1. The Waxhead Diaries #9: Surfin Scumbags

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    from Josh Simpson / Added

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    Sydney breeds a disparity of contrasts. Matt Chojnacki and Otis Carey. History has taught us that surfers from this concrete jungle tend to be more colourful than most. They were often categorised as 'beatniks' or show ponies’ and in the modern day categorised as a 'hipster'. Perhaps it's the close proximity to the bright lights and mysterious underworld that bring new experiences- often with opportunities and temptations that follow. Here we have two surfers from opposite ends of the city, surfing together on different boards with alternative approaches. Sounds cliché and standard, and yes the concept is in 2011- but they don’t care, we just capture it in a clip for you to hate or enjoy. Starring: Otis Carey (Aboriginal) Lives: Bondi (ex Coffs Harbour) Tongue: 'ehh Cobber' Haters say- "Cool socks, smelly attitude" Board: Misfit Dingo Bandito Matt Chojnacki (Poland/Australia) Lives: Palm Beach, Long Reef Tongue: 'yeah....roight' Haters say- 'ya bloody mal ridin' twinkle toes' Board: Dano, Gato Heroi Dagger, McTavish Influence Follow the Waxhead Diaries http://chonoski.blogspot.com/ http://www.facebook.com/thewaxhead http://joshsimpsonblog.tumblr.com/ Song: Diamond Swamp Road Artist: La Mancha Negra

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    • Tony Joe White - Even Trolls Love Rock`n Roll

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      from Mike Neumann / Added

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      Recorded in 1980, this "live at Austin City Limits" performance by Tony Joe White is one of the wildest and rawest they ever taped. Many artists choose to beef up their bands for the program. White played with his touring group: drummer Jeff Hale and bassist Steve Spear.

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      • Movie Star Junkies - Tongues of Fire

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        from Shit In Can Records / Added

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        Music video for the Italian band Movie Star Junkies.

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        • Everything Moves Around You

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          from AfterImage Documentary / Added

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          A short documentary featuring JJ Grey and Mofro focusing especially, through interview, on the influence of family and environment on JJ Grey's song writing. "Brighter Days" and "The Sun is Shining Down" featured songs. An Afterimage Documentary created by Jairo Lobusta, Betty Chitty, and Mike Kaye in the Fall of 2009 in Jacksonville, Florida.

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          • Cajun Dancing in Midtown Manhattan: 2 songs from Steve Riley and the Mamou Playboys

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            from Michal Shapiro / Added

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            I developed a taste for Cajun music pretty early on in life when I went to a concert by the Balfa Brothers. The band, fronted by Dewey Balfa totally charmed me with their personal warmth and humor. The music was equally endearing; a sincere mix of sweet melodies and great dance tunes. And I had never heard a triangle actually played seriously…after all that is the instrument every kindergarten child plays at some point or another, and never well. I bought their first LP (yes, it was long, long ago) on Swallow Records and subsequently played it over and over again. I didn't realize at the time that the Balfa Brothers had done something crucial for their community; they had raised the profile of the Cajun heritage to a prideful place. What I heard back then was the informal "front porch" music of the Cajuns, and Steve Riley and his band play a modern hard driving hybrid by comparison. The lineup includes drums, electric bass and guitar, and the music is laced with zydeco, (itself an African-American hybrid) and swamp pop right alongside the more straight laced Cajun repertoire. Front and center is Riley, a wonderfully soulful accordionist, writer and singer. So I wasn't going to miss out when they came to town to play at Connolly's, in New York City before moving on to a Mardi Gras concert in Rhode Island. It wasn't an easy video setup, because this was not a concert in a hall, it was a dance in a bar, and the floor was PACKED. The event drew people of all ages and stripes and it was a pleasure to see them gliding through the waltzes and two steps. There was also a quick lesson on the styles preceding the concert, for the uninitiated. It was raucous, unselfconscious, dizzy fun. I was up on a chair in front of the sound board trying to get a good sightline over a sea of bobbing heads. Presiding over all, Riley and his band kept everyone moving. Not surprising, since they have been playing Cajun dancehalls for years back home. I start the video off with "Lyons Point" from the band's new CD "Grand Isle." The intro is just fiddle (David Greely, in one of his last performances with the band), accordion and triangle; something akin to what I heard the Balfa Brothers play way back when, before the band kicks in for a solid two-step. They segue right into the rock "House with Two Doors" by swamp pop's Johnny Allan. (His full name was Johnny Allan Guillot, but as Greely says, "the French name was an unpronounceable burden for a rock and roller in the 50's.") Electric guitarist Sam Broussard really stretches out on this one; he's a terrific player. For more of Michal’s world music videos, visit http://inter-muse.com

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            • "Stripped" by Mark Steiner & His Problems

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              Artist : Mark Steiner & His Problems Album : Saudade (2014) (all rights reserved to their respective owners) Mark Steiner is a well-known figure in Oslo’s music underworld, and he’s been around in Norway for so long that many assume that he is Norwegian. He is not. This ex-New Yorker is a wandering scoundrel who one might find hanging out in the shadowy corners of a pub at closing time. A international musical vagrant who might walk the streets with Stuart Staples, Nick Cave, and Rowland S. Howard...

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              • Jack on Fire - New Moon

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                from Shaun Garland / Added

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                'New Moon' is taken from Jack On Fire's latest EP 'Sermons From The Eastern Seaboard' Made by Shaun Garland & Keke Robertson.

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                • Boom Boom Club @ Sutton Utd FC - JJ Grey & Mofro

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                  from Pete Feenstra / Added

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                  • Lynyrd Skynyrd Medley

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                    from Cookie. / Added

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                    A wonderful set of five classic songs by Lynyrd Skynyrd.

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                    • BUG

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                      from martyn pick / Added

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                      A seminal mix of wild hand animation and cgi to a swamp rock soundtrack

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