Online now is our interview with Mani Haddon. Originally published in Hangup Zine 4, Mani and interviewer Phil Steavenson discuss everything from how the Newcastle skate scene has varied over the years, his preferred local DIY spot, learning to skate tranny and his preference for crusty spots.
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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.
Online now is Fear and Loathing in South Wales - West Midlands crew hitting up Cardiff, Newport, Cwmbran and Burry Port. Words and Photos by Alex Ramsell, alongside the "Too Long for Instagram" clip from Rob Whiston.
Featuring Rob Whiston, Henry Fox, John ‘Duck’ Adams, John ’T’ Evans, Cam ‘Mongo’ Edwards, Cie Denison and more...
Cam Edwards Blunts in Burry Port. Photo: Alex Ramsell.
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.
To coincide with the release of Chris’ new Miniramp part, we’ve published our interview with him! Photos and video by Terence Castle.