So when the people at Ingensteds (the launch party venue) were like “why don’t you guys just skate here during the day or something” we were like “uhm, yeah why don’t we just skate here during the day or something” and then we made a launch ramp and bought some pizza and got some fine ales and called all the homies for a dudetastic pre-party.
Skating by Dank cover boys Karsten Kleppan, Eirik Ballo and Magnus Bordewick, plus heaps of other heads.
Video, edit: Kasper Häggström
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“This Was A Mix I Did While Cutting Class Back In 1995 And Will Be The First Release From My Studio’s Archive Series. This Mix Was Originally Released On Cassette As “Rare Equations” Through A Mix Tape Company Called Hip Hop Vibes Along With “Sick Experiment,” “Theories Not Yet Proven” And “The Diabolical” Which Came Before It. However This Mix Was My Favourite Because It Showcased Mixing All Kinds Of Music, Not Just The Latest Rap Singles Coming Out At The Time. So Sit Back And Check Out How Mix Tapes Were Done The Hard Way… On My Half Inch 8 Track Recorder (R.I.P.) And Listen To Some Cool Drops, Some Phone Taps, And Good Blends.
“It’s The Livin’ Roughness.”
Special Thanks to The Beat Market For The Title. “