Dare Degree Are You Sure After nine successful releases it seems there are still new grounds to be covered on Lars Behrenroth's label Deeper Shades Recordings. The label head personally chose to take care of the situation and is now offering his first solo EP on his own label. Four tracks, barely representing Lars Behrenroth's versatility, are molding a complete package; even though different in styles, reminiscent in sound and quality. The Way You Move features a vocal lick by singer Chezere and brings you back into the early to mid 90's when house music made you dance with simple and happy chords plus a synth flute sound which will catch the attention of old school house fans.
Dissever shows Lars' love of slow buildups and minimal but effective developments in arrangements. Sweet Temptation EP Slotta. Face Down incl. Lars Behrenroth remix Gabriel Magdelani. Thrill Her Jack Son. Liselotte Michael Lovatt. Shady Worms incl. Keep On Dub feat. I Don't Know Michael Ashe.
Light Is New Heavyhandz. Inflection Lars Behrenroth. Accessibility help. Email or phone Password Forgotten account? Log In. Forgotten account? This is not a surf movie, it is a film about surfing's deepest roots: in the subconscious; in ancient lore; in the craft of surfboard building; in man's perpetual quest for a joyful relationship with the natural world.
I didn't think it was possible to make a boring surf movie, but Jack McCoy managed it. The premise of "A Deeper Shade of Blue" is a good one: the history of the evolution of surfing from its roots in Hawaii.
But the film is really a series of vignettes about several contemporary surfers--a couple with "retro" qualities, but none among the many pioneers who are still with us. Familiar, and apparently now mandatory, segments on terrifying barrels at Teahoupoo and Shipstern are inter-spliced with a thin historical narrative, that altogether would barely fill a Wikipedia page.
It jumps all over the place the narrator has to explain one non-sequitir by saying "we are getting ahead of our story" , and is accompanied by frustratingly brief clips from older surf films what, were the royalties too steep to afford to show a complete ride?
The dialog is the kind of drivel that early surfing magazine editors like Drew Kampion tried so hard to rise above. The exception is Gerry Lopez, who, with typical modesty, attributes his mastery of Pipeline to having a more advanced board than the other surfers at the time. The introductory "panel discussion" is embarrassing in it's self indulgence. For insight into Hawaiian surf culture, Dan Brown's documentary "Surfing for Life" is head and shoulders above "Deeper Shade of Blue," even though it is not the former film's primary theme.
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