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Here's a megamix of recent-ish footage of Coventry local Pip aka Phillip Sangster courtesy of Ade Cottrell at The Terrible Company to accompany his interview in Hangup Zine 11.
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In this issue; An Alex Ramsell-conducted interview with Kidderminster's Cam Edwards,
Newport skatepark through the eyes of Tom Bailey featuring Sam Pulley, Daniel Hill and Ben Morris,
A gallery section featuring John Howlett, Jake Bell, Kurt Harvey, Ally Watson, Alfie Carleton, Seth Kirk, Rick Miller and Alex Sitaras,
An interview with Coventry local Phillip Sangster aka Pip by Ade Cottrell,
Rebecca Leccacorvi's 45 Days article, documenting her self-inflicted challenge of skateboarding every day,
Cover: Rob Jones at Spotter DIY shot by Craig Dodds.
Hangup Zine Issue 10 out now - Pick one up through our store below!
In this issue;
Our second article on this year's UK Champs, this time from the perspective of watching from home featuring photos from Garry Jones and Lewis Royden,
A dedicated Barcelona gallery from Craig Dodds featuring Rob Jones, Craig Scott, Will Bacon, Seth Kirk, Chris Campbell, Davis Emory and Joey Boyce,
An extended gallery section featuring Edwin John, Adam Keys, Rianne Evans, Will Rayner, James Grindley, Rich De Courcy and Theo Buczynsky,
and a Delside write up from Alex Diss shot by Rob Galpin.
Contributors for this issue are James Griffiths, Garry Jones, Lewis Royden, Craig Dodds, Colin Chadwick, Chris Dale, Ashley Fletcher, Alex Diss and Rob Galpin.
On the cover is Dean Greensmith Indying on the Oldbury-on-Severn ramp shot by James Griffiths.
Hangup Zine Issue 9 features;
Deerman of Dark Woods in the UK by Forde Brookfield,
Sam Young on his 100+ skateparks challenge,
A massive gallery featuring Eddie Belvedere, Harry While, Jake Sparham, Phillip Halton, Sam Pulley, Andrew Helminiak, Richi Larios, Roberto Flores, Tom Smith and Mani Haddon.
and an exhibition focus on Tom Quigley's upcoming Weekends & Everything in Between exhibition in Nottingham.
Contributors are Forde Brookfield, Sam Young, Danny Parker, James Carroll, Tom Bailey, Joe Herron, Chris Campbell, Johnny Haynes and Tom Quigley.
On the cover is Seaghan Crawley with a Smith transfer at Exhibition Skatepark in Newcastle, shot by Johnny Haynes.
Ben Morris' new part and interview are live now - Links below! Part filmed by Alan Harris, hosted by Forecast. Interview by Sox and Brendan Watson.
The footage of this Backside Air is in there, and it's insane (as is a load of the rest of the part!) - See below for Alan's story behind the shot.
I had this photo in mind from the beginning because I know for Ben, the bigger the ramp the more he can fly out the top. I’ve witnessed some pretty petrifying ones from Ben, including managing to hit his front and back wheels on the way whilst flying a few feet out, but that’s what makes him such a pleasure to watch and will have you not believing what he just got away with.
Hangup Zine 8 out now! Pick one up through the link below!
In this issue:
A Skegness trip to Newquay featuring Ryan Hurt, Norton Cooke and Morgan Nixon shot by Andy Rayner,
An ode to the excellent Varial Magazine,
An interview with Lovenskate mastermind Stu Smith and lensman Jackson Davis, as well as a review of the new Lovenskate video, Don't Worry Gordo, The Universe Will Get Us There, conducted by Dave Morgan,
And Basque Country for Old Men, a trip to the Basque Country featuring Marc Churchill, Carl Wilson, Mark Munson and French, shot by Jerome Loughran.
This is a special trip issue, covering the Shred the North crew's recent trip to Sheffield / Derby / Nottingham.
Full colour, 36 pages, 120gsm.
Words and edit (see below) by Shred the North boss Dave Apomah, photos by Johnny Haynes (and a few from Dave).
Seaghan Crawley bags the cover with this Nosepick at Devonshire Green, Sheffield.
Dudes on the trip with many being featured in the zine via words or photos were; Ronny Calow, Alfie Wright, Ben Cook, Connor Stokes, Darren Pearcy, Jordan Brown, Josh Blasutto, Pat Sanderson, Jamie Strevens, Jimmy Hart, Mike Bennett, Mikey Stokes, Paul Spurs and Jake Mitchell.
Online now is the gallery section from Hangup Zine 4. Have a click through for plenty of radness from Alex Hallford, Ian Rees, Alfie Plaxton, Seaghan Crawley, Seamus O'Flaherty, Adam Gaucher and Liam Fitzsimmons.
Photos from Tom Quigley, Craig Maxwell, Rafael Bracke, John Finucane and Fraser Clarke.
Alex Hallford Front Rocks. Photo: Rafael Bracke.
We just published Jono Coote's Why DIY Matters essay, first seen in Hangup Zine 4, read on for more of this -
"The last six months alone have seen Needleside, the Dust Bowl, Notts DIY, Mozzieland and probably more than I’m not aware of bite the dust. This isn’t just down to supermarket wars or opposing councils, of course – it is as much a reaction to the temerity of the DIY build, the implied idea that members of the public can just go in and take something, not just make it their own but open it to public use once again."
Accompanying the article are photos shot by Ashley Fletcher, Rob Salmon and Paul Graham.
Click here to read the full piece.
Ben Rowley Crooks at Daveside, Bristol. Photo: Rob Salmon.
In this issue we have;
An interview with Chris Baillie discussing Ayr, sponsorship and teaching kids to skate,
Fear and Loathing in South Wales; a trip featuring Cam Edwards, Rob Whiston, Cie Denison, John Adams, Henry Fox and more. Shot and written by Alex Ramsell,
18+, interviews with Andy Bega, Tom Brown and Helena Juric on learning to skate post-18,
An interview with the North East's Mani Haddon,
Blood, Sweat and Concrete Dust, an essay by Jono Coote on why DIY Matters,
This issue of the zine is the most international one yet, with contributions from all over the U.K, Canada, Spain, Japan and even South Korea!
Dave Adlington at Spotter on the cover,
Expression and Aggression, by Sam Barnard,
A sizeable photo gallery featuring Seaghan Crawley, Dae Geun Ahn, Furuwatari Yuki, Callum McRobbie, Dan Wisbeach, Moggins, Sam Pulley, Rob Jones, Adam Keys and Adam Paris.
A Manchester scene check from Dave Morgan featuring Zach Riley, Keanu Robson and more,
An interview with Kernow ex-pat Rob Jones,
South Korea by John Finucane and Ikbal Namani,
A look at the Toronto girl scene from Aimee Robinson,
An interview with Devon ripper Matt Beer,
and finally an interview with Tom Seaton, owner of Camp Hillcrest.
Contributors for this issue are; Craig Dodds, Matt Clarke, Danny Parker, Tom Quigley, Masahiro Yoshimoto, Sam Barnard, John Finucane, Ikbal Namani, Aimee Robinson, Stella Grob, Dave Morgan, Martyn Tambling, Tom Seaton, Jas Brett and Johnny Haynes.
Issue two of Hangup Zine is available now! This issue features;
- An interview with Jack Kenward, one of the dudes behind the Outback DIY at Empire Skatepark,
- An interview with artist Jack Hamilton,
- Photo galleries from Sam Hutchinson and Tom Bailey,
- Aaron Wilmot and Saul Crumlish interviewing each other,
- A gallery featuring Philippe da Rosa, Sherburt Dipdab, Joe Howard, Blinky, Andrew Dellas and Jordan Thackeray!
Contributors are Monkeyglove Matt, Craig Dodds, Paul Graham, Paul Jackson, Jack Hamilton, Sam Hutchinson, Tom Bailey and Russ Hall.
Alfie Carleton on the cover with a frontside pull in off a makeshift extension at Bridges skatepark, Belfast shot by Craig Dodds!
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Our first zine is out now! It's free, just need to send a pound for postage costs! Message me by email (hanguponline at gmail.com, or facebook/instagram = hanguponline) for payment details. If any shops want any message me too, we'll sort something out!First issue has interviews with Jake Sparham, Zach Riley and Joe Howard, Kobwebs DIY and Empire Skatepark (with Mark Munson and Elliot Simmons photos) profiles, and a gallery section featuring Denis Lynn, Blinky, Jonny McConkey, Nic Hanson, Egon Reynolds, Jon Mullis, and Tom Zealand.Contributing words/photos are; Danny Parker, Monkeyglove Matt, Dave Morgan, Craig Dodds, Paul Graham, Tom Quigley, Sam Roberts, Reece Leung, Danny Hutchinson, Paul Jackson and Josh Rose.Joe Howard on the cover, Madonna Block at the Gateshead quarters.