We know what you’re thinking- what the hell is “Matcha Rules?" Indeed, The Bones Brigade Audio Show has not been shy about shining light onto some of the more obscure and unknown videos from the farthest corners of the ‘Brigade universe- but this one might just take the cake. What we have here, friends, is a half hour long, professionally produced, stacked and soundtracked 1999 Powell Skateboards Japan tour video featuring Steve Caballero, Jon Comer and Moses Itkonen… that no one has ever heard of. You won’t find it in a Google search. It’s not online. The aforementioned skaters that were in it have never heard of it. How it came to be made, printed, and immediately relegated to absolute obscurity- even in the age of the internet- is a complete mystery. However, as always, the BBAS crew- with the assistance of this episode’s special returning guest, legendary skate sleuth Bobby Puleo- are here to help unravel it all. Part by part, park by park and trick by trick, we get into the weeds and deliver you the VHS goods. Of course, you can come along for the ride, as this forgotten video enigma is now available for you to see in all its glory over on the BBAS YouTube channel. Does Matcha indeed rule? There’s only one way to find out- so join us, shall you?

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