Tag: Surf culture

Posts / Latest Posts - 3 weeks ago

We Are All Surfers

A Review of Representation in Surfing We are all surfers. But not all surfers are represented or treated in a fair, equal and balanced way. The most obvious example of this, and most relevant to recent wider events outside of the bubble of surfing...

Posts / Latest Posts - 1 month ago

C.J. Mirra, The Cold-Water Composer

Surfing has its own special soundtracks for each of us; be they the noises and soundscapes associated with breaking waves, muffled underwater tumblings and the backdrop of the beach on a summer’s day, or the tracks and songs that accompany the surf f...

Posts / Latest Posts - 3 months ago

Nazaré: The Beauty of the Beast

Welcome to Nazaré: home of the largest waves on the planet. Nazaré has been surf media’s super-sized darling as of late; Even more than the recent Big Wave Tour event, heroically won by the Brazilian upstart Lucas Chumbo, Nazaré has broken the intern...

Posts / Latest Posts - 5 months ago

On Rail: The Train to Taghazoute

The only word that I could pick out from the fast slur of heavily Basque-accented Spanish was “NO”. The train manager backed this up with a wag of his finger before pointing at our boardbags lying on the platform. Uh-oh. I guess there had to be a sti...