Soul vocalist and bandleader SeanFresh West dropped a video for "K.E.A. (Kill 'Em All)" from 2015's "The Teshuvah Project I: The FreshSeason" today, conceived and written just after his mother's home was robbed. "Despite the title, I wrote the song and video to show a picture of protecting the innocent," West said.
Shot and directed by Seth Savoy and produced by Don Dash, the video stars Kyle Wigginton, Epiphany Morrow (Big Piph), Shamenia W., Joe St. Ana, Antonio Blake and SeanFresh West.
The podcast Design Matters, published by Design Observer, is celebrating its 10th year and they are revisiting some of their best episodes from the last decade. I just finished this week's replay of the interview with the Scottish born illustrator Marion Deuchars. At the end of the wonderful interview, her two young sons are invited into the studio near where they pitch in some of their own thoughts on art and, in particular, drawing in the art books their mother created for children and adults.
by Will Stephenson, Bryan Moats, Kaya Herron and Lindsey Millar
World wide weird duo Rural War Room (Donavan Suitt & Byron Werner) is celebrating 10 years of broadcasting and production here in Little Rock and abroad. RWR Radio on KABF 88.3 FM (10 p.m. Tuesdays or anytime on their website), features the duo alternating records in an effort to surprise one another.
BRASHER: Hello Arkansans, this is the first piece from us, Brasher and Rowe and we are some dudes who work in downtown Little Rock and we eat lunch and just talk about all the exciting things around here.
IndieWire breaks news long whispered downtown — a more ambitious successor to the Little Rock Film Festival is in the works, with backing from writer/director Jeff Nichols, a Little Rock native. His "Loving" has won wide acclaim recently.