• Sadiki Fuller’s album Single Again: clean comedy with just enough edge (Review)

    Sadiki Fuller’s latest album, Single Again (Uproar! Entertainment) offers a well-crafted behind-the-scenes view into the comedian’s personal and romantic life that proves that there is most definitely a place for clean humor in today’s comedy scene. The San Francisco native, who used to be the mascot for the Golden State Warriors before quitting to pursue comedy full-time, dishes, among other things, on about his relationships, helping the homeless, seeking out

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    Equally intelligent and silly, Ryan Singer’s ‘Comedy Wonder Town’ is essential listening (Review)

    With his high-energy delivery and unpretentious leanings, there’s not a lot to dislike about comedian Ryan Singer. And it’s not just us saying it: In the last few years, he’s won over audiences headlining the nation’s finer comedy clubs and was hailed by Marc Maron in Rolling Stone as a comedian “who should be big.” And, to our joy, he’s just released his second full-length album Comedy Wonder Town through

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    Tom Segura takes hilarious aim at everyone on ‘White Girls with Cornrows’ (Review + audio)

    Throughout his sophomore release, comedian Tom Segura offers a hilariously cynical view of modern society, poignant ruminations about the people around us and, perhaps most importantly, some words of wisdom, a portion of which center around the title of the album, White Girls with Cornrows. Self-released by Segura, White Girls takes aim at guys who wear cowboy hats — “I think it’s time to see an end to the man

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    Valley Meadows drops solid rhymes, super jokes on debut album (Review + audio)

    They may not have the resources to get Nicki Minaj or Snoop Dogg to drop by on their record, but Minnesota-based hip-hop duo Valley Meadows is proving that you don’t need bling and flash to create delightfully entertaining (and funny) rap music. Gary Schishynszenski (Chris Knutson) and MC Tom Johnson (Zach Coulter) combine hilarious lyrics and high-energy stage antics with what are no doubt the most banging beats around in

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    Tyler Boeh will be your Carpool Companion, will also make you laugh (Review + audio)

    Every now and then, a comedy album comes along that is so entertaining, so enthralling, that it pulls you in like an old-timey radio program; nothing else exists. Your focus is entirely on every word the comedian says. Enter comedian Tyler Boeh – a native of Portland, OR who spent time honing is craft in Boston before moving to Los Angeles – and his debut, Carpool Companion (released through Uproar!

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    Chris Maddock: Point of Entry (Review)

    If you aren’t familiar with the comedy of Chris Maddock, you may want to get to know him a little better as he’s quickly making a name for himself on the national comedy circuit. The Minneapolis-based comedian recently released his debut comedy CD Point of Entry via Stand Up! Records. Recorded at popular music venue 7th St. Entry in his home town, the album proves that there’s good, cutting-edge comedy

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    James Adomian: ‘Low Hangin Fruit’ (Review)

    Comedian and actor James Adomian is no stranger to the stand-up spotlight, having been featured in the top 10 on season seven of Last Comic Standing as well having toured the nation performing with A-list comedians and at left-wing and progressive political events like YearlyKos, Laughing Liberally, and the National Conference for Media Reform. Along with being a part of the recent Comedy Bang Bang Live! show, Adomian is releasing his debut comedy CD, aptly entitled, Low

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