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Southern Scum: Welcome to Woodland (2015)

Monday, January 26th, 2015

This video was filmed in Lexington, Kentucky in late 2014 early 2015. Woodland park was built and open to the public in 1885 and is a very popular area in the city. Mostly for the poverty stricken and homeless alike.

The skatepark is located only feet away from a public swimming pool tucked in the corner of the park. Less than three blocks away from the late Hellbellies Skateshop.

Southern Scum: Welcome to Woodland (2015)

It is constantly over ran by aggressive sports. Saturated by local skateboarders and has played host to quite a few extreme sporting events. Growing up and visiting it was always a thrill.

Now that it is only a few miles away, well let’s just say we get it in fairly often. The future of the Lexington Kentucky skate scene is looking bright and packed full of rollerblading.

The new generation falling in line is surprisingly intrigued and a few of them aren’t scared to try something scary. The adult rollerbladers are still popping in and out.

As you can see from the deal, more than a couple of “local legends” decided to snag a piece.

We are happy to be hear and happy to be part of the growing scene. Cheers to the future LXKY, let’s skate some more sometime, eh?Southernscum.com.

Featuring skating by Doug Williams, Brad Anthony, Scott Hatton, Max Ballestero, Ryan Slone, Jake Conkwright, Matt Foley, Tim Small, Aaron Shafer, Chad Anthony, Hannah Logsdon, Adam Cox, Nick Borders, Arique Ardister, Josh Broughton, Shane York & Chi Mofo.

Southern Scum: Waste Away (2014)

Tuesday, January 6th, 2015

Southern Scum: Waste Away (2014)

Last year we used social media outlets to promote a weekly series called Waste A Clip Wednesday. These are just a few favorites chosen from a stock pile of 42 weeks worth of video clips.Southernscum.com.

Southern Scum: SSKYSMS4 (2014)

Sunday, January 4th, 2015

SSKYSMS – Southern Scum Kentucky Saturday Morning Sessions.

Southern Scum: SSKYSMS4 (2014)

Featuring skating by Doug Williams, Arique Ardister and Chad Anthony. This was the very last sk8 session in Lexington of 2014. Rise on we will.Southernscum.com.

Filmed on Saturday 27 December, 2014.
SSKYSMS1 + SSKYSMS2 | SSKYSMS3.

Southern Scum: SSKYSMS1 + SSKYSMS2 (2014)

Sunday, January 4th, 2015

SSLXKYSMS1 Packed things up and moved to Lexington, Kentucky not long ago. We are trying to coordinate weekly Saturday Morning Sessions. This was shot Saturday October 15, 2014.

SSLXKYSMS2 Still getting in good with the Lex heads. A couple of good buds moved here too. This is part 2. This was filmed on December 8, 2014.

Southern Scum: Happy Holidaze (2014)

Thursday, December 25th, 2014

Southern Scum: Happy Holidaze (2014)

Last week a few of us met at an indoor skatepark in Kentucky. Pulled a camera out for a bit and captured some of the quick session. Yeah, no wiped the lens off. Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year.Southernscum.com.

Featuring Arique Anderson, Chad Anthony, Yeah yeah, Mark Wojda, Brad Anthony & Doug Williams.

Southern Scum: Turkey Break (2014)

Sunday, December 7th, 2014

Southern Scum: Turkey Break (2014)

The Sunday following Thanksgiving 2014 was an incredibly perfect day for skating. Well, at least in BeeGee it was.

A gathering of our kind met at the local skatepark. There would have been more skating, but the common problem of non-charged batteries became a thing of existence.

Skating by: Zac Graves, Jon Cardwell, Roger Langley, Greg Preston, Tanner Baxter, Daylen Cole, Chad Anthony, Joshua Broughton & Brad Anthony. Visit Southernscum.com.

Southern Scum: A useless commercial (2014)

Tuesday, November 4th, 2014

Southern Scum: A useless commercial (2014)

Useless Concepts is a video exposing The useleSS Tour that took part across America this past summer.

Kentucky Battle 2014: Southern Scum Edit

Saturday, September 13th, 2014

I got broke off something awful at the first spot. Between dealing with the injury, having the pup attend the event and typical booth duties it was quite the hectic day. Luckily I was still able to break out a camera a tad bit at some of the spots.

Kentucky Battle 2014: Southern Scum Edit

Cheers to all the heads who have held this contest together. Doug Williams for never giving up, Brad Anthony for stepping up and delegating the shit out of the whole thing. All the volunteers who helped raise money and promoted the event. Floyd and the RIOT sk8park for letting us get busy the night before. Most of all, the competitors, literally rain or shine, stayed determined to put on a good show. Attitudes were tremendously positive and love was all around.

14 years strong, The Kentucky Battle, like water, flowed through the streets of Louisville. Not one spot was a bust, no broken bones, no fights, plenty of ganja and plenty of solid tricks on them blades. Though, I had no intentions on filming anything, I am pretty pleased how this little number turned out.

At times I feel myself lost within this industry. Constantly confused where it is taking all of us. At the end of the day, I just consider myself blessed to know and love so many talented people. The rise is still very much real. The sky is the limit. The best part of all, next is number 15.Chad Anthony.

Music: John Cash – Hurt, Harvey Danger – Flag Pole Sitta. Visit Southernscum.com.

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