BEHIND THE SHOOT
‘M O O D’ A SHORT SURF FILM by F R A N M I L L E R
Fran Miller has recently submitted ‘MOOD’ to be judged in the Action category of The Surfing World Short Film Competition — REELERS 2017 — presented by Corona.
It has been received very favourably by the public, at just day one of submission, it has been ranking as the ‘most watched’ in the Action category & continuing to hold the position after entries have closed, thus far.
We’re chatting to Fran about what inspired her film ‘Mood’, her choice of tunes & mermaid muses. Continue Reading →
To date we have had the pleasure of a talented bunch of female Sea Gypsies who’ve featured in our Citizens Of The Slide Interviews.
And until now no Sea Pirates to add some testosterone
to the mix. Enter Wisp aka
— CHRISTIAN BARKER —
all burly and bearded. Something we noticed
from his recent McTavish
“Dedicated to the Craft” film is that he has soul, and is passionate about his surfing..
—C I T I Z E N S
O F T H E S L I D E
NOT SO ORDINARY CITIZENS INTERVIEW—
The A N C I E N T ART of WAVE RIDING
with its Polynesian origins are thriving in the heart of Josie Prendergast.
Her graceful footsteps hypnotise as they make their way lightly to the nose. Reminiscent of a sacred dance, caressing the tip of her McTavish underfoot, as the beauty of Wategos slides past in the background. Continue Reading →
T H E D O O R S ‘BEFORE YOU SLIP INTO UNCONSCIOUSNESS’ P L A Y L I S T
including the lyrically poetic
‘THE CRYSTAL SHIP’
A compilation of our favourite Doors arrangements along with the compelling lyrics and inspiration behind these iconic tracks. Continue Reading →
— J u k e b o x —
‘ H U R T ‘
a song written by Trent Reznor, first released on
Nine Inch Nails’ 1994 album
‘The Downward Spiral’.
In 2002 ‘H U R T’ was covered by JOHNNY CASH
to critical acclaim; it was one of Cash’s final hit releases before his death.
The song clearly includes references to self-harm and heroin addiction, although the overall meaning of the song is disputed.
K A S H M I R L E D Z E P P E L I N Its only our all-time favourite Led Zepp song. Actually, pretty much our all-time fav song.
FULL STOP. For your listening pleasure…
All four members of Led Zeppelin have agreed that “Kashmir” is one of their best musical achievements. John Paul Jones suggested that it showcases all of the elements that made up the Led Zeppelin sound. Continue Reading →
— J u k e b o x —
‘DEVIL or ANGEL’
by LOU DOILLON
Acoustic inspiration from the album
P L A C E S
French actress, model and now singer Lou Doillon the 31-year-old daughter of Jane Birkin and the half-sister of singer-actress Charlotte Gainsbourg, spent her bohemian childhood entirely in the spotlight. Continue Reading →
We’re somewhat besotted with Joni Mitchell, so we loved loved loved these Interviews on this multi-talented artistic force.
The now 70 year old, talks about her ‘Woodstock Experience’ and is extremely candid with Jian Ghomeshi, the amiable interviewer. Incredibly interesting, sharp as a tack; and clearly still enjoying a durrie or two. The sheer force of her presence is mesmerising..
I N D I A N S U M M E R Byron Bay’s current state: that unseasonably warm and dry Autumn weather that sees us spending afternoons at the beach, listening to tunes like this and holding off on snuggling into those winter layers, just yet.
T h e D o o r s Indian Summer was one of the first songs the band recorded. They played it on a demo they’d recorded in 1965. It was finally released in 1970 on the album Morrison Hotel. Continue Reading →
— T u e s d a y T u n e s — SUBTERRANEANHOMESICK BLUES B O B D Y L A N was originally released in 1965. It was Dylan’s first Top 40 hit in the U.S.
The first line is a reference to codeine distillation and politics of the time — “Johnny’s in the basement mixing up the medicine / I’m on the pavement thinkin’ about the Government”… Continue Reading →
S T O N E & W O O D B R E W I N G
‘The Way It Should Be’
the new video created by Stone and Wood Brewing Company in their Spiritual home of Byron Bay.
Highlighting a slow pace of life in a creative coastal town famed for its beach culture and plentiful surf. You can see how this trio of lads are pretty buzzed since they quit ‘working for the man’ & got back to basics handcrafting Ales on the beautiful shores of the Northern Rivers of NSW. Continue Reading →
Singer/Songwriter T o r i Z i e t s c h of SEAVERA chats to us about her inspirations; recently being featured on Triple J’s Unearthed; the release of Seavera’s debut Single ‘Caving’ and new project; the upcoming EP due to be recorded in Melbourne..
— J u k e b o x — JIMI HENDRIX CASTLES MADE OF SAND
Jimi Hendrix was arguably the greatest instrumentalist in the history of rock music. Hendrix helped usher in the age of psychedelia with his 1967 debut, ‘Are You Experienced?’ and the impact of his brief but meteoric career on popular music continues to be felt.
— t u e s d a y t u n e s — T I N Y D A N C E R is a song by ELTON JOHN with lyrics by writing partner Bernie Taupin. “We came to California in the fall of 1970 and it seemed like sunshine just radiated from the populace,” Taupin says. “I guess I was trying to capture the spirit of that time…
Exit Through the Gift Shop follows an eccentric shop-keeper turned amateur film-maker as he attempts to capture many of the world’s most infamous vandals on camera, only to have a British stencil artist named Banksy turn the camcorder back on its owner with wildly unexpected results. Continue Reading →
T U E S D A Y T U N E S
This humdinger SMOKESTACK LIGHTNING H O W L I N ‘ W O L F
CHESTER ARTHUR BURNETT known as HOWLIN’ WOLF. Born on June 10 1910, in White Station, Mississippi was an influential American blues singer, guitarist and harmonica player. With a booming voice and looming physical presence, he is one of the best-known Chicago blues artists.