MC Frontalot is in glorious, sunshiney San Diego for the Comical Con occasionally held therein. He will be stationed with his generous booth-hosts, the creators of the Penny Arcade illustrated electro-pamphlet, daily, at booth 1237. On Saturday, he and his drummer will do a song every hour or so, maybe there, maybe across the aisle at KoL (1431).
And don't you want to see a whole concert? Like, in a club? Like, with MC Lars and ytcracker and Doomtree and debut videos by C&H and SMBC? Of course you do. That's Saturday night at Casbah, and a few tickets remain available.
Front and crew are home, safely, soundly, from Nerdapalooza. It was a wonderful time, and the band would like to thank every last one of you who came out to the fest. Also, particularly big thanks to Hex and his devoted staff. The whole thing's a labor of love on their part, and they did an amazing job bringing their vision to life and sharing it with the nerdworld public. You can sight cell phone recordings of the event by peering through a tube of some sort.
Next up is comic-con! Tickets for the concert at Casbah! Own them!
MC Frontalot wishes a happy "F. The Queen In The Eye Socket Day" to you, patriots, jingoists, and revolutionaries-in-waiting! Nerdcore's own national treasure is off to eat hot dogs with his bass player in Staten Island. He hopes you are all having roasted-meat celebrations of your own (with actual meat or appropriate facsimile).
Front would like to point out that the nation is struggling to improve its lot after a long stretch of everything seeming to get worse constantly. That's the spirit, America! And in that spirit, here's a freshly posted track: Front's ode to self-improvement, Better At Rapping, which he penned for the Child's Play CD near the end of last year, and which, along with that benefit CD, was perhaps overlooked in all the excitement. You can still purchase it if you like to help children. That's a thing you should spend ten dollars pretending you like to do, even if you don't, just to avoid suspicion.
You may also preclude allegations that you are not totally on top of the latest shit by having in your MP3 collection Shame Of The Otaku and Socks On, our most recent offerings from the Final Boss disc.