Photos by Robbie Warden & John Waddell, Text by Robbie Warden
Captain Catsburg, Robbie Walktheplank Walker, n dudes.
Wednesday night saw the premier of Transfer Magazine’s new film Go Seek featuring Australia and New Zealand shredders across the northern-hemi winter at Thousand Pound Bend, deep in Melbourne’s CBD alley ways.
With captain Catsburg at the helm the snow pirates and shred frothers were given AGWA shots, entertained and welcomed to the season’s premier oz film.
The cinematography headed by Ben Ryan and John Waddell kept the viewing interesting and indy rock sound track refreshing from the upbeat pop disco era in the past, 2011’s a year of bands, guitar solos and ear bleeding vocals.
Viewing highlights included Jake McCarthy going hard and went down for a solid section behind epic rock ballads, Mitch Allan powder puff turns through japan rock ledges and pristine scenery in waist deep in pow dissappearing after each saki filled slash. The Silverton adventurers Tom Pelly and Jye Kearney camp out in a hut deep within the Colorado back country, outer isolation natural wall rides and escapism to a blissed out sound track and artistic angles.
The perfect psych up for the dump this week on the mountains around VIC, NSW and TAS, best of luck with snow too -NZ bros.
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