Welp, I did it. I took a break for finals, and ended up waiting way too long to write another post. I feel bad for not updating the last few weeks, but I have been extremely busy with work and driving back and forth to Indy for musical rehearsals (but more on that later!). Anyway, I am back to talk about something I love, and something that will be relevant to Indiana geeks in the coming weeks: Ninja Sex Party!
Ninja Sex Party (or NSP, as I’ll be referring to them as from now on) is an adult-oriented musical comedy duo comprised of Leigh Daniel Avidan (under the stage name “Danny Sexbang”) and Brian Wecht (under the stage name “Ninja Brian”). The band plays with an 80’s pop-esque sound, and sing crazy comedic songs about themselves and sex. It is pretty childish, but oh so fun. Some of my personal favorite NSP songs include “Dragon Slayer“, “Dinosaur Laser Fight“, “Why I Cry“, and “Attitude City“. NSP are fairly big on YouTube, and have had their songs featured all across the internet on places such as Funny or Die, CollegeHumor, and Dailymotion.
NSP’s most recent album is called “Under the Covers”, and as the name would suggest, it is a cover album. The band covers thirteen songs, including some 80’s hits like “Take On Me” and “Everybody Wants to Rule the World“. I pre-ordered this CD when it was first announced, and because of that I got a special CD case signed by the band. The album itself is fun, relaxed, and rather different from the rest of NSP’s discography. It was an interesting change of pace from their other, more risque original songs. The cover album featured another band, known as Tupperware Remix Party, who supplied many of the instrumentals. I personally enjoy listening to the soft tunes while driving. I find it very relaxing.
Now, as I mentioned earlier, NSP is relevant to Indiana Geeks in the coming weeks. Why, you ask? Well, Ninja Sex Party are VIP guests at this years Indy PopCon! Both Danny and Brian will be there meeting fans and doing signings, but sadly not performing. The duo will be present all three days, and they will be having a fan Q&A panel on the PopCon main stage at 5pm on Saturday, June 18th.
NSP is not for everyone; they have a certain brand of comedy that I find hysterical, and many others I know find stupid. However, if you check out some of their songs through my YouTube links and hear something you like, their songs are all available on ITunes, or you could get the physical CDs through Amazon (Affiliate) or CD Baby.
I’m really glad to be back writing again. I’m finally doing what I planned to do from the start; I’m writing several articles ahead of time so I can have a constant stream of content, and not get stuck being lazy again. I’m not sure yet what articles will be coming in the near future, but I know that they will be filled with geeky goodness. Thanks for reading!