Debut album from national treasure Dave Hill. One-liners, longer stories and of course some sweet guitar licks.
"With its mix of live jokes performed at Union Hall in Brooklyn and monologues set to space-y guitar-led music, Let Me Turn You On is about as dynamic as it can be, and Hill's material and vaguely stoner-y presence are charmingly refreshing. An unsettling, off-kilter feeling that reality is being fucked with is prevalent throughout Hill's record; his is a strange, cool world to live in." -Exclaim!
"There's a good chance that Hill is one of the funniest people alive." -The Atlantic
"Cult New York comedian Hill is a hugely talented funnyman." -Time Out London
"Hill's loose jabs and affable, nice-guy demeanor are what make his gently absurdist comedy so enjoyable." -The Onion
"Great comic ideas seem to flood out of him, whether he's mashing up home videos with clips of extreme arthouse movies or engaging in a six-month flame war with a Norwegian black metal musician." -The Guardian UK
"Brilliant." -New York Magazine