Austin and San Marcos may be known for their artistic nature and their weirdness, but if you had to create a tier list, the top tier would almost be guaranteed to include Attic Ted. After quite the set of extensive touring runs overseas, Attic Ted and his band managed to find the time to hit the studio for the eight powerful tracks that are the instant classic that is Kafka Dreaming. All of the earmarks of the Attic Ted sound are present, but the songwriting continues to grow in depth, the quality of the recordings has improved (not that it was bad to begin with), which makes the overall experience that much more pleasurable. Definitely cop this one, take a deep dive in, and pass it around for others to do the same. Bonus info, check out Attic Ted live if you see he’s in your area, because it’s quite the experience.
After dropping his latest shocking music video, Attic Ted is right back at it again with Kafka Dreaming, a collaborative effort with director Rebreakfast and cameraman Ian Cone. The project was filmed in tandem with resources provided by Adult Swim, including access to their animation services and an abandoned warehouse in Atlanta. With these resources, Attic Ted and crew have made another mind-blowing video, this one complete with transfers between different mediums, including film, traditional and digital animation. Definitely dig this one and dig it good, leave a comment, and share it around so others can enjoy!
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Over the past couple of years, Attic Ted has found himself exploring the clubs, pubs, museums and DIY spaces of Europe via several tours of different countries. His eccentric and exhilarating performance has always been appreciated stateside, but he’s really been making waves to the point the trips overseas have become somewhat frequent. Recently, while stopping by Galerie Kirschey in Germany, Attic Ted hooked up with Raw Gigs to perform Take Me Back To Tulsa for their YouTube channel. The result is a unique presentation of an Attic Ted standard, fit and ready for you to watch, like, comment and share. Seeing Attic Ted relishing in his opportunities is inspiring, so definitely take a moment to check him out!
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When Attic Ted and Jeffrey Garcia collaborate, wonderful things happen. Way back in 1919, How Ya Gonna Keep Em Down On The Farm was penned, and nearly a century later, it is still relevant, so leave it to Attic Ted to include his version on his latest release, Parade Dust Mischief. Enter Jeffrey Garcia, who is known for his uncanny ability to put memorable visuals to great music, and he does not disappoint for this endeavor. Sprinkle in some familiar faces and we’ve got another wonderful piece of Texas art to be proud of. Give it a like, give it a share, and support independent music!
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Texas-based musical innovator Attic Ted will soon be visiting Bulgaria for an appearance at Neu Berlin. In anticipation of this huge event, Attic Ted put together a polite greeting/introduction, followed by a 12 song education of his musical influences from Texas. It is an exciting journey down a history of wonderful sounds.. dive right in, and share it with your friends.
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