Keeping Up (Vol. 47)

by Darren Paltrowitz

Here are some more quick picks for you, the loyal reader:

heideckerwood_nowhere_150MUSIC: Heidecker & Wood / Starting From Nowhere is the debut album from Tim Heidecker and Davin Wood, two folks best known for their work on “Tim and Eric Awesome Show, Great Job!” The album is largely inspired by 1970s soft-rock –- often referred to nowadays as “yacht rock” –- coming across as sound-alikes of artists like Steely Dan, The Doobie Brothers, and Seals & Croft. Therefore, a subtler form of comedy than Heidecker is generally known for. (heideckerandwood.com)

SHOW: The League I stumbled across this series when browsing through the Netflix Instant library as it starred both Paul Scheer and Nick Kroll. And wound up watching all 6 episodes of the first season in the matter of hours. The League is about a group of long-time friends involved in a fantasy football league, stopping at nothing with hopes of being the season's winner. Fans of Apatow-style comedy cannot afford to miss this series, which will soon be coming back with a third season.  (fxnetworks.com/shows/originals/theleague) 

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As always, if I’m missing something that’s worthwhile and deserving of column space, please reach out with an e-mail: darren.paltrowitz@gmail.com.

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