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National Lampoon releases first original album in 35 years

National Lampoon is set to release its first original album in more than 35 years, Are There Any Triggers Here Tonight? The album has been created by key Lampoon veteran Tony Hendra and his brilliant satirical team at The Final Edition Radio Hour. With its uncompromising satirical thrust and healthy disregard for establishment assumptions, Are […]

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Noah Gardenswartz is quite “Blunt” about his place in this world

Noah Gardenswartz completely delivers on his new album, Blunt. Gardenswartz showcases an ability to be a storyteller while mixing in punchlines derived through observations, playing on words, and pop culture references. Gardenswartz comments on the world around him and shows how he’s not quite a fit. He’s got the point of a view of a […]

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W. Kamau Bell’s “Semi-Prominent Negro” set for album release, Tour announced

Critically-acclaimed socio-political comedian W. Kamau Bell (Totally Biased, CNN’s United Shades of America) announces the album release of his first solo stand-up special W. Kamau Bell: Semi-Prominent Negro. Directed by Morgan Spurlock (Super Size Me, Freakonomics) and originally seen on Showtime, Semi-Prominent Negro was filmed before a live audience in Brooklyn and features Kamau’s uniquely […]

Glen Tickle Album Features

Glen Tickle is the substitute teacher you’ve always needed

“I wanna get something out of the way,” Tickle starts. “Mr. Tickle. Not a stage name, not a joke… Glen Tickle is just my name that I use in every day life.” Tickle a former pre-school science teacher, currently a parent, “Thor God of Thunder,” and self-proclaimed nerd; and on Glen Tickle (Yes, Really), he shares his comedic navigation through […]

Henry Phillips Neither Here Nor There Features

Henry Phillips explains that things are “Neither Here Nor There”

Henry Phillips’ new album, Neither Here Nor There, is out for wide release this August 19th. Phillips is known for incorporating music into his act, and this new album is no different. Between his soft voice and acoustic sound, the album has a feel of a real folk music production. A little diddley opens it […]

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Rhea Butcher lays down all that she is and more on “Butcher”

The album, Butcher, is a great first impression of Rhea Butcher, and it is out this August 19th. Butcher explains that she’s always been a vegetarian even, “in utero.” When she accidentally ate pepperoni for the first time, she describes the taste as, “a spicy belt.” She loves animals so much that she cried while […]

JT Habersaat Features

JT Habersaat’s new album “Misanthrope” is pure punk

Here’s an old joke for you; how many punk rockers does it to change a light bulb? Two, one to change the bulb, and one to yell out, “That’s so punk rock.” Here’s another one for you. How many punk rockers does it take to create a comedy album? One, JT Habersaat. He has a […]

Jen Kirkman Features

Jen Kirkman is gonna die alone, but she feels fine

Jen Kirkman starts her latest album with a headfirst plunge into her prepared material about the timing of climate change. The comedian is asking scientists how much indulgence can she have in relation to the end of the world. If it’s so close to collapsing, she begs, “When can I start smoking again?” She is […]

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Cool Thing To Buy This Week: “Trump vs. Bernie: Live from Brooklyn” on CD

With the current political climate, levity is sometimes needed. That’s where Anthony Atamanuik and James Adomian come into play. Both masterful impressionists, the duo take on the roles of both Donald Trump and Bernie Sanders. The pair has set up a killer show that’s set up debate style pitting the two (well now one) Presidential […]