Happy Father's Day, the official kick-off of Hot Dad Summer!
Pirates for Sail brings you the most barnacle-bedecked hip-hop track of the summer, produced by Brad "Seadawg" Podray of the Scurvy Crew! [more inside]
Twitter joke that turned into an actual country song an hour later. I'm in Huntsville with nothing but my ukulele, so this didn't get the full band treatment I'd otherwise do, but it works pretty well like this.
This a love song about the first two creatures to evolve from out of the sea to live on land. Quickie recording - link to (possibly better) video inside. [more inside]
This song describes my passionate dislike for the must-be-done activity that nobody likes to do: The Dishes. [more inside]
A very crap-quality song I wrote using three chords on a synthesizer keyboard and a terrible singing voice. Anyone who knows me knows that this entire thing is a massive satire, so don't take the lyrics or the cheesiness at face value. On second thought, I am probably even more cheesy than this song tells. [more inside]
Another uke tune. I really love the old novelty songs and this is my little contribution to that genre. [more inside]
one more [hilarious, if we do say so ourselves] post before we take a break from posting obsessively. (did i mention we're both gay chemistry majors?) [more inside]
"The Masons bought 'U' the other day. Now there's a lotta words that we can't say." Let Steve and Chris from the Nude Dancer Explosion tell you about them. Plus a totally rockin' acoustic guitar solo. (Slightly NSFW... in a bad word kinda way)
Just your average romeo and juliet sort of love song, with the protagonist finally realizing that because he uses Windows NT things will never work with the Macintosh user he just brought home from the bar. The WinNT dates it to the late 90's, when i recorded it one night while drinking at work. Now, before you Mac fans get all riled up, I use both, then and now, and much prefer my G5 and my wife's Macbook to the PC i'm using to type right now. So there.