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Comedy Review: Pete Holmes, Nice Try, The Devil
Holmes’ spirit animal is a golden retriever on party drugs...His jokes remind us to be open to comedy every day, not just when we take time to check out a comic...This consciousness and concern for the mutual...
- Posted 2 days ago
Comedy Review: Danny Lobell, Some Kind of Comedian
Danny Lobell can be fierce and subject his listeners to sharp edges...at its best, Lobell’s bluntness bursts through a racial or social taboo like a high school football team storming through a banner, political correctness being the...
- Posted 21 days ago
Comedy Review: Tom Shillue, Halfway There
Tom Shillue presents monologues of childhood and family with a tone that is confident and controlled...Shillue’s tone is nearly hypnotic, the sensation of expert storytelling that is both sedating and invigorating, a rest and a wake-up call,...
- Posted 24 days ago
Comedy Review: Brendon Burns, Pompously Lectures Americans
Did you know a quarter of Australia was on fire this year? It must have happened during the Superbowl. Brendon Burns thinks there is a lot Americans are unaware of. He is an emissary from the land...
- Posted 40 days ago
Comedy Review: Trevor Moore, Drunk Texts to Myself
Drunk Texts to Myself is an absurdly themed comedy album with a bit of musical prowess. The topics, characters and genre of song are a frenzy of unpredictable motive. Overall, many of the songs attack materialism, commercialism...
- Posted 56 days ago