DryDocked: Blonde Redhead – 23

Amedeo and Simone Pace were born in Milan, Italy, grew up in Montreal, & later moved to Boston to study jazz. Now they are key in New York's Underground Music Scene and jam under the identity Blonde Redhead. Party on.

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DryDocked: The Photography of Tyler Cuddy

Tyler Cuddy was born in San Diego, but calls the world his home. He drifts from town to town and coastline to coastline capturing the grit. Here's some Kalani Chapman with a side of grit.


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DryDocked: Herb Alpert and the Tijuana Brass

At Rusty we appreciate the occasional dose of classic jazz... Herb Alpert's musical accomplishments include five number one hits, twenty-eight albums on the Billboard charts, eight Grammy Awards, fourteen Platinum albums and fifteen Gold albums. Enjoy the following extremely rare video of Herb and his Tijuana Brass jamming on the beach taken from his 1967 "Singer" show...

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DryDocked: Sonny and the Sunsets- Too Young to Burn

Sonny Smith began playing blues piano in bars when he was nineteen years old. Skipping between the Rocky Mountains of Denver, San Francisco, and Central America, he began to write original songs, short stories and plays. Smith’s travels in Central America inspired his narrative approach and original style of folk music. Check out his latest project... Sonny and the Sunsets.

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DryDocked: The Papercuts_Future Primitive

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Papercuts is the musical project of San Francisco songwriter/producer Jason Quever. Quever had been making home recordings since high school, but the first official release as Papercuts was 2004's Mockingbird (on Oaklands Antenna Farm Records). 2007's Can't Go Back (8.3 Pitchfork) and 2009's you Can Have What You Want (4 stars/MOJO) were released on Gnomonsong records, the in-house label of San Francisco's Revolver distribution. In 2010 Papercuts signed with Sub Pop records, who just released the new Papercuts album, Fading Parade. Quever is the only permanent member of Papercuts, early on playing with whoever of his friends were available. Bay area artist/filmmaker Davis Enos has been the longest standing collaborator (keys), while Frankie Koeller (bass) and Graham Hill (drums) have been regular members of the group since 2008, when the band started touring more regularly.

Enjoy...

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Jojo Roper Catches Bombs in Puerto


Rusty Surfboards team rider, Jojo Roper, really stepped off the deep end this time. You have to be pretty nuts to want to chase down waves like the one featured; Jojo proves sometimes a little bit of crazy is a good thing...

Puerto Escondido's local photographer, Edwin Morales, was there (as always) to capture Jojo on this beast of wave. If you have not noticed, Edwin is the man down at Puerto Escondido... if you see a great image of Puerto, it was probably taken by Edwin. To see more of his photography visit www.moralesedwin.com.

To see more of Jojo and other Puerto Escondido Chargers check out this video clip featured on ESPN:

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