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Find the Doubleclicks’ Latest Interviews & Links!

Doubleclicks JoCo Cruise 2017Hello from JoCo Cruise 2017! If you’re wondering how it’s going, we included a pic of us with Molly Lewis, above. Let’s just say it’s been the latest in a series of amazing adventures over the past few weeks–including the launch of the Kickstarter for our latest album, Love Problems, which ends March 13! Make sure to check out our rad rewards!

We’ve had a fantastic time promoting our new album and launching a couple new videos along the way–read all about them:

The Math of You: In Episode 025, Lucas Brown welcomes Aubrey to the show to chat about the Beatles’ Rubber Soul and Sesame Street‘s Telly. Plus: secrets of the banana costume! Plus plus: Lucas created a custom cocktail for Aubrey called The Word, which sounds amazing. Someone please make this and enjoy it at home.

Break the Business: We guested on Episode 75 to talk about our unique and lovely fan base, how to diversify revenue streams (do not cross the streams, jk!), and effective crowdfunding.

The Mary Sue: Jessica Lachenal debuted our latest video, “Now Is the Time,” based on Kayla Cagan’s upcoming YA novel from Chronicle Books, Piper Perish. (PS: check out our podcast, You Should Write a Song About That, in which we interview Kayla!)

Promoting Secular Feminism: Host Ms. Bea Haven featured our other new song, “Women Know Math,” and interviewed us about the evolution of the Doubleclicks, feminism, gender roles, and more!

Bitch Media: Katie Presley wrote that “Women Know Math” is a “sweet celebration of a song” and that we “write and sing songs that are as direct and relatable as a long phone call to your best friend.” Which is pretty rad.

GeekDad: Jonathan H. Liu posted a nice writeup of our Kickstarter!

Antemortem Arts: Artist Amy Crook is offering “I Am Not Here to Please You,” her original piece for “Women Know Math,” for sale!

Thanks again to everyone who backed our Kickstarter and shared our music and videos. We’re so excited to have raised more than $50,000 and are ready to make more cool stuff for you!

Find Doubleclicks Interviews & More–With Drinks!

The Exquisite Dead Guy: tequila, mandarin juice, sweet ’n’ sour, and Cointreau!

The launch of our Kickstarter for our upcoming album, Love Problems, has given us the opportunity to talk with all kinds of rad podcasts–and our newest video, “Women Know Math,” has been featured on a lot of cool sites, too! Here’s where you can find our videos and interviews this month, including two Doubleclicks-themed cocktails!

The Math of You: In Episode 024, Angela and host Lucas Brown discuss They Might Be Giants and American Girl dolls. Plus! Lucas created a signature cocktail for her called the Exquisite Dead Guy. If you make it at your next party send us a picture!

Also: in Episode 025, which will go live March 1, Aubrey joins the fun to talk about the Beatles’ Rubber Soul. Her cocktail? You’ll have to wait and see!

Beyond the Playlist With JHammondC: Host Hammond Chamberlain chats with us about our work, how we got started, our writing process, and more!

MBSing: In Episode 193, we join host Mary Beth Smith to talk about our favorite comedy duos–which include Fozzie and Kermit and R2-D2 and C-3PO, of course.

The Mary Sue: Teresa Jusino did an in-depth interview with Angela about “Women Know Math” and why gender is an “everything problem.”

The Unheard Nerd: Will Harrison wrote a great feature on “Women Know Math” and our Kickstarter–check it out!

Geek & Sundry: Teri Litorco did a wonderful feature on our latest video, “Women Know Math,” and our Kickstarter! She included “Lord of the Rings,” too.

Comicon: Comicon wrote an insightful review of “Women Know Math” and talked about our cool Kickstarter rewards!

FEMMUSIC: We are so excited to see”Women Know Math” featured here!

Thank you to everyone who wrote about us, interviewed us, or shared our video and Kickstarter! We funded Love Problems in just two days (we broke $43,000 yesterday!) and have added some amazing stretch goals: be sure to check it out now.

 

 

 

Find The Doubleclicks in February: Interviews, Shows & More

NerdNightOut FebruaryHello everyone! We’ve got a lot going on in February (and even more coming up in the near future–stay tuned), so we thought we’d put together a handy guide to where you can listen to us, both in person and online!

The Mary Sue: I wrote a piece about hopelessness and politics and it was published by The Mary Sue! I tried to motivate myself into action–perhaps it will help some of you as well.

BJ Shea’s Geek Nation: We visited Seattle podcast BJ Shea’s Geek Nation to chat about music, gaming, finding our way into the arms of the geek community (it was magical), and why you shouldn’t necessarily be impressed by a boyfriend who plays guitar. We’re just saying.

Online Show: In case you missed our latest online show, featuring the fantastic Library Bards, check it out below!

Upcoming Shows in the Pacific Northwest!
We have three (three!) shows coming up in Portland and Seattle this month:

2/2 – Do What You Love Comedy Series: Come see us at the WeWork Custom House from 5:30-8:00 pm alongside amazing comedians Phil Schallberger (SF Sketchfest, Bridgetown Comedy Festival), Katie Nguyen (Undisputable Geniuses of Comedy), Jeremiah Coughlan (Hudson Valley Comedy Festival, The Idaho Laugh Festival), and more! Tickets $15-25, 21+, no drink minimum.

2/11 – #NerdNightOut Seattle with The Doubleclicks, Joseph Scrimshaw & Molly Lewis: Advance tickets for our show at the Jewelbox Theater are sold out, but there will be a few available at the door. Also, you can enter to win two tickets at Seattle Pipeline! Doors at 6:30 pm, tickets $12, 21+.

2/12 – #NerdNightOut Portland with The Doubleclicks, Joseph Scrimshaw & Dr. Something: Advance tickets for our huge Doug Fir Lounge show at the  are not sold out quite yet, so go ahead and reserve yours now! We don’t do a lot of big shows in Portland, so we’re so excited to take the stage for a night of music and comedy with LA’s Joseph Scrimshaw and Portland’s Dr. Something! PDX Pipeline is running a contest to win two tickets–check out the details here! Doors at 7:00 pm, tickets $15-17, 21+.

There’s a lot of anxiety floating around in the world right now–hope you’re all dealing with it as best as you can, and that you have resources to help. We’d love to see you–have a great February!