Preview the first track of the Andrew McIlvaney Christmas Album.
Our Canadian friends (still toiling away at their increasingly excellent webseries Henchpeople) have just given an old Rubber Chicken Podcast tune the lavish music video treatment. Behold! The culturally sensitive tones of Santa Klau-au-auss, lovingly retooled for the iPhone generation:
This cautionary anthem first appeared in The Rubber Chicken Podcast’s 2006 Christmas Special. Hear it below in its rawer, edgier form – quickly now, before it becomes cool!
Christmas Special 2006
Santa Klau-au-auss (original version)
Words by Andrey Summers. Music by Gord Myren.
After some wild months of scripting and idea-hurling, Rubber Chicken Audio is fast-tracking two major new audio series. We’ll make a media empire of this website yet. Failing that, a media village. Hell, we’ll settle for a moderately colourful back alley you’d feel comfortable walking down at night.
While those projects stew, let’s pop over to Vancouver, shall we, and see how our friends at Red Square Collective are getting along.
Convicted Rubber Chicken collaborator Andrey Summers has been hard at work on Henchpeople, a candid window into the lives of the men and women on the receiving end of Roger Moore’s Walther PPK. We can’t take any credit at all, but you won’t know this, as you’ve already skipped past this paragraph to watch the pretty video.
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Rubber Chicken Audio is either the latest incarnation of a very old website, or a brand new page very loosely based on the last one.
From this point forward, it will be a home for audible waveforms of all shapes and sizes, including our long-running comedy series The Rubber Chicken Podcast, more serious radio dramas, ill-advised experiments in music and whatever jolly well seems like fun on any given Tuesday.