Omar Allsop and JWTV are back, following up the original ‘London Movements‘ On tick video with the just as banging London Movements II which sees more shredding in the UK’s capital from the crew. From the familiar environs of Southbank (talking of which, head over to Long Live Southbank to find out about their campaign to open up even more of The Undercroft) and Canada Water, the current spot de rigeur for any visiting crew, to spots ranging the length and breadth of South London, this will have you good and ready for a mission through the streets of London at the drop of a dry weekend (not that we’re really holding out too much hope for one of them any time soon). It’s always nice to see grimy, low key street edits which feature a sturdy portion of exploration away from the obvious locations and, with obscure Peckham handrails and Bermondsey architecture mingling with the more expected sites of SB, Canada Water and Queens Road Peckham curbs, this fulfills the obscure spot quota admirably!
Featuring Luka Pinto, Dillon Catney, Glen Fox, Lukas Kacevicius, Jeremy Jones, Froby, Ryan Gabison, Adam Aulaqi, Edgar Von Berlin, Martins Horns, Sammy Mould, Cameron Allen-Snow and many more going fast and handling the most awkward of street furniture and pedestrian slalom courses with ease.
Filmed by Omar Allsop, with additional filming by Luka Pinto and Lukas Kacevicius.
For more from this crew you could do a lot worse than checking out the Pillo Wheels full length video ‘Conexiones’, which currently resides on the web in a number of different sections but can be found as a whole via the physical realm on DVD. Getting hold of this means that these guys get more money, then they come to London more, film more lo-fi dopeness for your eyeballs, and the circle of stoke continues!