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Ratings and Reviews

5 out of 5

9 Ratings

9 Ratings

The Doubleclicks are just plain awesome!

silverdragon3474

I was a huge fan already, but the more music they produce, the bigger a fan I am.

Charming as Hell

Professor Dudley

The Doubleclicks do this thing with their music where one song I'm like, "Hey, that's pretty funny!" and the next I'm like, "I'm not crying, YOU'RE CRYING." They are one of my favorite bands.

This album is excellent, and you should buy it. Preferably in the way that makes them the most money, because they've earned it. Or get it here and then go buy a t-shirt from them at a show. Just give them your money. Yeah.

Go Angela and Aubrey!

Just keep getting better

Dan Zuccarelli

Been a fan for a few years now and each album seems to get better than the last. President snakes fits well into a The Doubleclicks style but feels a bit more grown up. Still a nerd, but refined. Wonderful stuff.

About The Doubleclicks

Humorous, sometimes pointed, and often embracing geekdom, the Doubleclicks are a comedy folk duo based in Portland, Oregon. The daughters of a Berklee College of Music professor and a fiber artist, sisters Aubrey Turner (cello) and Angela Webber (guitar, ukulele) grew up in Massachusetts, playing music together for as long as they can remember. They first picked up stringed instruments in elementary school, and played in a rock band together in high school, though only Aubrey pursued music at the college level, studying classical cello at Berklee. After graduating, she joined Angela, then a writer/journalist in Portland, and they began performing at open-mike nights. Inspired by albums they grew up on by the likes of the Smothers Brothers and Weird Al Yankovic, they released their debut EP, Beta Testing 1-2-3, as Angela & Aubrey Webber in 2010.

Calling themselves the Doubleclicks, they started a song-a-week project on YouTube in 2011 that resulted not only in album material but tours that often included non-traditional venues such as game and comic book shops and conventions. They self-released both the children's EP Worst Superpower Ever and the full-length Chainmail and Cello in April 2012, with the Christmas Ain't About Me EP following that December. The Doubleclicks' second LP, 2013's Lasers and Feelings, hit number seven on the Billboard Comedy Albums chart.

With song titles like "Cats & Netflix" and "Love You Like a Burrito," Dimetrodon followed in 2014, and 2015's President Snakes reached number two on the comedy chart. Their fifth album, Love Problems, debuted at number one in 2017. ~ Marcy Donelson

ORIGIN
Portland, OR
GENRE
Comedy
FORMED
2011

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