Marcella Arguello: Bitch, Grow Up! begins with an ode to longevity and ends with an introspective, cathartic conversation across time and space. In the middle, rapturous observational comedy about the pandemic, relationships, and introspection rests on a bed of classic bits. For long-time admirers, Arguello’s kinetic, conversational, rockstar bravado is a natural fit projected on …Continue reading "Watch Marcella Arguello: Bitch, Grow Up! on Max"
Bay Area comedy heads know Irene Tu from her swift and ceremonious rise to prominence in the 2010s. Between Starline Comedy, Man Haters and stages across bridges and BART, Irene was a favorite for her moxie and her unique flavor. She’s since moved to Los Angeles, opened for the likes of Patton Oswalt and W …Continue reading "Irene Tu Just Getting Started with Debut Album “We’re Done Now”"
Greg Edwards is a different kind of dude and Dopamine is a different kind of comedy album: fractured, unconventional, and underground.Continue reading "Greg Edwards Raw and Pure with Dopamine"