Stopped in to check on this little weekly, and found several others had the same idea. Pretty nice place to do my first event, celebrating the re-organization of the site towards a magazine type format.
While visiting the great state of Arkansas, we had the opportunity to check out this event, which had been elusive for several years. The endurance of some of these hand manufactured boats was quite surprising, and amusing at times. Apparently, the theme of the year was Star Wars, and there were quite a variety of flotation constructions about the landscape of Sandy Beach. All of the contraptions endured the warm waters quite well, and really did not take on any water. It was quite surprising, considering the construction materials permitted. A few, while water tight, contained a few minor design flaws that caused disintegration under pressure. One almost fell apart at the starting line, and eventually did, prior to the finish line. It was quite a lot of fun though, and a full house on the beach in spite of threatening rain. We look forward to getting back to it again. view more photos from this event or add your own to the mix
Above & Beyond’s first original collaboration single since the 2010 ‘Anphonic’ with Kyau & Albert is out now. Production powerhouse of Jono Grant, Tony McGuinness, and Paavo Siljamäki teamed up with Spencer Brown from San Francisco to produce their latest track 'Long Way From Home’ featuring the vocals of RBBTS (Anne Kalstrup & Hendrik Burkhard). Debuting at Above & Beyond’s Group Therapy 300 celebrations in Hong Kong, the track speaks to the loneliness of touring artists on the road through a melancholic wave of undulating melodies underpinned by the quartet’s rounded, dance floor-ready sound. The first outlines were laid down by Paavo and Spencer in a Melbourne hotel room, a very, very long way from home. Fine-tuned on the road in front of sell-out crowds across Europe, ‘Long Way From Home’ feat. RBBTS is an early Christmas treat for fans. Both artists have packed schedules for the remainder of the year. According to Paavo, “Both Spencer and mysel
Entering Week 5 of the contest, competition was getting tight as more and more desired to make name for themselves and their bodies. This was the last round before the finals, when the winners of this and the last four would be brought back in front of Shotgun Jackson for a final decision. Of course, after there was the usual drunken debauchery and dancing to beats provided by Bill Pile and Steve Thorell. view more photos from this event