Sunday Service: The Conhuir Lynn Mixtape.

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“Conhuir and the volcano: no one is entirely sure what this thing is. It’s either the remaining half of one of the oldest pieces of custom built skateboard terrain in Northern Ireland, or it’s nothing more than a plant pot surreptitiously filled by some have a go heroes at some point in the distant past of Derry skate time. Regardless of its mysterious origins, this is a spot steeped in history that hasn’t been seen in a skate mag this side of the water since Wurzel and the Deathbox team ventured there for an aborted skate comp back in the later 1980′s with TLB of RAD Magazine. Deep in the Loyalist hood, surrounded by prying eyes and UDA murals, Conhuir Lynn lets his light shine nearly two decades later. Frontside kickflip.”
- Conhuir Lynn, frontside flip. Photo: Jay Dords, August 2007.

This morning we’re bringing you another exclusive mixtape, this time around from Belfast’s very own Conhuir Lynn! Made up of lesser seen footage from around the globe, this edit fills in some of the time between Clynn leaving Unabomber in the early 2000′s and eventually joining the $lave team at its inception in 2007.

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