A multi-talented group with a passion for comedy and film as well as catchy tunes, Tally Hall created their very own Internet Show, which aired on their website in ten installments beginning in 2008. Tally Hall’s Internet Show (THIS) featured sketches, animation, parodies, music videos, and interviews, a hilariously inventive tour-de-force of off-kilter humor that has seen individual excerpts (such as “Natural Ketchup” and “Honk War”) go viral all on their own. Tally Hall recorded their much-anticipated second album, “Good & Evil,” in fall 2009 with producer Tony Hoffer, but the release of the album was delayed multiple times due to undisclosed issues with Atlantic Records. In the meantime, the band continued to tour, playing shows with Rooney, Crash Kings, Jukebox the Ghost, and Skybox. At long last, in March 2011 it was announced that the album would be released on June 21st of that year under the band’s old Ann Arbor indie label, Quack! Media.
The band toured in support of Good & Evil during July and August 2011, but since then have been in a state of “hibernation,” as Rob Cantor has put it. No official announcement has been made regarding Tally Hall’s current status, but since 2011 many of the members have gone back to school and/or have been releasing their own solo musical projects. Andrew Horowitz has been putting out music under the name edu, and in 2012 Joe Hawley released the pseudonymous album Hawaii: Part II, produced by Bora Karaca and Ross Federman with contributions from Rob Cantor and Zubin Sedghi. In 2014, Rob released his solo album Not A Trampoline, featuring contributions from Bora, Andrew, and Ross, and he has also been producing a steady stream of popular viral videos on his YouTube channel. Official Website Twitter Facebook YouTube Channel Tally Hall's Internet Show Read more on Last.fm.
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