Curbside Productions presents 'The World Is Yours', two years' worth of filming around the South East's crustiest terrain with Max Roton and Joel Snowman plus a cameo from Heroin Skateboards pro and X-Factor audition video DJ extraordinaire Craig Questions. Accompanied by the Scarface soundtrack, as well as a slice of 'before they were shit' Chumbawumba, the two ramp things up into full coastal carnage mode captured on a camera which makes Palasonic look like it was filmed in 4K by Ty Evans. There's a reason that the Kentish and Sussex coastlines have never drawn the same amount of skateboard tourism as, say, Barcelona; an ability to enjoy skating a crumbling brick wall is definitely going to set you in better stead than, say, a thirst for smooth marble ledges. 

Thus, spots and medium compliment each other perfectly as Max and Joel hit shitty granite banks, rusty fullpipes (which I've visited, fuck knows what they were originally used to carry but your lungs hurt after more than ten minutes in there), Whitstable Skatepark, salty seaside curbs, walls, jersey barriers, Hastings' infamous Bottle Alley and plenty more in their search for Animal Chin. And Chin is definitely there to be found, as long as you don't mind donning a set of big wheels, have a talent for slaloming through dog shit (especially handy in Bottle Alley), enjoy a countryside walk to reach a spot and generally aren't too picky with what there is to skate in front of you. These two, and Questions, fulfill these requirements ably, so press play and prepare for fun...

For more from Max, check out his recent 'Our Mate Max' section released by Blast Skates. Then delve even further back into the past and check out the 2012 Witchcraft trip to Belgium, which saw Max joined by Marc Churchill, Arbel Samsonov, Joxa, Mikey Joyce, Tibs and French for some serious metal and beer fuelled shredding.