Summertime Mixtape Vol. 5 – Danny Garcia ‘Inhabitants’

Danny Garcia’s curtains-drawing part in ‘Mosaic’ somewhat was the Guy Mariano ‘Mouse’ part to Stefan Janoski’s preceding Eric Koston position, but by the time Habitat came with ‘Inhabitants’ four years later Danny Garcia was transitioning from hubba-gracing gentle giant to brooding, button-up troubadour. His flick though remained among the best on the market, regular, switch, toe or heel, and his early embrace of colourful socks and surf-loose trucks extends this part’s shelf life such that someone could release it today and generally remain in step with where things stand, similar to former Lakai compadre Anthony Pappalardo’s ‘Fully Flared’ section. Few dudes then or now can hand a switch heelflip with such grace, and dudes still aren’t that much doing frontside shove-it backside nosegrind reverts both regular and switch in the same parts. Even as he turned up the lilting psychadelia and the cruising, and dialed back on the thunder gaps, you can now and then glimpse Danny Garcia’s All City roots, like in that loading dock line with the switch shove-it nosegrind revert.

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3 Responses to “Summertime Mixtape Vol. 5 – Danny Garcia ‘Inhabitants’”

  1. Habitat Brosaic Says:

    a hundred times yes!

  2. Art Hellman Says:

    could definitely be #1 summer part every summer for me

    joey Guevara has done a nice job of picking up the slack since Garcia’s move to music

  3. scott Says:

    Great part. Falls into a category of 2000’s skating I like to call ‘good vibes tech’.

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