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Electric x Nixon proudly present their latest collaboration “Get some Trouble”, a webisode featuring Trevor “Trouble” Andrew on a 3 days journey around the European X Games 2012 in Tignes.
Trevor Andrew gained fame as a professional snowboarder and took part in the X Games himself in 2000.
Now retired from the contest circuit, he follows his passion for music as a successful skate punk electro artist.
This year, Trevor was invited as a guest star for the closing party of the European X Games and took this opportunity to vagabond around the French village of Tignes with his band and friends, the “Trouble Gang”.
Electric x Nixon followed the crew on their trip leading from slushy snowboard sessions to the notorious X Games party scene and some freestyle street art.
Down-to-earth, genuine, creative and a little mischievous, Trouble’s unique personality is the center of the video, captured in interviews and behind-the-scenes material.
Taking his band colleagues from Brazil and Japan to a session in the park and shredding with longtime friends Nicolas Muller and Gigi Rüf, there is also some nowadays very rare footage of “Trouble” on a snowboard, so make sure not to miss out on it.
Let's Swag !
Production : Band of Prod
Directed by Fred Marchadier, Electric & Nixon