Cruising is still great at almost 48!
8 days ago
Hey Ted, if you bring your board to Livorno, I'll bring mine too!
8 days ago
working on my radio show for monday and my spell check keeps changing bambi molesters to bamboo molesters
8 days ago
Now that's funny!!!
8 days ago
just turned the big 3-0 and still cruisin as well
8 days ago
I still skateboard a little at 35...
7 days ago
my hubbie and i are both 62 and just spent 5 weeks cruising around idaho/montana/utah snowboarding. we boarded 30 days out of 34. woot!
7 days ago
mom_surfing--just caught your show! pretty good! waiting for next week!
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Have a nice weekend everybody!
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Today the four movies that will be shown at the North Sea Surf Festival on September 14th have been announced. Besides the Dutch film premiere of the spectacular documentaries Storm Surfers and Surfing & Sharks the surf classics Morning Of The Earth (1972) and Crystal Voyager (1972) will be shown at the cinema during the festival.
Storm Surfers is an epic adventure documentary following two best friends on their quest to track and chase giant storms across the Great Southern Ocean in order to ride the biggest and most dangerous waves in the world. Surfing & Sharks tells the story of three friends from a poor neighbourhood in South Africa still surfing in the most dangerous
surfing area in the world, even after having lost four friends and a family member to attacks by white sharks.
Morning Of The Earth (1971) tells about a group of surfers living in spiritual harmony with nature, making their own surfboards and hunting down the best waves in Australia, Bali and Hawaii. Crystal Voyager (1972) is one of the most successful Australian surf movies and is about surfer George Greenough´s quest for uncrowded waves in California. The final sequence is a 23 minute long journey filmed from a surfers perspective with Echoes by Pink Floyd as soundtrack.
The cinema program will be opened by a Hawaiian solo set by Phantom Frank, mastermind behind The Treble Spankers and The Phantom Four. El Blanco of the legendary Finnish surf revival band The Charades will also give two short performances in between the movies.
The North Sea Surf Festival is the biggest festival in Northwestern Europe fully dedicated to
instrumental surf music. The festival will feature 9 bands and this year proudly presents Lost Acapulco (Mexico), Bambi Molesters (Croatia) and Los Coronas (Spain) as part of the line up, for their first performances on Dutch soil. The festival will be opened by the winner of the Live XS North Sea Surf Battle that will be held on August 25th.
The total program of the North Sea Surf Festival is now as follows:
Crystal Voyager (1972)
Morning Of The Earth (1972)
Storm Surfers (Dutch premiere) www.surfingandsharks.com
Surfing & Sharks (Dutch premiere) www.stormsurfers.com.au
El Blanco (The Charades,Finland)
Phantom Frank (The Phantom Four, The Treble Spankers)
Lost Acapulco (Mexico)
The Bambi Molesters (Kroatië)
Los Coronas (Spanje)
The Phantom Four (NL)
The Good The Bad (Denemarken)
Bang! Mustang! (Duitsland)
Pirato Ketchup (België)
Bevel Emboss (NL)
Winner North Sea SurfBattle (tba)
Club Rockula DJ´s
Naald & Kraak DJ´s
Amsterdam Beatclub DJ´s
Lost Acapulco, The Phantom Four, Bang! Mustang! and The Good The Bad added to the line up.
Today the final names have been announced for the North Sea Surf Festival, the first festival in The Netherlands dedicated to instrumental surf music. Lost Acapulco from Mexico City will be headlining this year´s edition of the festival and will be performing in The Netherlands for the very first time. Furthermore Danish band The Good The Bad and Bang! Mustang! from Leipzig have been added to the line up. The Phantom Four will be performing as well, celebrating the release of their new instrumental album “Murakkam”. Together with The Bambi Molesters, Los Coronas, Pirato Ketchup and Bevel Emboss the line up for the North Sea Surf Festival on September 14th inAmsterdam is now complete.
Several dj´s from widely acclaimed underground parties like Amsterdam Beatclub, Naald & Kraak and Club Rockula will be spinning the best vinyl from the 50´s and 60´s, adding some beat, garage, rock ´n´ roll, ska and Northern soul to the mix. Melkweg Cinema will be showing surf movies that will be announced at a later stage. Together with the presence of a cocktailbar and a record store with collectable surf vinyl and cd´s this will make for a unique surf experience. All in all the festival offers a very divers program and with the coming of Lost Acapulco, The Bambi Molesters, Los Coronas and Bang! Mustang! the North Sea Surf Festival will be host to four renowned surf bands that have never played in The Netherlands before.
On Saturday September 14th the third installment will take place of the North Sea Surf Festival, the first festival in The Netherlands dedicated to instrumental surf music. The festival will be held at the legendary venue De Melkweg in the heart of Amsterdam. The festival will feature 8 bands and this year proudly presents Bambi Molesters and Los Coronas as part of the line up, two of the most popular European surf bands. Besides live shows there will be classic surf movies at the Melkweg Cinema and a record store with collectable surf vinyl and cd’s.
The pre-sale for the festival will start coming Saturday and the first four bands to attend the festival have just been made public. Bambi Molesters from Croatia and Los Coronas from Spain will be playing The Netherlands for the very first time. From Belgium Pirato Ketchup will be playing the festival and the upcoming Amsterdam band Bevel Emboss will be there following impressive radio airplay around the world. In the coming months the other bands will be made public as well as the program for the cinema.