25 sets by Aaron Berg album

25 Sets

25 Sets by Aaron Berg is one of the hardest working comics in New York City. As everyone who’s anyone in NYC will attest, it is only fitting that he set out to break the world record for most comedy sets in one night.

Natalia Valde Gritona comedy album

Natalia Valdebenito: Gritona

In her debut comedy special, Chilean comedienne Natalia Valdebenito shatters traditional Hispanic stereotypes with the (loudest) voice of her generation. Literally translated as “the shouting woman”, Gritona examines once-taboo topics such as gender discrimination in Latin America, the rise of modern day feminism, and the realities of casual dating.

Ezequiel Campa: En Vivo y En La Hierba album

Ezequiel Campa: En Vivo y En La Hierba

Argentine comedian Ezequiel Campa explores various topics about his family life, from his depressed mother who brings everyone into her depression, to growing up with a father who was so cheap that he had to share his birthday party with another child in the neighborhood. En Vivo y En La Hierba also touches upon issues such as sexism in Latin America, the death of romanticism and how, unlike Latinos, people in the United States throw things away even if they’re not broken.

Forrest Shaw: Poor Decisions

Forrest Shaw: Poor Decisions

Described by Jim Jefferies as “F@#!%ing Hilarious” and by Bill Burr as “One of my favorites to watch,” this former marine biologist-turned-comedian is an expert at pointing out the shortcomings of our species. Forrest intimately delivers his sharp critique of mankind as he and his hometown of Miami brave the hurricane happening outside. Another one of Forrest’s Poor Decisions.