Category Archives: by Angela

New Song | “The Mansplainer” | with Jonathan Mann!

We have a new original song for you, written with the amazing Jonathan “Song-a-day” Mann! It’s all about Mansplaining, that horrible buzzword.

You can download the song: Bandcamp (free/name your own price)

We are hearing that the YouTube comments are terrible! Want to read them? Click here!*

We encourage you to follow and support Jonathan online, he is great!
Jonathan’s Links: YouTube | Patreon | Buy his nerdy mixtape!

*don’t read them.

January Portland Shows | So many!

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It’s a big month for the Doubleclicks in Portland, and these are all really fun, very different-from-each-other shows. We really hope you’ll come out to one or a few of them—they aren’t your regular Doubleclicks-show flavor!

  • 1/16 and 1/6 : The Mont Chris Hubbard Bonus Show: This is a REALLY COOL ONE. We will be the featured guests here, playing fun covers, talking about science, playing games… plus you will be given handbells and a part to PLAY ALONG WITH OUR SONGS. Reservations encouraged. Mazza’s Supper Club. 7:30pm. All ages, $10-15.
  • 1/19: It’s Gonna Be Ok: This is a GREAT comedy showcase, and this month’s is geekier-than-usual! Featuring Barbara Holm, us, and more. Costumes encouraged! EastBurn. 8:30pm. 21+. Free.
  • 1/22: Online Concert: YouTube. 6pm Pacific.
  • 1/24: Night of Nerdiness: Board gaming from 8-9pm, and then music: the PDX Broadsides, The Doubleclicks, and ending with Thundering Asteroids! TARDIS Room. 9pm. 21+. $5 suggested
  • 1/25: FAMILY-FRIENDLY SHOW: You have been asking for another all-ages, kid-friendly show, and here it is!! Red Castle Games. 2pm. $10 per person, $20 per family (half is Red Castle Games credit).

2014 wrap-up | Clicks of past, present and future

Happy Holidays from Portland, friends. It’s come that time of year again, when I try to get my head around the year that’s ending. A time when I re-read these posts from the end of 2011, 2012 and 2013 and remember what a fool I was in the past, every moment until today. Gosh, past Angela was sure ignorant and silly, wasn’t she? Glad that’s all over.

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Our hair changed so often this year, I have no current photos of it. QUIRK FACTOR MAXIMUM.

What happened in 2014?

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Destination DIY Interview


We had the honor of being interviewed on the Destination DIY podcast! It is a really fun one. We talk about DIYing, and Kickstarter, and that fun stuff, and also The Worst Thing we’ve ever made, touring highs and lows, sexism and trust in the music industry…many, many things. Aubrey also talks a lot in this one, if you’re ever hoping for more Aubrey, this is the show for you!

iTunes | Destination DIY website | Soundcloud

Press Coverage Round-Up |, Bitch Media, More!


It’s been a cool couple days in Doublelicks-land, link-wise. We keep a running list of press mentions on our press page, but these are cool and note a specific mention:

Superfan note: If you go to these posts and leave a comment about the article, or even just visit, the spike in interest makes The Doubleclicks & our fans look good, and might make them want to cover us again! As a former journalist, I can say that this actually sometimes works.

December Livestream Concert | 12/19!

Join us Friday, December 19 (tomorrow!) for our monthly live-stream concert chat show! These have been a lot of fun all year. All you need to do is tune in! This month’s is at a special time: Noon Pacific, 3pm Eastern, and 8pm GMT—we want this one to be a reasonable hour for our friends in Europe to watch live! The direct link for this show is:

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You can vote on song requests on the show’s Facebook event!

New song | Sexist Bullshit

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The nice folks at Cards Against Humanity commissioned a new holiday song from us this year, and the result is this song called “Sexist Bullshit” (NSFW: swearing, heresy). Watch it at (Day 7), where you can also find lots of other hilarious videos from people like Paul and Storm, Marian Call, Molly Lewis, Loading Ready Run and more! Download the track from our bandcamp page.

Update: posted on and Huffington Post!

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Portland shows: One for New Year’s and one for ALL AGES!

Hello friends! I know it’s the holiday season so it’s a terrible time to be planning and promoting, but we have some exciting stuff we’d like to sneak on to your calendar.


new years geek facbeookWe are putting on a comedy/music/countdown show on New Year’s Eve!

*Tickets! *

$15, 18+. Doors at 10:00 (no earlier), show at 10:30!

Brody serves food and alcohol. Bring cash to tip your WONDERFUL bartenders!


We are finally putting on another Portland all-ages show: especially designed for kids and families! It will be 2pm January 25 at Red Castle Games.


Tickets, at the door, are $10 per person ($5 of which is Red Castle store credit) or maximum $20 for a family of 2 or more ($10 of which is Red Castle store credit). Tickets are not available online, but please feel free to RSVP on Facebook and invite your friends!

More show announcements in Portland are coming! We’ve been taking a relaxed fall and are hitting the ground running in 2015.

See you around!


Cyber Monday on our CDs & other purchasing ideas!

Cyber Monday is happening! I don’t know why, exactly, but it’s happening! There are too many things happening today to tweet or facebook about, so here’s a big post of our favorites (plus some plugs for our own CDs). Cyber away, friends!

1. THE DOUBLECLICKS: Let’s start with us: As always, you can buy our digital music, t-shirts, totes, dice, and kid’s-size shirts all on our bandcamp store.

Our special deal today is on our CDs, which are all $10 with one cent shipping, thanks to CDBaby! Click the CD for the direct link.

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Dimetrodon (2014)

Lasers & Feelings

Our 2013 CD

Chainmail & Cello

Our 2012 CD

Let’s move on to other people, now that our obligatory plug is done.

2. JOSEPH SCRIMSHAW: Funny human and nerd Joseph Scrimshaw has recorded a holiday album! You can pre-order it! In fact, we recommend that you do so!

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We covered TMBG | Professor Shyguy’s new album

Chiptune master Professor Shyguy released a new album of covers today and we are on it!

We are featured on two tracks: Ana Ng (by They Might Be Giants) and My Eyes (from Dr. Horrible).

The album also features Ashly Burch, Molly Lewis, Unwoman and more!

Brandt is a super talented musician with a beautiful voice and mad arranging chops, it was awesome to work with him on this. I think it turned out great!