Posts Tagged ‘mindgame’

Dustin Latimer: Mindgame Accidental Machines

Tuesday, August 5th, 2014

Accidental Machine (2006). A Mindgame Video.

Dustin Latimer: Mindgame Accidental Machines

Music: P.W. Long With Reelfoot – Aw Bruiser (get the song on Amazon.com).

Don Bambrick: Mindgame, Bang Section

Wednesday, May 14th, 2014

Don Bambrick: Mindgame, Bang Section

The third Installment from Mindgame, BANG! will make you reevaluate everything you thought you knew about tricks, style and editing. It brings rolling to heights never before imagined. Witness the masters who blend creativity & fluidity.

Music: Passage – Poem to The Hospital (get the song on Amazon.com).
Mindgame, Bang: Full Video + Soundtrack Listing.

Brian Aragon: Mindgame, Bang Section

Monday, May 12th, 2014

Brian Aragon: Mindgame, Bang Section

The third Installment from Mindgame, BANG! will make you reevaluate everything you thought you knew about tricks, style and editing. It brings rolling to heights never before imagined. Witness the masters who blend creativity & fluidity.

Song: Deep Puddle Dynamics – d. Mothers of Invention.
Mindgame, Bang: Full Video + Soundtrack Listing.

Dustin Latimer: Mindgame, Bang Section

Saturday, May 10th, 2014

Dustin Latimer: Mindgame, Bang Section

The third Installment from Mindgame, BANG! will make you reevaluate everything you thought you knew about tricks, style and editing. It brings rolling to heights never before imagined. Witness the masters who blend creativity & fluidity.

Song: Matthew Cooker – Thanks Eddie (Clean Version).
Mindgame, Bang: Full Video + Soundtrack Listing.

Aaron Feinberg: Mindgame, Bang Section

Friday, May 9th, 2014

February 2013 + January 2012, Hi-Quality Repost.

Aaron Feinberg: Mindgame, Bang Section

The third Installment from Mindgame, BANG! will make you reevaluate everything you thought you knew about tricks, style and editing. It brings rolling to heights never before imagined. Witness the masters who blend creativity & fluidity.

Song: Tv on the Radio – Staring at the Sun.
Mindgame, Bang: Full Video + Soundtrack Listing.

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Dustin Latimer: Brain Fear Gone (2000) Section

Thursday, April 4th, 2013

Following the Iain Mcleod Iain Mcleod post (180 + 540 Attempt on Brain Fear Gone Church Roof), here is the Dustin Latimer, Brain Fear Gone Section, his 180 attempt is at 5:15.

Dustin Latimer: Brain Fear Gone (2000)

Previously

Thanks Anon.

Knuckle Tatoos: Skating Tribute

Thursday, June 17th, 2010

quoting Sb3000:

Tribute to the great skate companies that helped our sport.

Reign – MindgameEngland ClothingSenate.

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Previously

Bang, Mindgame (Full Video)

Monday, May 10th, 2010

The third Installment from Mindgame, BANG will make you reevaluate everything you thought you knew about tricks, style and editing. It brings rolling to heights never before imagined. Witness the masters who blend creativity & fluidity.

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Track Listing By Rollingvideos.

Intro: Murder By Death – You Are the Last Dragon
Aaron Feinberg: Tv on the Radio – Staring at the Sun
Don Bambrick: Passage – Poem to The Hospital
Friends: Pinback – Syracuse
Dustin Latimer: Matthew Cooker – Thanks Eddie (Clean Version)
Crash Section: Earlimart – We’re So Happy (We Left The Piano In The Truck)
Brian Aragon: Deep Puddle Dynamics – d. Mothers of Invention
Chris Farmer: Midnight Movies – Just To Play
Credits: The Black Heart Procession – Waterfront (The Sinking Road)
Team Section: Sole – Salt On Everything

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If you are a Spotify User (France, Norway, Sweden, Finland, Uk and Spain only) check the Bang Playlist (some songs are missing).

Bonus: 4×4 Leading the Blind, Razors Ego Playlists on Spotify.

Accidental Machines: Intro & Ben Schwab profile

Sunday, March 15th, 2009

Accidental Machines

Accidental Machines was Mindgame’s farewell gift to the rollerblading industry.

The 56 min. video dealt with themes ranging from the state of the industry, to the dual lives of pro-skaters, to the absurdity of popular trends.

Herein lies the video’s intro, featuring the skating talents of Dustin Latimer, Aaron Feinberg, Chris Farmer, Brian Aragon, Billy O’Neill, Don Bambrick, and Ben Schwab, the motion graphic expertise of Matt Andrews, and the song “The Spell” by The Black Heart Procession, courtesy of Touch and Go Records. Written and Directed by Shane Coburn. Produced by Trendkiller, Inc. (R.I.P.)

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Shane Coburn Interview + Mindgames videos

Friday, April 11th, 2008

shane coburn

We were all sad to see Mindgame close last year. Was that something you had been thinking about for a while?

Mindgame was always meant to be a company that challenged the conventions of the industry.

I’ve always sought to make ‘core’ companies and products that didn’t have to answer to the mainstream, and I saw Mindgame as the greatest manifestation of that intention. But Mindgame became really popular, really quick. We turned a profit in our first year, and tripled in size our second. It was kind of a fortunate / unfortunate position to be put in.

We had the money to do the things we wanted, but somewhere, the message was getting lost. Soon, I started to see posts on the messageboards like ‘Why do they call themselves Trendkiller if all they do is make trends?’ Well, the truth is, we never ever intended to make anything in to a trend — we just liked putting ideas out there and seeing how people responded to them and made them their own. But people have a way of institutionalizing things. […]

What have you been up to since then?

I moved to LA last year and took a job as Marketing Director at an auto enthusiast site called WebRidesTV. It was a good move for me — I learned a lot about the power of the web, and was also able to get some talented rollerbladers paying gigs, including Connor O’Brien, Brandon Negrete, Cuauhtzin Guiterrez, Drew Bachrach, and Billy Kostka.

I left WebRides last October to take a position at quarterlife.com as their Director of Project Development. quarterlife is a web show and a social networking site for creative people. I really love what I do, but we’ve had our ups and downs.

We made history by being the first internet series to be picked up by network TV, and then we made history by being one of the fastest cancellations in NBC history. After that, we had to make some cuts, and unfortunately, I had to layoff some of my friends friends I had actually brought on to the project. […]

Read the full Shane Coburn Interview

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You can check Shane Coburn work at quarterlife.com/shane. Here are some links to videos:









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