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!
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!
Creator of MST3K, author of Name Of The Wind, genius songwriters of geek and comedy, and US. You best be at Nerds & Music, Portland.
And watch the video on YouTube:
THIS SHOW HAS BEEN RESCHEDULED to February 17.
Every month we’ve been hosting a live-stream free show on the Internet with songs, chatting and guests! For February, the show is on Tuesday, February 17 at 12pm Pacific time/8pm GMT! Request a song in the comments below or ON OUR FACEBOOK POLL… and we’ll see you Tuesday!
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.
What happened in 2014?
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:
- BITCH MEDIA: We were interviewed by Sarah Mirk on the Popaganda podcast about Geekdom, sexism, and staying positive. We also played a song, and the other guests include some of our favorite humans, Elizabeth Sampat and Sammus.
- the FEMINIST CHRISTMAS SONG that we wrote for Cards Against Humanity’s HolidayBullshit.com project got picked up a few cool places: Mic.com | Huffington Post | Bustle | Cosmopolitan.com (YES THAT IS COSMO)
- OREGONIAN: Our Kickstarter got a mention in the O’s music end-of-year post.
- CAT CHANNEL: I’m really excited that we were written about on a site called “Cat Channel.”
- Musician, fangirl and awesome human THEFIFTHSISTER wrote a comprehensive review and introduction to the Doubleclicks on her nerd music blog.
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.
Our music is on Pandora!!! Hooray! Check it out!
It took a while for the submission to process… but we finally MADE IT! We’re very excited!! We’re working on adding more albums now. Writing a review and “liking” us helps us a lot! If Pandora’s not your thing, you can stream our music on Spotify, YouTube and Bandcamp!