Connect the dots. Something big is coming. Stay tuned….
Our short film collaboration with musician Jared Dylan is coming soon at Tower records in Dublin! Check out the teaser below!
We’re really excited for our crossover music video with singer/songwriter Jared Dylan, over 220K views! Let’s keep it going, check it out when you have a chance.
Here’s another partnership with The Beach Chronicles Comic, @alexchiongtattoo Tattoo Studio! The comic is available now with signed copies by TBC comic artist Gianfranco Bianchi @notreal.mp4 . Tattoos are a big part of The Beach Chronicles mythos with cover tattoo design by @borisbianchi and back cover logos by @xorart.
More as the story rolls out, but big things coming, so make sure you get this first run now, stay tuned and you’ll see what we mean!
Get it here!
Alex Chiong Tattoo Studio
12949 Biscayne Blvd
North Miami FL 33181
The Beach Chronicles COMIC ONE and COMIC TWO are now available at Nue Studio and SWEAT Records in North Miami!
SWEAT Records 5505 NE 2nd Ave, Miami, FL 33137
Nue Studio-4500 NW 2nd Ave
Miami, FL 33127
Get the comic and listen as you read in the TBC Radio Noir section of the website.
Comic Two features Jimmy Jean Louis from the hit TNT show CLAWS and NBC’s Heroes/Heroes Reborn and rocker Rami Jaffee of the super group The Foo Fighters. See more at the TBC Comic section!
The Beach Chronicles Live Action (TBC-LX) vignette webisode series features three of the characters from the project; Andromeda (featured in the animated film) played by actress Arlene Tur (Eat Pray Love,Crash, Torchwood-Miracle Day), Stingray (featured in the podcast two/comic two in production) played by Emmy Award winning actor Jordi Vilasuso and “T” played by actor/rocker Steve Gibb (Black Label Society, guitarist/vocalistfor Barry Gibb of the Bee Gees). The live action series follows the journey of the mysterious artifacts that are being collected and fought over by seemingly opposing sides in a three sided battle. The vignette series fits as a vital piece of the overall story unwinding through different platforms. The following are production stills.