Side Notes | 14th February 2020

Side Notes is a weekly round up of everything and anything that catches our short attention span over the past week, coming to you live and direct every Friday.


Surf Cuba

"...Cuba’s waves are unique. Take Marina Hemingway, named after the writer who spent so many years in Cuba, which grinds and thumps against the concrete wall of the harbor. Or Baracoa Bay, which wedges off the rusted, tetanus-ridden hull of an old shipwreck."


The Rolling Stones - You Can't Always Get What You Want

London, 1968. The Stones, with the original lineup before the exile of Brian Jones a few months later, performing live for the BBC along with The Who, Jethro Tull and the temporary supergroup The Dirty Mac (Keith Richards, John Lennon, Eric Clapton and Mitch Mitchell).


Cabbage Tree Bay, NSW


"Do a Kickflip!" - Best of 2019

Because there is something endearing about Tony Hawk driving around San Diego ordering pedestrian skaters to perform for him.