We’re stoked this week to see the return of Klavs Laivenieks‘ Brokelads series to our screens, with Brokelads Episode 4 offering the usual mix of street furniture regulation through the streets and alleyways of London and Barcelona. Coming in at a hefty nine minutes in length, this one starts off with London and sees the crew hitting Southbank and Canada Water as well as venturing out to some of the crustier spots, hills and drain covers that the city’s suburbs has to offer. A solid soundtrack makes things even better, with the centre piece given to the massively underrated Beastie Boys and Q-Tip collaboration Get It Together (I say massively underrated because they dropped it as a single but Q-Tip didn’t feature in this angle, and even that version didn’t get the hype it deserved).
Press play to enjoy some stylish street shredding from Saimon Oliveira, Cameron Allen-Snow, Yasuhiko Iida, Glen Fox, Edgars Berzins, Martins Horns, Klavs Laivenieks, Nelly Mayele, Pavel Berezuk, Lukas Kacevicius, Eduard Lotz, Filip Wojnowski and Loic Martinez before grabbing your board, heading out the door and getting some yourself…
Filmed and edited by Klavs Laivenieks.
Check out more shredding with this crew in previous episodes;
Brokelads Episode one – featuring Cameron Allen Snow, Saimon Oliveira, Froby, Fricis Strauss, Dillon Catney, Pavel Berezuk, Filip Wojnowski and more.
Brokelads Episode two – featuring Featuring Cameron Allen Snow, Saimon Oliveira, Froby and more.
Brokelads Episode three – featuring Cameron Allen-Snow, Saimon Oliveira, Froby, Edagars Berzins, Martins Horns, Tiago Pereira, Loic Martinez, Pavel Berezuk, Chris Oliver and Tristan Rudman.
If you want even more, then get stuck into the following edits from Klavs’ back catalogue featuring a number of familiar faces from London and beyond;