I think you should go with Tim Robinson has become one of the most beloved sketch comedy series of recent years thanks to its downright bizarre humor. The show also produced some memorable musical moments, like an Ezra Koenig song and the skit where a recording session goes off the rails and ends up becoming zombie skeletons (a song that Death Cab For Cutie’s Ben Gibbard later covered ).
Well, the third season just aired on Netflix yesterday (May 30), and Robinson brought the world of music into the fold as well: as Pitchfork notes, the season features new music from Turnstile and Christian Lee Hutson. .
In “Children’s Choir”, a skit from the fourth episode, there is a song titled “Listening” by Everything-You-Knows, a band consisting of Brendan Yates of Turnstile, Pat McCrory, Daniel Fang and Franz Lyons. Turnstile’s appearance on the show makes sense, since Robinson appeared at one of their concerts in 2021.
Hutson, meanwhile, wrote and performed a song called “Is This It” which appears in “Sitcom Taping”, a skit from the second episode.
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