"Ed Templeton doesn’t just put you on Toy Machine. It is a thoughtful, and altogether meaningful move for one’s career when Ed makes that move and supports your placement on the team. Collin Provost is the kind of skater though who — hailing from Ed’s hometown of HB — makes Ed’s job easy. With a throwback, very committed, very authentic approach to skateboarding, Collin reminds one what skateboarding is about. His parts in Stay Gold and more recently in Emerica’s Made have proven that.
We drove up to Collin’s place in Long Beach for a skate, music, and a beer to immerse ourselves in his world. A few lines at North Park and a sunset jam with the boys. As he quickly emerges as one of the raddest skaters in the world."- What Youth Magazine
Posted October 30th, 2014 by Distributor of Propaganda & Brainwashing Material: Tyler C
Back in 2011 some of the Toy Machine team traveled out to Atlanta, Ga and the crew's photos were somehow lost, stolen misplaced or possibly vanished from a hard drive. The good news is that we were just notified that our good buddy Max Yoder who filmed and showed us around ATL pieced together a few of the clips that went missing from that trip. Thanks Max! Good Times & Great Oldies.
Pick up a copy of the December #129 issue of The Skateboard Mag to get caught up in the world of Jordan Taylor and get informed about his alter-ego Brad....and oh yeah, there's lots of epic photographs too!
Josh Harmony's new band Freckles, are very pleased to announce their first release is available for FREE at noisetrade.com/frecklesband/freckles! It be on iTunes soon as well. Feel free to tell somebody! All songs were recorded live in Josh's garage.
"Can a legendary skater still be underrated? The flip-trick magician, the way Billy Mark's board returns to his feet never ceases to amaze and this part has some truly shocking hammers. Jeremy Leabres introduces a classic edit from 2004."-Thrasher Magazine