Comedian Rob Tanchum Feels Disturbed, Depressed, And Inadequate

Comedian Rob Tanchum's new album, Disturbed, Depressed, Inadequate, will be released on November 14. The record, which has been described as a rap sci-fi concept album, features Tanchum, a self-described “depressed loser from Earth,” who is abducted by alien scientists, played by Dan Harmon and Jeff Davis. Tanchum discusses how the aliens probe his unconscious mind and extract an album of “self-loathing, id-driven rap songs.”

The album, written by Rob Tanchum, with music composed and produced by Superfool, aka Kevin Hall and Shawheen Keyani, also features Iman Europe, Sinsay, and Kaleigh Young, and is titled after one of George Constanza's outbursts on Seinfeld after he is rejected by yet another woman.

Disturbed, Depressed, Inadequate was produced by Dan Harmon, a writer, producer, and actor, who created and produced the NBC sitcom Community and co-created the Adult Swim animated series Rick and Morty. He currently hosts a weekly live comedy podcast named Harmontown.

"Tanchum, a New York native, who graduated from NYU with a BA in Film and TV Production, has been involved in sketch comedy since college as a member and director of HammerkatzNYU. Hammerkatz alumni have written for and starred in shows such as Saturday Night Live, 30 Rock, Atlanta, Crazy Ex-Girlfriend, Community, Workaholics, and How I Met Your Mother.

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Tanchum has recently been a writer for the UCB house sketch team Nipsey and co-wrote and performed in BEENG BOONG: The Great & Powerful MTA, which ran at the UCB for 6 months. His other work can be seen at comedy theaters around NYC. His recent directing credits include UCB Maude Night team's Choir and Archnemesis, as well as Chloe Koser’s one-woman show Chloe Doesn't Do Boys!

Disturbed, Depressed, Inadequate can be preordered at the iTunes pre-order link here.

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