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Hailing from Denver, Ian Walker is an avid filmmaker, the king of the Scumpire, and an overall really nice weirdo. Our conversation goes many places, not stopping shy of guns, gimps, and other family-friendly topics. Danny Malm and Taylor Kobryn add to the catastrophe that is this episode.

While none of our episodes to date have been appropriate to do so, this episode—in particular—shouldn’t be played out loud at work or around children. Unless, of course, you work from home and your kid is cool.

 The song at the break is Violent Shiver, by Benjamin Booker.

Huge thanks to our supporters on Patreon: Trudy, Dustin, Edward, Jose, Nate, Steve, Alexander, Zach, Basti, Jon, Levi, Sean, Brad, Ivan, Randy, Jeff, and new Brad.

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Direct download: IanWalker_mixdown.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 7:34pm PDT
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Boschi Pope is a New York City skate legend. In August, he hosted the Boschi Pope Skate Off at the Hamilton Bridge Skate Park next to the Harlem River. It was a month after his release from an eight-year prison sentence. 

Huge thanks to our supporters on Patreon: Trudy, Dustin, Edward, Jose, Nate, Steve, Alexander, Zach, Basti, Jon, Levi, Sean, Brad, Ivan, Randy, Jeff, and now Brad Anthony.

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Direct download: BoschiPope_mixdown.mp3
Category:Blader Digest -- posted at: 11:37am PDT
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Chad and Brad Anthony hail from Kentucky, but this last year, they were everywhere. From the A-Town Stomp and the Blading Cup to Schmidty’s Ramp and Camp to the Windy City Riot, the Southern Scrum boys put some miles on their Winnebago during their “Born Free Tour.”

Huge thanks to our supporters on Patreon: Trudy, Dustin, Edward, Jose, Nate, Steve, Alexander, Zach, Basti, Jon, Levi, Sean, Brad, Ivan, Randy, and Jeff.

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Direct download: ChadandBrad_mixdown.mp3
Category:Blader Digest -- posted at: 9:34pm PDT
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Matt Murphy and I were heading to skate and BBQ in St. Helena, so I hooked up the audio gear in my truck and we recorded on our way north.

Along the way, we inevitably talk about politics, comedy, what skating means now versus when we were kids, and so on.

Huge thanks to our supporters on Patreon: Trudy, Dustin, Edward, Jose, Nate, Steve, Alexander, Zach, Basti, Jon, Levi, Sean, Brad, Ivan, Randy, and Jeff.

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Direct download: MattMurphy_mixdown.mp3
Category:Blader Digest -- posted at: 12:00pm PDT
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Shredpool is, well, a Ryan Reynolds joke gone too far but handled so well. Shred and Deadpool both stab people for a living and love showing the kids at the skatepark how it’s really done.

On this episode, we talk over Skype about his stockpile in the League of Xsjados, having the same dog, and, of course, the genesis and existence of @project_shredpool on Instagram.

Huge thanks to our supporters on Patreon: Trudy, Dustin, Edward, Jose, Nate, Steve, Alexander, Zach, Basti, Jon, Levi, Sean, Brad, Ivan, Randy, and Jeff.

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Direct download: Shredpool_mixdown.mp3
Category:Blader Digest -- posted at: 9:24pm PDT
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#70: Jason Reyna

Jason Reyna was in Oakland for work, so we took the opportunity to talk about being grown-up grommets, what’s in store for the Forecast trade show, how he manages to be everywhere, and other things. This episode was recorded in his room at the Hilton near the Oakland airport.  

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This and every episode of the Rock Town Podcast is made possible thanks to our supporters on Patreon: Trudie, Dustin, Edward, Jose, Nate, Steve, Alexander, Zach, Basti, Jon, Levi, Sean, Brad, Ivan, Randy and Jeff. Interested in becoming a Patreon for as little as $1 a month? Click here.

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Direct download: JasonReyna_mixdown.mp3
Category:Blader Digest -- posted at: 2:12pm PDT
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#69: The Ghost Ship Fire

On Dec. 2, 36 people were killed when a fire broke out during an electronic music show in a warehouse known as the Ghost Ship in Oakland's Fruitvale neighborhood. 

Oakland's arts and music community rallied in the wake of the tragedy, hosting benefits for families who lost loved ones, as well as attempting to protect other live-work spaces in a city with skyrocketing rents. 

Music from this episode was either performed or mixed by Johnny Igaz, a victim of the Ghost Ship fire. You can hear more of his music at https://soundcloud.com/nacktmusic

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Direct download: GhostShipReverb_2.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 9:45am PDT
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#68: Michael Braud and Philip Moore

Philip Moore and Michael Braud are two southern gentlemen who have been skating and filming together over the last few weeks here in the Bay Area. We talk about Making America Blade Again, 2016 as a whole, and racism in fast food chains, and why pizza is not a vegetable.

#MakeAmericaBladeAgain

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Direct download: BraudMoore_mixdown.mp3
Category:Blader Digest -- posted at: 6:08pm PDT
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Kevin Chow has been everywhere forever. 

Kevin is a mainstay in rollerblading, from writing profiles for Daily Bread to being part of FISE in France, this Canadian-born Barcelona resident has had his hands in more rollerblading-related events than, possibly, anyone else. 

This and all episodes of the Rock Town Podcast are made possible thanks to ourour supporters on PatreonTrudy, Dustin, Edward, Jose, Nate, Steve, Alexander, Zach, Basti, Jon, Levi, Sean, Brad, Ivan, and most recently Uncle Jeff.

#RockTownPodcast

Direct download: KevinChow_mixdown.mp3
Category:Blader Digest -- posted at: 5:23pm PDT
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#66: Trump and the Riots

In this episode, host Brian Krans talks to himself about covering the 2016 election, rollerblading through the protests and riots that followed in Oakland, and the ramifications of underestimating the "fly over states."

The music at the second break is "The Last Days of Oakland" by the Fantastic Negrito. (You should buy the full album.)

This podcast is made possible thanks to our friends through Patreon. But since episodes aren't coming out as frequently, don't feel compelled to continue donating to the podcast. 

Direct download: Trump_and_the_Riots.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 12:53pm PDT
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