11 Songs, 41 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Champion big wave surfer McNamara makes light reggae that brings Jack Johnson closer to Bob Marley, and his debut album, A Dollar Short & A Minute Late, has the kind of breezy, acoustic guitar pop tunes you'd sing around the campfire after a day on the ocean. "Jam with You" sways with buoyant horns and a slippery rhythm that Hawaiian crew The Late Ones ride with relaxed rapping. "Deep Water" turns paddling out to sea into metaphor, the singer expressing his troubles while a rolling beat waits to guide him home.

EDITORS’ NOTES

Champion big wave surfer McNamara makes light reggae that brings Jack Johnson closer to Bob Marley, and his debut album, A Dollar Short & A Minute Late, has the kind of breezy, acoustic guitar pop tunes you'd sing around the campfire after a day on the ocean. "Jam with You" sways with buoyant horns and a slippery rhythm that Hawaiian crew The Late Ones ride with relaxed rapping. "Deep Water" turns paddling out to sea into metaphor, the singer expressing his troubles while a rolling beat waits to guide him home.

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