Get a dose of NYC flavor from this Roll Call with Long Island’s own mega-popping Billy McFeely. After the impressive clips, scroll down for an update on the Gotham skate scene and the best new videos you need to peep.

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What’s the skate scene like in NYC right now?
It’s cool. I’ve always liked the skate scene here. It’s always changing a lot, there’re always a lot of new people coming and going. There’re a lot of independent videos coming out. I’m backing it.

What are the new videos we should check out?
Beef Patty by Johnny Wilson. Not to promote a video that I’m in but the Bronze video. This kid Cooper Winterson has a video, I don’t even know how to say the title, it’s supposed to be the horns [Ed note: \m/]. That video is sick.

Who’s your crew out in NY?
The Bronze dudes are the main dudes I skate with.

Who are you getting hooked up from?
I’ve been getting shoes from HUF for a few years now. They really hook it up. I skate for KCDC skateshop, Bronze hardware. Just recently I started skating for Passport Skateboards out of Australia. They just started distributing in the U.S. and we’re gonna have a clip out by November. I’m super psyched, all the dudes on Passport rip and the art direction is really cool. Josh Pall, Callum Paul, no relation [laughs]. I got hooked up with that through Kelly Williams who’s doing Permanent Supply, the distribution for Passport and a bunch of other brands.

Do you think it’s still harder to get sponsored living in New York versus Cali?
Relatively speaking I haven’t really been around that long. I’ve never even been to California, and I don’t know shit about it to be honest [laughs]. It’s easier now than it was because it’s easier for people to see a video. Back in the day, there would be some sick video, but only a select few people would see the DVD or VHS. Now, every video could just go international in a few clicks.

Best things to do in NY when you’re not skating?
I go to school and work and other than that, I play keyboard a lot. I just started trying to make music. A lot of people go to bars. I’ll go sometimes, but not so much. You can really do anything here.

Do you have a full-length part in the works?
The Passport thing is what I’m working on for now. I’m also filming with Nick vonWerssowetz, he makes some sick videos. I don’t think I’m gonna have a full part in his next video, but I’m gonna film as much as I can. It’s gonna come out at the end of this year.

Video by Richard Quintero, interview by Blair Alley