Friday To-Do: The Chill | Rock Candy

Friday, June 13, 2008

Friday To-Do: The Chill

Posted By on Fri, Jun 13, 2008 at 10:04 AM

click to enlarge unknown.jpg

Slow flow.

THE CHILL
9 p.m., Revolution. $10.

There are talented musicians all over the place in Central Arkansas, but nowhere is musical success tied to the rigors of capitalism like within local hip-hop. A sizeable majority of local artists aspires to live off their music; several even do. No one, locally, thinks more about the business of music than Chane “Epiphany” Morrow, the rapper who fronts the live hip-hop band One Night Stand and heads the local label Conduit Entertainment. The Stanford-educated 28-year-old has elaborate philosophies on everything from hosting parties to targeting demographics when selling mixtapes. On Friday, he celebrates the launch of his biggest endeavor yet, IAmTheLife.net, a promotional website that will highlight the evolving careers of six local acts. Specific details remained closely guarded at press time, but Epiphany has promised the site will include interactive elements, video and downloadable music. The featured artists include Epiphany, Suga City, DK and Souljah T, 607, Carteaire Custom and Sean West. At “The Chill,” the regular concert series Epiphany organizes, Epiphany and One Night Stand perform with 607 and, for the first time in months, slow-roll duo Suga City. DJ Discipline mans the turntables. There's bound to be audio/visual presentations. 

The official release won't be a the show. There'll probably just be talk about it.

From the ArkTimes store

Favorite

Comments

Subscribe to this thread:

Add a comment

More by Lindsey Millar

  • The First Amendment, Yo Edition

    The latest in the legal fight to stop a law that would prevent Planned Parenthood from performing abortions in Arkansas, the cancellation of a rap show in Little Rock and its First Amendment implications, a stunning investigative report on drug court defendants being forced to work for free for Arkansas poultry companies and bellicose Tom Cotton — all covered on this week's podcast.
    • Oct 13, 2017
  • Come with the Arkansas Times to the Johnny Cash Heritage Festival

    After several years of Arkansas State University in Jonesboro hosting benefit concerts to raise money for the restoration of Johnny Cash's boyhood home, this year the Johnny Cash Heritage Festival debuts in Dyess just outside the Cash homeplace. And of course the Arkansas Times is chartering a bus to be there. The lineup is spectacular: Kris Kristofferson (one of the greatest songwriters of all-time easily), Rosanne Cash, Joanne Cash and Tommy Cash and Buddy Jewel.
    • Oct 13, 2017
  • Arkansas State Fair opens the midway

    and much more.
    • Oct 12, 2017
  • More »

Readers also liked…

  • Judge anticipates punishment of lawyers in Fort Smith class action case

    Federal Judge P.K. Holmes of Fort Smith issued a 32-page ruling yesterday indicating he contemplates punishment of 16 lawyers who moved a class action lawsuit against an insurance company out of his court to a state court in Polk County after a settlement had been worked out.
    • Apr 15, 2016
  • John Goodson and others add lawyers for hearing on forum shopping

    Lawyers facing federal court sanctions for forum shopping a class action insurance case have brought in new legal guns from out of state to fight potential sanctions.
    • May 26, 2016
  • Lawyers plead for mercy in Fort Smith forum shopping case

    Twelve of the lawyers facing punishment by federal Judge P.K. Holmes in Fort Smith for moving a class action case against an insurance company out of his court to a state court where it was speedily settled have filed their argument against sanctions.
    • Jun 16, 2016

Most Shared

Most Recent Comments

Blogroll

Slideshows

More »

 

© 2017 Arkansas Times | 201 East Markham, Suite 200, Little Rock, AR 72201
Powered by Foundation