As one of the winners of Conde Nast’s inaugural “Shorties Film Festival,” Joel earned a trip to Dubai and took friend and Cinematographer Max Spang along for the ride. Together they created a feast for the senses with spectacular time lapse, and a feast for the soul with the haphazardly thrown-together musical video “Jew in Dubai.”
Jew In Dubai from Levinson Brothers on Vimeo.
Stephen is doing something awesome, you guys! He’s writing comedy at The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon in New York City! He’s writing monologue jokes, you guys! Congratulations Stephen!
Stephen wrote this sketch for Jordan Black’s (SNL, The Black Version) new web series, Shaded, on Fusion.
Joel was just awarded the Golden Mobi for best video at Mofilm’s Lollapalooza 2015 event for his 3M Post It Note video, which he created with Ross Bollinger. Here’s an article from Video Contest News, the <i>New York Times</i> of the video contest world.
We wrote one of the 20 funniest Canadian songs of all times, according to the Canadian Broadcast Company. And they should know, because they’re Canadian.
Take a listen.
We were recently interrogated (but not banged) by the kind folks at Interrobang. Here’s the great article they wrote about us.
We’ve released two new videos from our album 2776.
STOP THE PRESSES, about the death of print media, features R.E.M.’s Mike Mills, Zach Sherwin (Comedy Central Records), Colton Dunn (Key & Peele) and Brandon Johnson (Monsters University).
LIVE IT NOW, the last sports anthem you’ll ever need, features the Sklar Brothers, J.K. Simmons, Michael Ian Black, J. Elvis Weinstein (MST3K) and more as they battle a high school girl’s basketball team.
The videos have already gotten coverage on Rolling Stone, SPIN, Stereogum and others.
We did a TEDx Talk about the Levinson Brothers method of collaboration.
To celebrate the holiday season, and because it’s 4 years running and we can’t get enough of novelty Christmas songs, we worked with 2776 partner Rob Kutner to create this new Christmas anthem. Featuring Brendon Small (Metalocalpyse), Matt Walsh (VEEP, UCB), Susanna Hoffs (The Bengals) Right Said Fred, Kelcey Ayer of Local Natives and comics Jordan Black and Josh Fadem, it’s probably one of the most listenable annoying holiday tunes of all time. Maybe?
Available on iTunes, all proceeds go to support our favorite comedian-friendly charity OneKid OneWorld
We just gave a TEDx talk about collaboration at TEDx Dayton. Watch this space, our talk should be online within the month.