The Dork Forest is an awesome wonderful podcast hosted by comedian Jackie Kashian in which she asks people about the things they know way too much about. She interviewed each of us (separately! like we are two different people!) and you can listen to the episodes now!
Here’s a copy of our latest e-mail newsletter!
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Hello awesome nerds!Things are going pretty awesome in Doubleclicksland. We just wrapped our Kickstarter, which, thanks to you, raised over $55,000 for our next album! We’re going to be working on that album this summer, but we’ve got LOTS of shows planned as well, including Portland, Eugene, Bend, Seattle, and conventions from CA to MA to GA to AUSTRALIA. Scroll to the end for a full schedule of shows! Continue reading
PORTLAND, ORE.: We have a whole series of awesome shows with touring national acts coming up in Portland this summer! Pick up a rewards-sticker-art card at any show to get entered into our contest! The more shows you attend, the more entries into the awesome prize raffle you will earn, plus you will be able to finish the sticker card’s MYSTERY PICTURE! It’s a game and an activity! And it starts tomorrow!
The latest Patreon-funded new song is up on our YouTube Channel! Check out “Why Can’t Every City Be Portland!”
We’re about to go on a fun mini-tour to a few places we don’t make it to very often! It’s going to be awesome/cool! Please come see us!
This is our big video for April: a song about a tiny paper elephant, based on photos submitted by our Patreon Patrons and Twitter followers. We are super excited about this, especially about the fact that you made it with us!
Portland: it’s a big time for us—there are lots of shows coming up! I have a summary for you below, and I highly recommend you JOIN THE PORTLAND DOUBLECLICKS FACEBOOK GROUP to get information about everything coming up including special PRIZES! Hooray Prizes!
Stay tuned for all of the fun!
TONIGHT, April 20, at 8:30 pm, join us at our favorite comedy show, “It’s Gonna Be Ok”. This is a free show in the basement of Eastburn featuring some of Portland’s best comics plus US! It’s a good idea to get there early to get a seat and a drink before it starts.
NEXT MONDAY, April 27, at 7:30, we will be guest-hosting and providing a mini mid-event-concert for “The Movie Quiz” trivia night at the Hollywood Theater! The event is $5 and it’s really fun trivia, even if you aren’t a big movie buff. We highly recommend checking it out!
in May we are going to be out of town on tour, but as soon as we get back there is a LOT going on, for example…
On JUNE 20, Angela will be a judge at Floating World Comics’ CAPTAIN PICARD DAY art show. If you like Star Trek, this is an excellent event to check out. It is crazy cool.
And then starting June 29, we will be having a TON of summer shows with touring bands from around the country. The dates aren’t all announced yet (though the image below has some information)—but I can tell you that there are EIGHT different acts (plus the Doubleclicks) combined on all of the shows planned so far. It’s going to be lots of fun!
We love Denver and we’ll be there this weekend at AnomalyCon @ the Denver Tech Center Hyatt! The concert is free with convention pass, which will be available at the hotel only—$20 for a Saturday badge or $35 for the whole weekend!! Children under 8 are free and ages 8-13 are half price with a registered adult.
CONCERT: Saturday night 3/28 at 9pm in room Grand Mesa ABC (the main events room)
PANEL: Sunday 3/29, 11am: “Kickstarting with Passion” in room “Wind River A”!
And look for us around the con, you may see us signing and selling in the dealer’s hall and probably taking lots of pictures of people in costumes! :D
On Wednesday April 22nd for one night only, we’re coming back to Comicazi right in the middle of Somerville for a fun intimate show in the back room!
You can get your tickets in advance of the show on BrownPaperTickets right now.
1. Premium seats are $15. Get up close and personal during the show with this guaranteed seat at the front of the venue.
2. General admission is $10.
The show starts at 7 pm and runs until about 9 pm. Doors open at 6:30.
We have some fun new press coverage to share with you today!
We spoke with Stephanie at Talking Comics. Stephanie found us when we put a call out on Twitter saying this:
We were interested in having a more balanced set of interviews. We love talking to everybody, but we suspected that we might get more out of an interview when talking to a person who was a woman (for example, men tend to ask a lot of the same “what is it like to be a woman” and “since when do geek girls exist” questions, and we’d love to talk about other things). And hey—we were right, at least in Stephanie’s case.
Stephanie is an amazing interviewer and I was super interested in her questions and this conversation. Her podcast is called “Talking Comics” but we talked about a lot more than comics. Procrastination, quitting your job with and without a safety net, Nutella lattes, our future as the Aunts from Sabrina the Teenage Witch, which super villain Aubrey wants to be, and our ideal fictional supergroup. Listen to Talking Comics!
We are very excited about the #NerdNightOut tour so we made this ad for the show! Czech it out! And get all the details at NerdNightOut.com.
We sat down in our studio and chatted with Sean from the Portland Cool Podcast. This was fun, Sean is just starting up his podcast and we met in an improv class! From what I remember, we talked about improv, being cool, the open mic scene, our first album, and probably the cat keyboard? That usually happens. Enjoy it!