the bearded Canadian Chris Haslam talkin’ some early days in Singapore, getting sponsored, skating with Daewon and Rodney, filming Cheese and Crackers, WWE wrestling and much much more.

Ep. 46: Justin Strubing

Born in Burlingame, raised in Boulder Creek; Justin Strubing talks getting sponsored, having video part of the year, his family opening a skate shop, being in his home on fire, the infamous zine Splasher and much more.

Ep. 45: Darren Navarrette

Day after Rumble in Ramona 9, I stopped by the aftermath of the vertical gathering and talked my old friend Navarrette into doing a podcast. A few bloody marys, DJ Cranny, a Skipper cameo, and batting practice all went down as Dave Reul crooned away. This is for the ones, the ones, the ones that do!

Ep. 44: Pancho Moler

He went to High School with Tim O’Connor, slept on Tim McKenney’s floor, lived in a garage in the Mission with the Butcher, took ecstacy with Duffy in Germany, dabble in the porn industry and played Sick Head in Rob Zombie’s “31”. That and so much more and through it all my long time friend Pancho Moler has always ‘walked tall’. Big love Panchy, thanks so much for meeting up!

Ep. 43: Bryce Kanights

When you turn on the podcast early in the morning and listen to an OG talk about photography and stunt wood riding, it can only mean one thing. That’s right mother fuckers—this man needs no introduction. Its the mighty BK—enjoy it, I know I did…


Who would have thought growing up in one of the most miserable cities in the US, that Nasty Neckface would one day be a house hold name in the world of graffiti, travel the world with the big dogs, and have his own Thrasher cover?

Ep. 41: Shane Medanich

Whether it be the road, the riff, the crew or the skate; you can guarantee one thing. Shane in Blood will bring the passion. From early days in Downstate New York to playing with Hightower and Slashers in the current day Shane ain’t afraid to talk shit on Riki Rachtman nor show his love for modern Metallica. Making up for lost time is what we do best—Thanks Shane!

Ep. 40: Dennis Busenitz

Born in a small town in Kansas and raised in Germany, known for going fast and flipping his board, Dennis also flipped a car with Phelper. Listen to us laugh, almost cry and say the word ‘whatever’. This is as “legit” as it comes. It’s episode 40! Thanks Dennis.

Ep. 39: Trixie Trujillo

From Tallahassee to San Diego all the way up to the SF craze. Paramedic? Yup. Played China before the Rolling Stones? No doubt. Took stitches out of Figgy’s head? Did it. Mega Skate Rock miles, travelling with the best and married to 2002 Skater of the Year, Tony Trujillo. She puts the bad-ass into Bad Shit. This one’s for the books, thanks Trix!

Ep. 38: Karl Watson

Legendary Bay Area native Karl Watson sits in and talks early Think days, EMB, Max Allure, publishing his first book and a whole lot more…

Ep. 37: Jordan Richter

No FF button needed, Jordan Richter is the truth! From being in the best skateboarding video of all time, living with Danny Way, taking hallucinogens, finding Islam and more—this one’s a must listen.

Ep. 36: Matt Pailes

If you look back in time he’s the reason I found chin again… The second I went to the B and saw Matt Rodriguez and skated with Pailes it was on.  I love you Pailes. —Tim McKenney

Ep. 35: Jeremy Fish

Jeremy Fish: Mayor of North Beach, leader of the infamous Silly Pink Bunnies, and wearer of all brown talks Schmit about his 25 years in his beloved City of San Francisco, skateboarding, and art.  His contributions to to all three are immeasurable and it’s a pleasure to hear the stories, trials and tribulations that have helped shape his time here in the place he calls home. —Fred Levy 

Ep. 34: Noelle Fiore

Noelle is a good friend of mine who has an enormous amount of love for dogs and works as a volunteer at Sacramento Shelter Pets Alive. She has been playing music for many years and recently started her own band, Noelle and the Deserters.

Ep. 33: Elias Bingham

Elias and I sat in the air conditioned rental car and talked about getting jumped on two-four, living in a skate house on Van Ness, running a valet service in SF, moving to Austin,TX and opening a skateshop, his great grandfather discovering Machu Picchu and a lot more.

Ep. 32: Austin Amelio

Down in Austin,TX with Austin Amelio talkin’ The Walking Dead, Fear The Walking Dead, but always first… Skateboarding!   No matter if you’re Alive Rolling or Walking Dead, you best FEAR THE TALKIN’ SCHMIT! (had to, sorry)

Ep. 31: Mike Crum & Ribs-man

Schmitty does Dallas with a short stop at the 4DWN skatepark and a quick convo with Mike Crum  and a special guest appearance from the masked skeleton skater, Ribs-Man.

Ep. 30: Eric J.

Eric J gets goat roped into a full conversation about early Think days, living on a boat at Pier 39, skating with the Hell Ride crew, hide-a-dook down a previous guests chimney, Wheatberry stories and a lot more. Special co-host appearance by Tim McKenney

Ep. 29: Ron Allen

Ron talks: H Street, Life, Sean Sheffey, FUN, American Dream inc, and so much more…  It’s Ron Allen kids, so listen up and you’ll definitely learn something.

Ep. 28: Mike Crabtree

Listen as we catch up and talk about all the bands he’s played in(including one with me), the Tilt Mode Army, the BMC, Tim Brauch, going to school with Gershon, living in the Pink House and of course… Dirty and the Donuts. It’s episode 28—tune in, won’t you?

Ep. 27: Keith Cochrane

In 1984, I saw Keith doing an invert for a Venture ad at my local pool in San Carlos, I later worked as a filmer for him at Think Skateboards, today we catch up and talk Phil Shao, McKenney, Chris Cook, Venture trucks, Fausto and more…

Ep. 26: Fatty

Gear up for some epic tales of growing up in the E, Crocker Amazon park, Phelper stories, and more. Truly one of a kind and family for life. Gotta love Fatty!

Ep. 25: Jake Palladino

Hightower, Pins of Light, Your Leader, and now Psychic Hit—Jake plugs in and adds electricity to any stage of life.

Ep. 24: Aaron "Jaws" Homoki

Skate Rock, mouth harps, Phelper, the huge stair set in France, Lizzie, Tony Hawk and more. Love you Jaws!

Ep. 23: Team Pierre

From eating crabs to the early days of EMB, the SF punk scene at the Mab, and skating from SF to Santa Cruz—Team Pierre has seen it all.

Ep. 22: Kristian Svitak

Out in Cleveland, Ohio; I got a tour of some of Kristian’s old skate spots and talked Black Label, Mike V, Team Insanity, Brad Staba, 1031 and much more…

Ep. 21: Andy Kuno

SAN FRANCISCO - OCTOBER 31:  Team photographer Andy Kuno of the San Francisco Giants works on Market Street during the World Series parade on October 31, 2012 in San Francisco, California. (Photo by Brad Mangin)
SF Giants photographer for 24 years… Throw him into slot 21— his birthday’s the 21st. Andy Kuno discusses baseball, photography, the city of SF and much more…

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Ep. 20: Omar Hassan

Episode 20 has the legendary Omar Hassan talkin’ Blockhead to Black Label and everything in between…

Ep. 19: Donny Miller

Donny Miller
Donny Miller sits in and talks about his new Bricks brand endeavor with Jason Jessee and more…

Ep. 18: Sean Gutierrez

SF Native Sean Gutierrez has been on every Skate Rock trip but two and has epic stories about Phelper, P-Stone, Cancer Dan and more…

Ep. 17: Lizzie Armanto

Listen in as we talk the making of her Thrasher part, traveling with Tony Hawk, being the only girl to do the loop, the Olympics and much more…

Ep. 16: Zarosh Eggleston

Zarosh and I discuss the Cachagua Dirtboard Race, his relation to Freddy Mercury,  Ghandi, living under the bridge at Washington Street, how meditation led to him being in a David Lynch film and more…

Ep. 15: Lee Charron

From Concussion Magazine to Creature Skateboards and in between, the acid trips, the making of the OJ Show—Creature Lee covers it all and we even get a very special phone call from Mexico…

Ep. 14: Jen O'Brien & Carabeth Burnside

Jen and CB talkin’ early skate days in Florida, Duane Peters,  the progression of girls skateboarding, High Times and Thrasher covers, and a whole lot more…

Ep. 13: Chet Childress

Met up with Chet over some java and caught up on what has gone down over the last 20 years from Cacka to Portland to SJ to Colorado to Europe-Chets been everywhere, man…

Ep. 12: Eric Shea

Hot Lunch’s front-man, Eric Shea discusses growing up in SJ, living in Tahoe during the Mile High vert contest, playing music and living with Mike Prosenko, being in the Dogtown movie, and much much more…

Ep. 11: Nicole Hause

2018 Vans Girls Combi Classic winner talks favorite foods, thoughts on the olympics, living with Carabeth and her 9 cats and more…

Ep. 10: Toad

Antonius Stavous Dintcho and I discuss early skateboard memories, the term Schmittying,  Blood Wizard skateboards, the Chili Bowl and a whole lot more. We even take phone calls from Elissa Steamer and John Cardiel!

Ep. 9: Big Hongry

Our Life, the East Bay rap scene, kickin’ it with Omar Hassan, photographing ladies, playing the SOTY party—Hongry tells it all…

Ep. 8: Jessica Krausse

Jessica Krause talks about her early Think days, getting catfished by a skatepark, time in Thailand and her struggle with epilepsy…

Ep. 7: Ryan "Peabody" McWhirter

The Bod talks Indiana to SF, Anti-Hero, the Big Dog and much much more…

Ep. 6: Tim McKenney

Been more then 10 years since I’ve seen this dude. SHOUT OUT Timothy Donald McKenney!

Ep. 5: Rob Collinson

Rob talks internet trolls, growing up in Maine, movin’ to SF, Lowcard and more…

Ep. 4: Cory Obenour

Cory talks growing up in SJ, starting a restaurant and naming it Blue Plate, Toads gnarly brother and more…

Ep. 3: Evan Becker

Becker stops by to give his blessing on the podcast and not for nothing talk Trife…

Ep. 2: Tony Farmer

Ol’ Farmer sits down and talks about his love of Moz, skating pools, the great rock n roll band debate, Cameron Diaz and much much more…

Ep. 1: Alex "Cranny" Horn

So as it turns out, I have a podcast. I am going to try and get one out every Tuesday. Who better to start off  with than my bro, Mr. Alex Scott Horn.