Hope you like it!
Have you heard of Cards Against Humanity? It’s a party game for horrible people. Horrible, horrible people. If you’re in to being horrible, and offensive, and laughing a lot – it’s a game you have probably already played.
This year, for PAX, we were asked by the very folks who make Cards Against Humanity to produce for them an “official theme song.” So we did. I should warn you – it’s not safe for work, for young ears, or for “not horrible”-type people.
You can download “A Good Game Of Cards” as a DRM-free mp3, for no money at all, at the Cards Against Humanity website. Scroll down to the FAQ and click on “does Cards Against Humanity have an official theme song?” Or just click here to stream it directly.
At the end of each episode of Comedy Bang Bang, host Scott Aukerman introduces a new, fan-submitted “theme song” for the “plugs” segment – the part of the show where his guests, comedians and artists, plug their latest projects, TV shows, and so on. On the latest episode of CBB, Scott played a song that we submitted!! And ROB CORDDRY heard it!!! Yesssss!
Our plugs theme was actually played once before on CBB, and Tig Notaro was there, which is awesome. If you’re a fan of comedy and podcasts, take a listen to those podcasts! And if you aren’t, but would still like to hear the song we wrote (though it may be sort of confusing out of context) – take a listen below. You can also download it free!
Hi guys! We just wrote a new song for the most recent Song Fu challenge: “Write a song about a robot all alone in a place very, very far away.”
This song is about the Mars Science Laboratory (Curiosity.)
We had a great time at Rose City Comic-Con this weekend, and PAX last weekend! And we’re about to take off for our tour! We’ve announced a couple new dates on the tour, and there will be at least one more announced – so keep an eye on the tour page.
Love you all. xoxo
As is our tradition (we’ve done it twice), this Labor Day weekend we released a few tracks on a pay-what-you-want (including free) EP, for all of con-goers looking for new music, students heading back to school, and people who attribute no real significance to this time of year, but still like free music.
The EP is called “Not a Meme”
For this month’s Song Fu, Ken Plume challenged us to write a birthday song “that never explicitly states it’s a birthday song.” This is our entry.
July 29 was Wil Wheaton’s birthday. And this year, he declared that his birthday should be “Don’t Be A Dick Day,” and so it became so.
Wil is an astoundingly friendly, happy, and positive person. He’s a guy you want to hug and hang out with, and he inspires you to create awesome things instead of moping around and complaining.
Anyway, here’s the song we wrote! It’s also a free download on Bandcamp.
The photo in this album art is used under a Creative Commons License. It was taken by Ben Zvan.
I’ve been doing a bad job of keeping this blog up-to-date on our songwriting: but it is happening! We are writing new songs at least monthly for Song Fu. And here they are: