New release from our Sketchy Kids Are Live archive!
New Artist Feature: Daily Del Sol
Today I’m sharing a youtube channel:
Del Sol is a really cool artist because his content lives at a crossroads between art, travel, nature and social media. There’s so many interesting dimensions to that. Personally I love when artists have these multiple angles of approach. Each can inform the other!
He seeks inspiration through travel and beyond just destinations but the study of landscape. This is a path well traveled by artists, so part of what sets Del Sol apart is the way he draws the audience in. You can participate in his creations by interacting on youtube! That’s what is so great about his page is that his creations are more than just static images – the audience can get insight into the process and lifestyle that goes into creating art.
We will be sharing more specific content by Del Sol going forward and we’re really excited to explore this awesome content with you lovely readers.
The Sketchy Kids are Live – Episode 5
Hi to our lovely readers!
After a bit of hiatus we are pleased to release the final episode of season 1!
This is our ORIGINAL cable access television show that is available online.
We are beginning post production of season two so expect us to be moving on to bigger and better things!
Pelham – Lost My Mind
Check out this video created by Pelham!
This video features a track off Pelham’s recent release. The location of the video is the iconic Stone Arch bridge in Minneapolis. Pelham, apart from being an original musician, is a producer who is engaged in the overall Minneapolis music scene. He has collaborated with Sketchy Kids by featuring a video in our original cable access television show. He runs Meteor Base, a studio specializing in music production and marketing. Not only that, he coordinates a open mic in Northeast Minneapolis.
Pelham’s work in the community shows in this video. Other musicians in the local scene make appearances in the video, which is really cool for me to see! Unfortunately I was unable to make the shoot myself, but it goes to show that Pelham’s community is on point.
Check out the video and be sure to support local artists!
“this song is the first track off my recent release silver lining. it’s about when you stay up all night until the sun comes up with your friends. stay beautiful ~”