Feb 23, 2016
Absolutely thrilled to announce the release of Wyatt Cenac’s new comedy album "Furry Dumb Fighter" out this Friday, 2/26. This is the follow up to Wyatt’s second standup special, "Brooklyn," which he also directed and was nominated for a Grammy for Best Comedy Album. "Furry Dumb Fighter" was recorded live in Madison, WI and finds Wyatt in top form as he talks subway preachers, custom hashtags, Black History Month and the stylings of the Confederate flag. Grab it now on iTunes! Limited vinyl run to follow this summer...
Jan 7, 2016
Special release! Fourteen minutes of comedy from the inimitable Paige Weldon on this limited edition 7" vinyl pressing. Second collab release with our stalwart imprint Literally Figurative Records.
"I first saw Paige Weldon at coffee shop open mic. It was a noisy night and all the other comics were doing their best to talk over the hustle and bustle of a cafe. Except Paige. She got up on stage and started telling jokes in her normal, quiet voice. Then, the room also got quiet. Her comedy, though not asking for any attention, got everybody paying attention. It was funny, sad, self-deprecating and it blew me away. I cannot wait for everybody to get to know Paige." - Jonah Ray
Grab it now on vinyl or iTunes!
Nov 27, 2015
The Proopdog is back with a grand-slam. Get "In the Ball Park" today - LIMITED EDITION MARBLED ORANGE VINYL with download code, only 500 copies available. Recorded live in San Francisco, Greg has the hometown crowd rolling with his tales from the city, his distaste for certain fashion trends, his love of Giants baseball, his belief of how the world began and more.
SEE GREG ON TOUR:
11/27 – Brooklyn NY @ The Bell House
12/7 – LA, CA @ Cinefamily
12/15 – LA, CA @ Nerdmelt
12/30-1/2 – SF, CA @ The Punchline
Nov 20, 2015
Digital album out today; limited vinyl run to come in 2016! This one is a real crackerjack that you would not be advised to sleep on.
Debut full length from the much-loved LA duo, who were named LA Weekly's Best Comedy Duo, includes their hit “You’re Gonna Be Fine (High Song)” which they performed on Conan, along with tracks about GPS led by rock star vocalists, partying at a funeral, goths in the sun, dumb tattoos and more. ‘I Don’t Care, I Like It’ is out digitally on November 20 and will be released on limited edition vinyl in 2016. Drennon Davis was named Splitsider's Top 10 Up And Coming Acts in LA, is the host of the hugely popular Imaginary Radio Program, has performed on Adam Devine’s House Party and at comedy festivals all over the world. Best known for her work on “Mr. Show,” Karen Kilgariff has transitioned from classic stand-up comic to acoustic troubadour and is a longtime favorite of those in the know. Her debut album ‘Live at the Bootleg’ captures musical comedy at its rawest and sets a new bar for a genre that is rarely done right.
Oct 16, 2015
THREE DECADES OF STAND-UP COMEDY FROM A LEGEND YOU MAY HAVE HEARD OF.
Recorded over a span of 30 years (1984-2015), The Chronicles of Federman is a truly unique debut album from veteran comedian Wayne Federman. This three volume set documents Wayne's journey from New York's traditional comedy clubs during the "comedy boom" of the 80s, to Los Angeles's alternative rooms, and on to major theaters and festivals The album provides a fascinating look at both the development of an original comedian who continues to create inspired material, and the evolution of modern American stand-up over the past thirty years.
"Epic... hilarious... inspired... whimsical.... unique and insightful. We are all so lucky when we get to spend any time with Wayne Federman." - Judd Apatow
"...serving almost as a historical overview of how the form has changed and developed over the last three decades. It’s one of the most important comedy albums of the year." - Paste Magazine
"The most ubiquitous comedian in LA ... Wayne Federman might not quite be a household name, but in LA s sprawling comedy scene he's That Guy every comic seems to know." - The Daily Beast
"Maybe the only comic who has his own annual international film festival ... Federman has discovered that the audience is a true hybrid of stand-up comedy fans and film geeks." - Los Angeles Times