Genovese is one of those humans that is hard to define. Is he a snowboarding artist? Is he a artistic snowboarder? Businessman? Anti-business man? Check out his interview on Yobeat's Hump Day to get a little better glimpse inside his brain: http://www.yobeat.com/2013/08/28/the-sean-genovese-hump-day/
Jonah Owen stopped by to say whadup at the fair today! He was in town visiting his boo and what better way to share a day of romance than in Palmer at The State Fair.
Today, Jesse and I are going to escape the booth and go on a tacky t-shirt hunt. Stay tuned for that.
Brain Dead Heart Attack is LIVE ON iTUNES NOW!
and here's the link too: itunes.apple.com/us/movie/id687288014
BluRay+ DVD combo packs can be found only in the corest most awesome shops now too! You'll see them on the shelves, they look like vinyl records. Inside is a BluRay and a DVD with an hour of bonus footage that you can't see anywhere else. And it comes with an awesome sticker sheet, the size and shape of a 12" record and has a sticker from every video on it from Thunk to Brain Dead Heart Attack. Watch it today!
Brighton moved Passapolooza into the lodge last night due to rain that will soon be snow. Looks like it was a good time. Duck face selfies all around. Milosport in SLC is the first shop to get their Brain Dead Heart Attack DVD/BluRays! In Palmer, AK we're into day three of quesadillas and provocative tee shirt slogans like "Polite as Fuck" or "My Gun My Right" so on and so forth. Here is a picture of something
Taught Les Burtner how to duck face, he's a natural.
Hammid points out how sweet the video looks or is he pointing out the direction to the weight room?
Day One at the AK State Fair was yesterday. There was rain, Foreigner was playing on the Main Stage. I Want To Know What Love Is. Heard the Tokyo BDHA premiere Thursday night was awesome. For all you SLC dwellers Brighton's Passapolooza is tonight in the parking lot and it's FREE! So grab your lawn chairs and get a good spot, Brain Dead Heart Attack starts at dusk.
We're back at the Alaska State Fair, blasting out blog posts and Salmon Quesadillas, it's a Fairblaster! A little bitter sweet because our boy Brendan Hupp forsook us for more "money" and "hours" and "less fish smell" and "less embarrassment". Whatever bro, we're "down a pan" so get some fish on! It's raining out right now, pretty hard and most of the painting we did today will probably have to be done again tomorrow... Cool Story!!!! Got an Anchorage premiere of Brain Dead Heart Attack going down though. See the poster below. Oh yeah and if you're in Tokyo get out to the premiere that is going down today somewhere out there! Yabai!
Store is up and running and we're taking pre-orders. They'll be shipping August 25th. Shops can order direct now too if you'd like to get the videos shipped to you today. Or you can wait to order with the other titles in September through kidsKNOW or Rider's Pulp.
Pika wrote recaps on all of the past videos in the store if you want an in-depth look at what each video is about.
You know where the best place to see a snowboard video premiere is? In a movie theater! Sandy Cinema was kind enough to make exception and let us premiere our 10th video in their largest theater which still only held 160 people. Luckily we were able to fit 2 showings in the block of time, but still had people standing in the aisles during the second show. It was rad to see all of the friendly faces of people that we've shared so many memories over the years with in the audience. The following is what I'm sure is a totally non-biased recap by Desiree Melancon up now on Snowboardermag.com: (Spoiler alert: don't read it if you don't want to find out who has last part)
The tradition continues with Think Thank giving High Cascade Snowboard Camp the first sneak peak of the new vid. For the 10 Year Anniversary video, we decided to do something a little different and booked the Sandy Cinema! Campers get to see it 9pm, and the rest of the staff and riders in the vid get a 10pm showing. Thanks High Cascade for all of the fun years of shredding, and Sandy Cinema for making the night extra special.