18Seconds #13: Club Keramas, Caribbean & more
Inside this issue: The Caribbean comes alive, Luke Egan Komunes, The Gold Coast & more
Surfersvillage Global Surf News, 19 October, 2012 : - - Inside No. 13 we take you on a Caribbean adventure to a wave you’ll never want to leave, plus some handy travel tips for the looming season… trust us, you’ll want to find this joint! We speak to Luke Egan about his new resort, Komune and investigate the environmental and social impacts of the dreamy resort overlooking one of the world’s dreamiest waves.
From small players to The Who’s Who of shapers, the Gold Coast is one of the globe’s most recognised boardbuilding communities. Come and meet the guys blending the rails.
As El Nino begins to neutralise we take a gander at swell potential for the looming cyclone season along the east coast of Australia. We profile northern beaches photographer Alex Marks with some of his finest visual moments and he takes you behind the scenes of each photo. Just press play to listen.
There’s a schoolboy from Stanwell Park in New South Wales called Kalani Ball. And shit, can he surf! Come and meet the kid. Jake 'Yaki' Newell (our music reviewer and Fasterlouder.com.au writer) throws down his thoughts on The Upskirts and Willow Beats. All this, plus a bunch of multimedia and sound clips.
Author: Andy Morris / 18Seconds
Tags: 18Seconds, Gold Coast Shapers, Caribbean, Luke Egan