The Doubleclicks chicks are on tour with Molly Lewis. They are a real life sister duo and they think we would like them because we're into Jonathan Coulton (Team JoCo since 2007.)
They are stopping by Minneapolis at Geek Partnership Society, and they promise Molly Lewis and two comedians (Kevin Murphy and Joseph Scrimshaw). I've never heard of/or been to the Geek Partnership Society. If you were wondering, the address is 1121 Jackson Street Northeast #106, Minneapolis.
I'll report back if it goes well/don't get lost.
10/02/12 Chicago, IL The Rogues Gallery
10/03/12 Evanston (Chicago), IL Evanston Space
10/04/12 Minneapolis, MN Geek Partnership Society
10/06/12 Madison, WI Pegasus Games
10/07/12 Indianapolis, IN Arsenal Game Room
10/08/12 Hilliard (Columbus), OH PackRat Comics
10/10/12 Philadelphia, PA House Concert in Norristown
10/11/12 North Brunswick, NJ House Concert
10/12/12 New York, NY Rebel NYC
10/14/12 Hamden, CT The Space
10/15/12 Northampton, MA Modern Myths
10/16/12 Cambridge, MA The Loft @ Tommy Doyle's Harvard Square
Speaking of duos, Synth-rocksters, Nerd Revolt, released a new single called "Fallen" last month. The song comes from the semi-recent self-titled release.
Members of the group includes "m.0" and "the iLL.F.O.". There was no guide, but I can only imagine it's pronounced "m dot zero" and "the ill-eff-oh"?
As frontwoman the iLL.F.O. explains, "Nerd Revolt is based on our vision of spreading inspiration and positivity through self-expression. We helped each other out of the darkness, and unburied dreams we’d given up on. By sharing our story with others, we can inspire them to believe in their dreams too."
Call me a Nerd is a kid's music CD, created by Jonathan Grossman and producer Willie Aron. The album was design to instill confidence and leadership skills in children ages 6-11.
Grossman is very proud of 'giving birth' to his latest project, citing, "The whole writing/recording process took 9 months from concept to fruition and quite frankly, I was feeling quite proud of this fact. Then I realized the obvious correlation to child birth. Is that a coincidence? Or is 9 months the most natural gestation process for anything humans create?"