This interview was first published in a zine called Red Steps. It was conducted via trans-Atlantic e-mail back in October, 2015. Some things might have changed since then, but whilst I’m not sure if Steven still delivers cleaning products for a living, I’m pretty certain he’s still a snappy dresser who understands the key elements of freestyle.
Photos by Brenden Sullivan, Michael Rausch, Steven Hamilton, Debbie Hamilton, Scott Marceau and Ted Van Orman.
The long forgotten art of the skit is alive and well in Croatia.. here’s the new trailer for LL Leopold’s Huscija 21. Forecasts suggest copies of the full video should be landing on British tarmac in the next few weeks.
In unrelated news, that Jibtape video is available to view via high speed internet connection. Guest cameo from Tommy Gunn’s sports socks.
New trailer for the new Word video.
Looks like Leo has got a new phone. And there’s a new series of Car Share on iPlayer…
Seeing as some copies of that Antidote video have just landed up, now seemed like a timely time for a civilised chat with the tattooed mind of main-man James Cox.
Read on to hear Coxy’s thoughts on videos, riding in the 90s and the endless quest for lucid dreams.
Photos by Benson, Wozzy and perhaps some other people.
A quick chat with The Rat. Photos by Clarky.
What sweatpants will Leo wear? Has Newrick pumped his tyres up? Does Shanky need new ankles? After years of speculation and Instagram-based teasery, life’s big questions have finally been answered, as all 16 minutes of the Antidote Video have finally been professionally exported and uploaded to Vimeo.
Watch it below… or better yet, why not wait a week or two and buy it in outdated disk form from thecentrallibrary.com? After four years, surely you can wait another week…
Even in today’s world of instant information, mysteries still exist. Did Brendan Watson go to school? Why was Lou Rajsich wearing a cape? And, perhaps most intriguingly, who is Andrew Mick?
No magazine coverage and only a few minutes of video footage — yet a thousand handrails across America still bear the marks of his advanced-level peggery.
With little information on this enigmatic figure, the Central Library set out to find out more…
Hangover tooth photo taken outside the Baltimore Orioles baseball stadium by Bryan Vana. 2017.
Although ‘media trend analysts’ may tell you differently, the soothing sound of DVD duplicators still echoes loudly in industrial estates and back-bedrooms around the globe — and as multinationals and conglomerates turn to flash-in-the-pan viral videos to appease potential investors, 2017 is looking to be yet another banner year for underground movements captured on humble Digital Versatile Disc.
Hot on the well-worn heels of last year’s Huscija 20, Croatia’s Lord Leopold has once again submersed himself in the editing suite to bring you another harsh circular slab of East European nightlife — aptly titled Huscija 21.
When pressed for a comment, here’s what the Don Dada had to say on the matter…
“The next video will be made in the usual Huscija style. The biggest difference is there won’t be full circle fisheye and that’s the thing I’m the most happy about haha. People will finally get to enjoy the picture as they should.
We will have been filming for it for 12 months as we always do… it always takes a year for a new DVD ever since we got the VX. There will be some English footage with an all London part. And of course pony bikes are included since I rode them for months now… I broke my pony so I have to fix it now… the cranks cracked hahaha.
For the premiere we’re making a street jam on that day, then the premiere in the evening and the old school hip hop afterparty at night… hopefully it all goes good — I’ll give it a little speech.”
Check the trailer/teaser/promo below…
Photo by Kromo.