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Aug 09, 2014

Check out photos from Day One of the Outside Lands, held in the historic Golden Gate Park in San Francisco, CA on August 8, 2014. We sent photographer Robert Redfield down to capture the action. Click here to view the full gallery. More


Interviews

Kate Micucci, Co-star of “Don’t Think Twice”

The Garfunkel and Oates-er Discusses Her Latest Movie

Jul 21, 2016

In Don’t Think Twice, Kate Micucci plays Allison, a member of the tightly-knit improv group The Commune, whose performance space is unexpectedly shut down when their landlord gives them the boot. As her best friends and longtime collaborators splinter and go their separate ways, her character turns back to a cartooning career she let fall by the wayside many years earlier. Micucci is a cartoonist herself, which was something that excited the film’s director, Mike Birbiglia. The filmmaker incorporated Micucci’s real drawings into the movie, in which he also stars with Keegan-Michael Key, Chris Gethard, Gillian Jacobs, and Tami Sagher. More

Sep 25, 2014

Riki Lindhome and Kate Micucci would make an excellent case study in contrast. It's not just the fact that the musical comedy duo otherwise known as Garfunkel and Oates differ from one another in looks and personalityLindhome being tall, blonde, and talkative while Micucci is small, brunette, and admittedly shythe L.A.-based duo have made an unlikely name for themselves delivering foul-mouthed and bitingly honest songs that guise themselves under girlishly sweet melodies. More

Garfunkel and Oates

Saying What Everyone Else Is Thinking

Aug 06, 2014

Seven years since a pair of quickly written songs landed thousands of clicks and an unintended audience on YouTube, prompting them to turn their sweetly foul-mouthed and subversive brand of musical comedy into a genuine live act as Garfunkel and Oates, Riki Lindhome (Garfunkel) and Kate Micucci (Oates) have become the most well-known guitar and ukulele players who have tackled their distaste for smug pregnant women, their ignorance on performing handjobs, and the virginal loophole of anal sex.  More

Garfunkel and Oates

Breaking Barriers and Cracking Up

May 19, 2011

Looking over the history of musical comedy, from Vaudeville to Monty Python and “Weird Al” Yankovic to The Lonely Island, one would get the impression that having a Y-chromosome is a prerequisite for being able to write and sing funny songs. But don’t tell that to Kate Micucci and Riki Lindhome, the duo behind Garfunkel and Oates and the stars of an upcoming HBO series that will bring to life their delightfully twisted slice-of-life observations. With sugary sweet harmonies and lullaby hooks prettying up songs about handjobs (“I Don’t Understand Job”) and getting medical marijuana prescriptions (“Weed Card”), their music is as playfully charming as it cleverly subversive.  More


Reviews

Garfunkel and Oates

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Aug 07, 2014

After paying their dues on the periphery of the mainstream for far too longwith a host of podcast appearances and movie cameos to their nameit's a relief to see comedy songwriting duo Garfunkel and Oates (aka Riki Lindhome and Kate Micucci) finally get the opportunity they deserve.  More