T.J. Miller's MASH UP AUDIOFILE Digital Album Released Today, 11/13
Comedian T.J. Miller continues his reign of comedy and music mashups with the release of Mash Up AudioFile, being released digitally today, November 13th via Comedy Central Records.
Miller’s new digital album serves as a companion piece to his hit Comedy Central show Mash Up, featuring stand-up and reenacted jokes from the likes of fellow comedians Hannibal Buress and Pete Holmes. Mash Up AudioFile delivers a 45 minute set of Miller discussing various types of laughs, bad travel etiquette, and myths about nitrous oxide. The digital album also proves that Miller isn’t afraid to get a little weird, at one point exploring what it’s like to be so drunk that you’d pretend to be a pigeon to get bread. Mash Up AudioFile also includes bonus music/comedy mashup tracks from hip hop luminary Steinski and Second City’s Jesse Case (who composed the music for Miller’s debut comedy music album, The Extended Play EP).
Miller’s comedic style has made him one of today’s most sought after young comedians, having been named one of Variety’s “10 Comics to Watch” and one of Entertainment Weekly’s “Next Big Things in Comedy.” His popularity has also crossed over to the big screen, having featured roles in the films She’s Out Of My League, Cloverfield, Our Idiot Brother, and more. Miller’s first-ever original one-hour stand-up special, No Real Reason premiered on Saturday, November 12, on Comedy Central and will be released on DVD on November 14.