Far West Texas Surf Report Previous Episodes
One thousand waves…one thousand dreams. End credit music by The Val Dusty Experiment, from Andrew Kidman’s Litmus OST, available August 14th from Anthology Recordings. More info at anthologyrecordings.com.
A massive swell arrived in Far West Texas in the night, but so did the trains – delivering nightmares to those struggling for sleep. Paddle out at your own risk. Music from Andrew Kidman from the Glass Love OST, courtesy of Anthology Recordings.
Thunderclouds and dreams roll in – some stick around, others are forgotten. It’s the season for big monsoon swells, but sometimes its the small mushy sessions that will be remembered most kindly. Music by G Wayne Thomas from the Crystal Voyager OST, courtesy of Anthology Recordings.
Summer isn’t always good waves and fun times, more often than not the ocean is flat and boredom hangs around the town. All the air-conditioning and waiting has got Punch Kennedy down, and it looks like the flat spell is going to continue for a little while longer. End credit music: “Nothing Just Happens” from Michael Sena’s original score to Bali High. Full OST available now on vinyl and CD from Anthology Recordings as part of their Surf Archive series.
After catching some waves under the moon last night, Punch Kennedy’s betting there’ll be some swell sticking around today. Full report when the sun comes up – if it ever does. Music by Andrew Kidman from the OST of his own 2006 film, Glass Love, available August 14th from Anthology Recordings as part of their Surf Archive series.