E-mail (for booking, interviews, questions, and everything else):

leftclick @

Stay up-to-date on our show schedules & new music by joining our e-mail list.

The Doubleclicks do write a limited number of songs on a commission basis. If you are interested in commissioning a song, e-mail:

angela @

Mailing Address, for old-school delivery (not checked regularly)

The Doubleclicks
PO Box 14905
Portland, OR 97293

You can also be a super awesome person and join the Doubleclique “fan club.” You will be issued a sequential serial number and honored in the hall of fame.

Booking the Doubleclicks:

Fans: Should we play in your town? Tell us where to go by filling out this form!

And make sure you’re on our e-mail list so that you don’t miss us in your city!

Conventions/venues/businesses:  E-mail We are currently looking to book conventions & other shows around the country for 2014!

Comic/game store owners: We have a whole FAQ page for comic and game store owners interested in hosting concerts! Read that & e-mail us!

If you’d like to host a house show: read the House concert FAQ & send us an e-mail: with the name of your city in the subject line.

16 thoughts on “Contact

  1. My favorite venue in North Virginia is Jammin Java and if you come I will bring 8 friends! … and you can get coffee right there.

  2. I heard technical writer on a radio show and set out to download the song. Shortly after I stumbled upon this site and am very impressed with your work. Thank you for sharing your music!

  3. You two are the most original and interesting musical combo I have seen in a long time. Keep up the incredible work, and thank Snarkeable next time you see her for turning me onto your sounds. Thanks again!

  4. ANGELA! I read about you in the eagle and I have to say I love your “Uncle Geek’s House” song, it’s wonderful. Good to see your up to some interesting and beautiful things! I also noticed you were wearing one earring (I think) and it made me smile. triumvirate 4 eva! ;)

  5. I’ve been into computers since I got my first teletype LOL Started part-time in computers in 1971 as an operator on mainframes. Yes, girls can be geeks and for the most part do more than guys!

  6. Looking forward to seeing / hearing you at GenCon in Indy. I just found out about you and heard the song “nothing to prove” on Youtube. As a ‘geek” musician, I am glad to see that you have been able to be successful….

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