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A few years ago, Cut Chemist did a down-tempo track called “Layered Laird”, which may or may not have been in honor of surfer Laird Hamilton but it sounds like a perfect track for him and a movie involving surf footage at half speed.
It seems Cut Chemist is at it again, and this time you’ll have to see it during tonight’s episode of ABC’s Lost. The vinyl junkie has created a remix of The Surfaris‘s classic surf song “Wipe Out”, which will be airing in one of the commercials. Even if you’re not a fan of Lost (like me), set your DVR’s.
In the meantime, Cut Chemist is enjoying himself on tour in Australia so if you’re there, check him out of shows haven’t sold out.
I interviewed Carlos Menau awhile back in The Run-Off Groove and the guy has kept busy ever since. He just put up his new podcast called Casamena: Global Soul, and you can take a listen by clicking here.