Samarria Brevard kicks off 2022 with a Kilty McBagpipe too sick to go anywhere but the cover of the Bible. Dig into the issue and we’ve got Blubba serial attacker Mark Suciu puttin’ his quick feet to the test for the Contents spread. After that, we’re takin’ a trip to the shop with Sieben, showin’ you how to stay kook free with your grip game. Then we get one of the most heartfelt pieces we’ve seen in a minute with Brianna Delaney who opens up about being a transgender skater, inspired by Arin, Leo Cher, Marbie and more. Skateboarding just keeps getting better.
Next we meet up with DC and The Mafia’s Masaki Hongo as he fucks up SD on the Lunatic Fringe tip. Students of comedy rejoice, we got the always-hilarious WKNDer Grant Yansura on record for People I’ve Known. His stories of double dating with Heath, suiting up with Matt Field and striking out Guy Mariano are pure gold. Then we ride through the Rust Belt with Manderson, Cromer and Cernicky for a Cons X Krooked collab trip. Continuing the crust quest, the Carhartt WIP squad keeps it OG and tears through their home in the EU with Eetu, Jacopo, Tognelli and more for its first vid in over a decade. The illustrious Kevin “Spanky" Long knocks it out of the park with 5 Greats.
Wanna know how to get on Baker? Read up! Heavy Heads lineup this month—madman Martino Cattaneo, Palace’s Heitor Da Silva and Illinois boy Nick Mathews. These three alone are worth the cover price.
Keep digging ‘cause we got a Photo Feature you won’t wanna miss with (more) Suciu, TVV, Dilo and some double pagers that’ll look good on your wall with a little scotch tape. For our final interview of the issue we get the former Scrambler and current Toy Machine pro Myles Willard on the line to discuss moving from Maryland to Long Beach, skating with his girlfriend and a teary-eyed board surprise. It’s Spotify wrap-up season, so of course we got some list-worthy Zounds to keep you stoked with Tom Delonge, Big Daddy Kane, Moon Hooch and skateable songs from Devendra Banhart and Noah Georgeson.
As always, you’re a kook if you miss a mag, but that goes double for this one. Hit up your shop now!
Who gets two covers in one year? The 2018 SOTY Tyshawn Jones, that’s who! This straight nollie heel over a bump to bar let’s you know right away that the April 2019 issue is gonna be nuts. Massive Skater of the Year Miami/Puerto Rico trip article inside—featuring the whole crew (girlfriends included). In other SOTY-related biz, we talk to Chris Cole about the year(s) he got it and Jamie Foy passes the Rusty torch to TJ. Travel-wise, the Atlantic Drifters slide themselves into Athens for some classic shredding. Need some coping crushed? You’re in luck—Chris “The Muscle" Russell gets the Thrasher interview treatment. Strong, very strong. Art aficionados will appreciate Gonz’ new Abnormal Communication column, history buffs and graphics connoisseurs can dig into Salman Agah’s Classic Graphics and Zounds fans can read Jeff Ament’s interview about the early days of the Seattle skate/music scene and his skatepark construction crusade. This issue also has the Thrasher ABCs (Alva to Zorilla) and two free posters. Call the doctor; this issue is sick.
Thrasher Magazine November 2015
Miles Silvas slices into a psycho switch back Smith on a hefty hubba, welcoming you to the November 2015 issue. More Miles and company madness inside with an LRG 1947 video feature. Brandon Nguyen gets the Lunatic Fringe treatment, Gilbert Crockett graces some pages with his patented brand of street strength. K-Walks and crew take his pro party on the road. Destination, OKC. Greyson Fletcher hits the Pacific Northwest with the homies and Etnies sets sail on a maiden mission for their upcoming full-length vid. Need more? How about Danny Way breaking the highest-air record, Hosoi talking Hammerhead history and an Ice Cube interview? Yeah, that'll do.
John Shanahan makes some street coping sing on the cover of the Nov ’20 issue with a gap to mega Philly bar in Brooklyn. More East Coast carnage inside with Jon’s Thrasher interview conducted by the legendary Josh Kalis. Other skaters in the hot seat this month include freshly-minted Almost pro John Dilo, Dangerous Dane Burman (seen that Hope to Die part yet?!), Chris “Cobra" Cole (who is back on Zero with Dane and the Chief) and an exceptional interview with Leo Baker, Cher Strauberry and Stephen Ostrowski about their new brand, Glue skateboards. Expect good things. On the staycation tip, Girl and Volcom socially distanced themselves from LA by escaping to Simon Bannerot’s stomping grounds in the PNW. We could all be so lucky. Need more?! Raney Beres hems on the Heroes + Heavies who influenced him along the way, Chris “Rhino" Rooney takes us down memory lane with a gallery of his best photos to date, Julian Lewis lands on the Lunatic Fringe (and finds a spot in the Foundation van) and Manny Santiago weighs in on Five Great West Coast spots. And while all of the aforementioned content is reason enough to buy this issue, Ray Barbee’s first Krooked ad is in this one so you’re definitely gonna wanna snag a copy, cut that out and thumbtack it to your bedroom wall. Fall is here but this issue is hot as hell.
The covers—front and back—should clue you in, but the September 2020 issue is chock full of LEGENDS. Up front, Darrell Stanton breaks down his June ’02 Classic Cover—the backside noseblunt down Clipper which is jaw dropping to this day, Gary Rogers pontificates on people he’s known, Clyde Singleton dishes on the chef life and his newfound sobriety, Alphonzo Rawls talks H-Street, art and skate footwear, Sal Barbier reminisces on his first big trip to CA from Louisiana, ‘80s pro Stephanie Person explains why nothing will ever be as hard as being a female skater, Karl Watson discusses Maxallure, his rider-owned biz supporting the next generation and we catch up with Forrest Edwards—and we’re not even halfway through the mag yet. Atiba Jefferson weighs in on the heroes and heavies who made him who he is today and we’ve got feature interviews with Ray Barbee, Kareem Campbell, Stevie Williams, Samarria Brevard, Steve Steadham, Robert Neal, Zion Wright, Marty Grimes, Kader Sylla, Ishod Wair and Nyjah Huston. Atiba sums up this mag with these poignant words: “This issue is a celebration of one of many cultures that have made an amazing impact on skateboarding… This is a story I have always been proud to be a part of, a story that has always been told by Thrasher and that we will continue to tell."
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Miles Silvas slices into a psycho switch back Smith on a hefty hubba, welcoming you to the November 2015 issue.
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