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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I love seeing my man Jeffrey Garcia doing big things, because his vision is unmatched, and his motivation to create these visions is unflappable. Recently, he dropped by the Atomic Radio Hour to speak on Radio Candy, his other films, and the other things that influence his creative process. Over the course of the hour-plus long chat, we get some insight into both the host and the filmmaker, so definitely give it a listen, a share and a comment!
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.
The combination of PNTHN and Jeffrey Garcia has produced nothing but gold so far, and that trend doesn’t look like it’ll be ending anytime soon. For their latest collective effort, PNTHN and Garcia put together an ode to the films of Tarantino, Scorcese and a couple of other prolific filmmakers for the Henny Dreams music video. The result is a wonderful mash-up of bars, a banging beat and hilarious references to iconic moments in film from the past 30 years or so. The work from all parties involved has continued to get better and better with each effort, and I can only imagine where PNTHN and Garcia will land if they keep churning out work of this nature.
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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Chrome is not the first time that Jeffrey Garcia has directed a video for PNTHN, but so much has happened for both camps since their last collaboration that Chrome serves as exhibit A for evidence of growth. Garcia has become an award-winning short film director, slowly working his way through the independent festival circuit in the search for a big opportunity. PNTHN has taken their potential energy and turned it into tons of exposure and many chances to rock for crowds all over Texas. Chrome could serve as the first true statement video for PNTHN in the wake of their new-found success, and as another wonderful notch in Garcia‘s creative belt. Definitely spread this one around, as everyone involved deserves the love this one is getting.
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