So yea we made 20 and we’re both surprised weve made 2, but somehow they get easier and harder at the same time and since there aren’t too many complaints (there are some) we’ll keep them coming.
Here’s a look at Bitchslap issue 20 featuring interviews with Burton Snowboards Creative Director Greg Dacyshyn, Huf’s Austyn Gillette, Copenhagen label SoundESC, Knitting nutter Lærke Bagger, Dutch motorcycle artist Menze Kwint, Danish metal weirdo’s Förtress and to top it all off we’ve thrown a very romantic photo of Dick & Nanny getting hitched in H.C. Ørestedspark.
As always, for those not on the distribution flow then this is available on our shop for about the price of 2 beers for our efforts. Read more →
Yea well this one kind of got made 7 months ago but never made it public, so we thought you could start your week off with some grooves once you’re finished listening to the news about Russia. Read more →
Lately it’s all been about us, us and us. So here’s some more: a clip about us from Bright Tradeshow in January where I say some stupid shit about how running a skateboard magazine would be easy. What a dick! It’s probably harder than running a marathon. Now before all your veins start to bulge in your neck, dear skateboard magazine editors, Read more →
So we reached 10,000 likes on Facebook and decided to celebrate by giving away a few of our favourite golden ladies tomorrow on Dronning Louises Bridge around 4 or 5 pm. We’ll be the ones with the music and cold brews.
Thanks for your support.
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Can beauty prevail when innocent people are disfigured by acid attacks? Can they rise stronger than before, more empowered and determined? Award winning photographer Ken Hermann (featured on Bitchslap before) and videographer Tai Klan travelled to Bangladesh to answer these questions. -Behance
Thanks to everyone who came out and helped us have a wicked goodvibe party. Big ups to Schack, Fergus, Cohnny Jazz, DJ Noize and Pede B for soothing our ears, making us tap our feet and shake our asses. Cheers to the helpers, you know who you are.
And thanks to Absolut, Jägermeister, Red Bull and Heineken for refreshments, as well as the kind kiosk man on Enghavevej who helped replenish our supplies when we ran out of beer, twice.
Another magazine another party. Should be good, mostly never too shitty.
This time we’ve been lucky enough to scoop DJ Schack up while he’s in the country on a short trip back from his current abode of Rio. Fergus Murphy will be doing what he does best: making you feel at home, while Cohnny Jazz will undoubtably show up late, but kill it. Special guest DJ Noize is swinging by which is always good for a head nod and a bit of WOW.
Get in early, we’re free from 9 til 11pm and after that 30kr.
That’s right, we’re doing a survey. Well actually our friend Line is doing it for us in the vain hope she might be able to help us somehow. Whether that be through better dance contests, make even less money or help shape a global million dollar strategy based on using inflated readership numbers to sell worthless advertising space. Not sure. Either way, it would be a super amazing help and we’d love you endlessly (1000 years Christina Perri?).
Please take 2 minutes to give us and Line some insight into the good folks that follow us.
We spent the day racing around Copenhagen trying not to hit anything and delivering magazines. Copenhagen shopkeepers are a dejlig bunch of people and we thank them for letting us spam them, in order to spam you.
This is a little something we put together for the lovely people at Copenhagen Skatepark to give a surface look at this summer’s best festival. Starting back in 2007, and now run over a week during the summer, the CPH PRO, is hailed as one of the best contests in the world; its backyard party steez and sick level from some of the biggest names in skateboarding, not to mention a brand new park each year crafted by the crew under Brent Kronmueller‘s keen eye. Read more →
For those who missed the print run of our latest issue, we’ve finally digitised that sucker after pissing around for about 2 months. Online is always a pretty crap way to read a magazine but you get the idea. Issue 15 is called Meow and has a picture of Martez, a 15 year old Spanish cat on the cover. The online reader is under all these spreads. If you happen to get turned on by any of these pictures, click on the ones you like to see the entire article.
We run this other blog called Girls Are Awesome, and thought it was a good idea to spend some time at Roskilde festival 2012 hanging out with our friends, meeting new people and checking out some of the thousands and thousands of awesome girls.