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.