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.
Alex Knost's directorial debut showcases the highly talented and radical style of Knost and his buddies; Lee Ann Curren, Michael Gebruary, Harry Bryant and Karina Rozunko. Midlengths and logs occupy the screen with no time for thrusters, soundtracked by Knost and Curren, this is 25 minutes well worth your time.
The Clash - Straight to Hell
Hard to stand out on an album with Rock the Casbah and Should I Stay or Should I Go? and Straight to Hell is probably only known to most as the sample on MIA's monster hit Paper Planes, but it is one of the finest tracks on Combat Rock.
Iguazu Falls, Argentina
Yuri Facchini is becoming a regular in this spot and rightly so, the best thing to come out of Brazil since Ronaldinho. Filmed all in his backyard of Brazil, Yuri and his pals lay siege to rails, gaps and of course features plenty of Yuri's trademark technical mastery.