Should podcasts have theme songs? Listen to my theme song for the “We Got This” podcast and find out!
Good morning! It’s my hope that this is your new favorite song about breakfast foods.
From my ongoing collection, “Songs to Sing at Children”, here’s…
***Thanks to Kate Micucci for the artwork!
Inspired by true events:
Make a version of the song “West Coast” (by Coconut Records) in the style of the Star Wars cantina band, complete with singing aliens.
A big Thank You to Chris Hardwick and everyone at Nerdist, Jason Schwarzman (he is Coconut Records), Billy Dee Williams for stopping by Phirmilab (WHAAAAT?!), Dannah for being the voice of the Tonnika Sisters, Theresa Patten-Köckert for being the female half of the choir with me (at the end of the song), and Ben Burtt for being a genius.
(Ben Burtt is the sound designer for Star Wars, Indiana Jones, Wall-E… everything with great sound and amazing voices. I’ve learned a lot about him and his work in the last few months, and he is now one of my heros. Check out his book “The Sounds of Star Wars” — it’s incredible!)
PS. I got to shoot Greedo! For no good reason!
I present: Every single day in the life of a little kid… in just over a minute.
Inspired by the film “PACIFIC RIM” (which you should see) and Joseph Scrimshaw’s album “FLAW FEST” (which you should hear), this song is a celebration of foolish optimism.
(*NOTE: This is not a kid’s song. It wouldn’t be terrible if they heard it, but it is about a movie that they’re probably not yet allowed to watch.)
This is maybe the dumbest thing I’ve ever made.
In keeping with our love for songs that are listenable but pretty much impossible to sing along with, Hard ‘n Phirm presents: “Gersberms (Yer Gervin Mah)” featuring Hayley Williams (from Paramore), Melissa Rauch (from Big Bang Theory), and an excitable little foreign dude.
Not familiar with the “Ermahgerd” meme?
Read this! http://knowyourmeme.com/memes/ermahgerd
Well, looky here! Or even better, listeny here! ‘Cause it’s a new song!
It’s a tribute parody about the geek-themed variety show “w00tstock“, which is itself a geek-themed tribute to the Woodstock festival, created by Paul and Storm, Adam Savage, and Wil Wheaton. (I’m very lucky to have been invited to perform in several of them. They really are little love-fests, like Woodstock, minus the mud and with more “On” buttons.)