surf beat

surf beat

[′sərf ‚bēt]
(oceanography)
Oscillations of water level near shore, associated with groups of high breakers.
References in classic literature ?
Together we shall find the Princess of Ptarth and with you Kar Komak will return to the world of men--such a world as he knew in the long-gone past when the ships of mighty Lothar ploughed angry Throxus, and the roaring surf beat against the barrier of these parched and dreary hills."
They found that their size and spacing was attributable to "surf beat," which occurs when longer waves in the open ocean catch up with shorter waves and create wave groups known as sets.
It was a one off recording and the minute I heard the track, because of the surf beat it has running through it, I just instantly loved it."
Kent Crowley's SURF BEAT; ROCK N ROLL'S FORGOTTEN REVOLUTION (9781617130076, $19.99) has been researched over a period of many years and is packed with anecdotes and insights form surfers, musicians, record label owners and more to provide the first in-depth story of surf music since its beginnings.
"Surf Beat: Rock 'n Rolls's Forgotten Revolution" speaks about the renaissance of rock in the early 1960s in Southern California where another genre of music came into being, inspired by the care free and loose living culture of the era.
I'm not sure if it's the oxygenated water from the breakers, or if redfish fully understand just how much they don't want to get beached, but the fight of a red in the surf beats the heck out of a red in the river.
Exotic guitars, surf beats and the rapid-Ere bonhomie between Fred and his two foils, Kate and Cindy.
Joey: And guitar, there is that twang; I started hearing that, the combination of twang and surf beats and drums in Tucson more, started thinking about it more listening to Link Wray, who was really popular in Tucson.