Monthly Archive:: December 2011

Footage from the Hot Heels Africa IGSA World Cup 2011 held in the Kogelberg Biosphere Reserve. Cracking event in pristine surroundings, special shout-out to reTroyspective for this clip, great composition and for putting this to the post-grunge Silversun Pickups, nice touch. [cheers @Eebin featured 5.48 –

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Recently, a mahussive swell smashed its way though the South Pacific Islands. On the 30th of August, it arrived in Hawaii to mark the last day of summer. Current SUP world champion and Oxbow progression team rider, Kai Lenny, tracked the swell to his secret spot and managed to successfully ride these 15ft pearlers 4 times in 1 day. First paddleboarding, then surfing, windsurfing and finally kitesurfing. It is the first time anyone has achieved this on 15-20ft waves. He is 18 years old. Maverick thumbs up show-off, good sir! [thanks Jon] &nbsp

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My fragile little mind let Deadmau5 run around inside it like a pinball machine, and it was brilliant. I can’t remember the last time my mind was so deliciously blown to smithereens by a stage show, it might have been in Vegas, but that’s a whole other kaleidoscope that will probably never be properly unraveled. When I mention that I went to Deadmau5′s Cape Town spectacle I’m frequently met with the same type of vacant look I might encounter when I say “Lois Einhorn’s a man”. I’d pick this guy, hands up, over any of the stadium acts that have shaken their money makers at the Green Point Stadium this year. Plug in people, turn on, tune in, drop out is way back in Kansas. Name: Joel Zimmerman aka Deadmau5 Age: 30 Occupation: DJ and Producer (Nominated for 3 Grammy Awards in 2011) Deadmau5 aquired his moniker after finding a dead mouse inside his computer while replacing a video card. After relaying the event to a chatroom he became known as “that dead mouse guy”. Internet Relay Chat prohibits names of 9 characters and Deadmau5 was born, so to speak. But enough chit chat, here’s why we fuss: Nokia Lumia 800 [&hellip

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