It feels good starting off 2020 on the right foot. After a collaborative year with K Death of the iconic duo Moodie Black (a year in which she produced projects for several underground Texas juggernauts), I am happy to announce the release of Panic Ruminations on January 24. In order to properly support the roll-out, I hooked up with the homie Jeffrey Garcia from the Dream-Atomic camp, and he helped me capture footage for the limit is mythic, the lead single from the upcoming project. Check it out, leave a like and a comment, share it around so we can get those view counts up, and stay tuned for the release of the full project.
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Jeffrey Garcia is at it again (which implies he ever stops), and this time he brought Brian Kennemer back in the mix. The duo takes a mocking swing at used car dealerships and their fast talking nature with Brian’s Used Cars Emporium, a highly stylized bit of fun in the vein of Tim & Eric. The ending is pitch perfect after the brief bout of madness these two drag you through. Super hilarious for sure. Make sure to leave it a like, a comment, and share it around while you’re at it.
After a successful crowdfunding venture and many weeks in production, Jeffrey Garcia is almost ready to release his latest creation, and Radio Candy looks like a doozey for real. With Justin Conway (of Conwaythewhale), Nix Nova, and a host of Garcia regulars in tow, and what looks to be a reinvigorated and bolder approach to his already irreverently brilliant visions, Radio Candy looks to be a definitive point in both 2018’s creative output and Garcia‘s long term career.
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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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WARNING : This film contains nudity, watch at your own discretion.
Jeffrey Garcia and his Dream-Atomic cohorts are at it again, and this one is destined to be a classic… we may have a new John Waters on our hands. Whimsy & Hester is definitely a standout film in an already stellar catalog. Izzi Iverson and Rebekah Porter give wonderful performances as the title characters, the supporting cast give performances that support in the truest sense of the word, and the humor is tight and snappy. Jeffrey Garcia and his crew of actors seem to have found a wonderful rhythm, so here’s to hoping that the sustain continues to produce quality material.
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When it comes to Jeffrey Garcia and Dream-Atomic Films, you know that you’re about to be in for one hell of a unique ride. Up next to bat is the short film Whimsy & Hester, the story of conjoined twins attempting to lose their virginity by prom night. With an all-star San Marcos cast in tow, this looks like it will be one for the books. Wake The Dead Coffee House will be hosting a screening on October 11, so be sure to check it out if you’re in the area.
After a relatively strong 2016, San Marcos-based filmmaker Jeffrey Garcia has been in rapid attack mode via a series of short projects released in the last couple of months. The latest is sunflower, starring Bri Lee of Lambchop fame, and Jeffrey Garcia also makes a brief appearance in this one. The future seems to hold nothing but entertainment for us that are staying in the know about Jeffy’s Playhouse.