Got a great clip through this week of Wispy out riding his new Tracker and jamming on his guitar. Wisp says;
"Kurt and I did a trip to South Wall (Ballina) to go shoot some clips. We needed some music and we didn't want to go with the usual sort of stuff so we asked Colin "Fingers Malone" O'Reilly to come help us out. We sat down and watched the footage and this is what we came up with. It was recorded on an iphone, I played acustic bass and Fingers did the rest on a synth and one of those half coconut things with the little steel pegs (Don't know what they're called haha)" - classic.
Its a nice clip with a unique soundtrack so please enjoy! Many thanks to Kurt Henson for allowing us to post his video.
Bob and I had the pleasure of hanging out with Jack Coleman in June this year at Deus Temple while Bob was finishing a limited edition McTavish/Deus Trackers. He was shooting footage for his new film called Temple
Jack shoots in old school super 8mm film video camera, no fancy digital setup for this guy! The results are analogue, nostalgic, grainy and gritty. There is just something great about that analogue film setup that digital can never replace.
If you're in Byron on Thursday 29 November, come along to the premiere!
Check this little edit from the Deus event - some classy surfing and some quality antics!
Check out a young Bob Mac in this clip showcasing some of the talented Lennox surfers from the 70's. Thanks to Max Perrot for the link.