Kyle J. Steenblik

GeekDad Report: Here Comes Science

This past X-Mass my family was given a CD, They Might Be Giants: Here Comes Science.  Our initial reaction was one of mixed indifference.  Truthfully, receiving a physical CD these days feels a bit odd.  I haven’t bought one myself for a few years now.  It was a happy reminder of my youth, opening that […]

 

They Might Be Giants – A Concert Event 22 Years in the Making (for me)

They Might Be Giants – A Concert Event 22 Years in the Making (for me)

I have a lot of history with the quirky pop band They Might Be Giants. Their second and in my opinion most popular album Flood was the first cassette tape I went down to the mall specifically to buy (who remembers Musicland and Sam Goody?).

 Ryan Thomason

Afternoon Delight: Work Break Time

Afternoon Delight: Work Break Time

Continuing on the SCIENCE! theme for this week, I’d like to give you a little music video from They Might Be Giants. Because Science is Real.

 Jill Seale

Today is They Might Be Giants Awareness Day. Be aware!

httpvh://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MloU92PiEKc&feature=youtu.be Coheed and who? Today is a day for celebrating all things Might be Giants!

 Jill Seale

They Might Be Giants announces new not-for-kids album: Join Us

They Might Be Giants announces new not-for-kids album: Join Us

They Might Be Giants is unquestionably my favorite band of all time, and while it’s been fun watching them appeal to the next generation with their string of wildly popular kid’s albums, it’s about time that they got back to doing what they do best: writing upbeat, genre-smashing songs about the most depressing topics possible.