Pete Brandt – 1 Deep in the Underground Drum n’ Bass Track

There are so many creative types in flatland, besides of course the riding that is one of the most interesting things about it. We kick off Friday’s posts with this new track created by Pete Brandt, more to follow in June. Classic jungle sound from Pete B, hit play and follow him on Soundcloud to hear the rest of his music!

New Dub Real City Track

Dub definitely brings something fresh and different to flatland, which is refreshing for us all to see and be inspired by. Take this new Real City Track he just posted on his Soundcloud as an example.

If you missed his FM awards interview a few days ago, hit the link:

http://www.flatmattersonline.com/jean-william-prevost-2014-flatmatters-awards-interview

City Of Satellites FT Mike S

City Of Satellites 'BMX' from Luke Copeland on Vimeo.

Music videos including flatland can be by their nature a pretty difficult project t get right. Stewart Munro sent in this City of Satellites video featuring Mike S that was shot 4 years ago. Really enjoyed the way this shot and put together, hit play if you missed this the first time round.

Brian Gavagan – Ride Fast, Live Slow – Life on Wheels

Ride Fast, Live Slow – Life on Wheels with Brian Gavagan from Jim McKay on Vimeo.

Jim McKay is a name we don’t hear enough of recently, today he got in contact with this new edit, “Ride Fast, Live Slow – Life on Wheels with Brian Gavagan”. Jim spent several days with Brian living life and filming in Denver, Boulder, Colorado Springs, Frisco & Breckenridge, CO. Yellow rides all forms of BMX and can do it all, this is a good watch!

SXM Bikelife featuring Jean William Prevost

SXM BIKELIFE from IGI BMX / FAREAST / DUB on Vimeo.

Dub was recently on the beautiful island of Saint Martin in the Caribbean, here’s the man himself had to say:

“Some of you might remember BAd-Bush from the Trevlon Hall Monster Exams, he was there stuntin’ in his own way at the flatland competition, to my buddy Jesse he really stood out and they became good friends instantly. Bad-Bush also known as Parotte then came over to Montreal last summer to enjoy Montreal’s best time of the year and take part in Real City Spin. We finally ended up coming full circle by heading over to the island of Saint-Martin to introduce the sport of Flatland to an extremely active youth. Kids were poppin’ wheelies everywhere we went, one handed wheelies, no handed wheelies and other crazy stuff on their MX’s and Scooter’s . Check out this edit to fill your head with beautiful scenery and an urge to leave home and explore the World!!!”