Thursday, 22 December 2011


Brass Monkey is out in the shops to buy with money right now. Staring SBW bigwigs Arthur Tubb, William Mason, Richard Chung and Ronny Calow and just about everyone else who is any good in Sheffield.

Midnight Marauders.

The trailer again.

BRASS MONKEY TRAILER from James Cruickshank on Vimeo.

The video is amazing buy it from Legacy for £5 you won't be disapointed.

Nice one Cruickshank.

Sunday, 18 December 2011

Well Done

My copy of the Action Bronson & Statik Selektah collab arrived this week.

I can't get enough of this Albanian

Thursday, 15 December 2011

Warren G

I just spent an hour or two digging out old West Coast hip hop CD's.
Turns out I've been sleeping on this gem for too long!

Roll on summer

You get that Christmas bonus?

Wednesday, 14 December 2011

5Boro JOIN or DIE teaser

I'm so fucking hyped for this video. The teaser is dope, proper legit east coast street skating. The fakie shuv 5.0 180 at 35 seconds in could just be repeated for 20 minutes and I don't think I would get bored.

SBW may be based in Sheffield but we're east coast at heart (until winter).

Tuesday, 13 December 2011

Irregular Grime Post 4

Big Bad Birmingham.

Devilman's getting some heavy iPod airtime this week.

Sunday, 11 December 2011

Miscellaneous Debris

Some photos that never made the blog (probably with good reason).

A rubbish view of the Rivelin Valley from bolehill park

Sometime in the summer a bunch of us took a trip to skate the new park in Derby. I think everyone was too hungover, too many oranges were eaten, too much time was spent in the shopping centre and Nick ate shit before we even got to the park.

Will knows his way around a kitchen.

Red drinks at least two pints to your half.

Monday, 5 December 2011

Section 6

On Sunday night after a lovely roast dinner and a couple of pints we went and skated a mini ramp in a squat. You know.

Cheers for letting us skate it and giving us a tour around John.

Audacious art experiment thing.

Being culture conscious here at SBW HQ we try and take in some of the shows on offer in the great city of Sheffield.

The first thing to do when taking in one of these events is assemble a heavy art-conscious type crew.

Joe Brown with Chung
Faye and Arthur
Dangerman is always down.
We hit up the event after a couple of drinks and bumped into Kev, his band we're playing but we missed them, sorry buddy.
Chung found the whole evening quite amusing
Couple of Blue SteelThe 'Magnum'
Ex Sumo employee Joe Blanchard was up in the place tooThis is what we had to listen to. Not my thing, sounds like the longest outro known to man. Only on a building site.

Saturday, 3 December 2011


A quick clip of when I went with Steve to skate the T-blocks in October.

Big up the Indian summer.