Null Skateboards: Make your own kind of music

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In addition to being a pretty cool clip, we're certain this new edit from Boulder's Null Skateboards must be the first use of a Mama Cass track in a skateboard video. Local skaters Josh Steele, Max Garson, Bernie Keith, Jack Spanbauer, Chad Seidel, Derek Yale and Monico Candelaria each sing their own special song:

For kicks, we clicked around to see what some other local skate film crews have been up to, and particularly enjoyed this Sunny Daze Go-Pro camera experiment Chad Seidel put together with an assist from his dad's remote-control glider:

Go-Glider Bon Bon Madness from Sunny Daze on Vimeo.

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