This weeks interview comes straight from Death Skateboards and Ipath footwear rider Adam Moss, who gives you a rundown of the home of Boardmasters and Cornish coastal stag night magnet, Newquay, in which he currently resides.
Get to grips with his insiders guide below…
Best breakfast spot: A’s Bakery pasties
Best form of transportation: Skateboard! Newquay is small and got a bunch of hills, so the shred sled is best!
Best skate shop: Flavour o’course!
Best record shop: There isn’t one, so the charity shop. There was two crates full of records on the curb outside one night…
Best band: Sons of Sirius
Best album: I don’t know if they have an album.
Best local video: ”Something Or Other” back in 2003.
Best video section: Steven Rhodes – “Something Or Other”
Best local – back in the day: Andrew “Yeish” Hodgson.
Best local – present: Grant Harrison.
Best skate spot – back in the day: Morfa Hall marble curbs.
Best skate spot – present: “Fraggle Rock” at the park, pretty much the only one.
Best undercover spot: Nope…
Best skatepark – back in the day: Youth Centre flatbar and mini-ramp.
Best skatepark – present: The one and only ‘Wooden Waves’.
Best bar: Bellushies maybe, the Beach Bar on Fistral is pretty tight.
Best nightclub: Koola probably, it’s the most bearable
Best restaurant: Lotus Thai
Best local slang phrase: “Long and Strong”
Best point of local interest/tourist must see: The beaches I guess, or the house on the cliff at Towan.
Best local celebrity: Phillip Schofield or James Morrison? I don’t know who’s best, but I reckon Schofield would win in a fight!
Best thing about living in Newquay: It’s chilled out, it’s got beaches with good surf, and there’s no chavs!
Adam’s “Welcome to Ipath” clip: