“Write About Butts (Right About Butts)” Music Video

I remember writing “Write About Butts (Right About Butts)” very clearly. I was sitting on the floor of my closet. I was working on converting said closet into a recording booth, but it never worked out.

Nevertheless, I had my Omega guitar that is broken at the headstock and which was given to my by Diana Van De Kamp, and I was testing the acoustics of my soon-to-be-failed conversion project. I started banging out some chords, but not my usual chords, and I thought, “That sounds like one of those sad acoustic deep cuts that Smashing Pumpkins stashed on their 90’s albums.”

I love those albums. I’d just met Billy Corgan at Loveline a few months prior, and then I got to see him perform a few nights later. I hadn’t seen Smashing Pumpkins play for 20 years and the whole band was different except for Billy. His frustration was palpable. He’d play a new song and get frustrated at the crowd’s indifference. Then he’d play a Pumpkins banger from 20 years ago, and the crowd would go nuts, making him even more frustrated.

All of that flashed through my head as I banged out these chords on my closet floor, and I thought, “It’s probably driven him insane that he keeps writing all these great, esoteric songs, and every hit from the last 15 years has just been some bullshit about butts.”

I’d finished writing this song about 20 minutes later, and I don’t think I ever changed a single lyric. I imagine people who are used to my usual singing voice probably wonder WTF happened to me on this recording, but that’s the only way I’ve ever sung this song: like a Smashing Pumpkins deep cut from the 90’s.

Alex Montilla played the cajon. Mike Peralta held the camera. Thank you, gentlemen!

Per usual, you can download this MP3 and the entire Squirrelmageddon album at rhunekincaid.com/music!

Or if you want to propel my career to stratospheric heights, please …

If you want to help me out:
Please vote ‘funny’ and not ‘die’ on FunnyOrDie and share that version wherever you can!
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“Two Cats” Music Video

Here’s the music video for “Two Cats.” It’s the first music video from Squirrelmageddon. I hope you vote it as being “funny” or at least “furry.” It stars my two cats, Benji and Crush including kitten footage from seven years ago when we all first met. They just had their seventh birthday and it was marked with catnip and a new cat tree. I used a Digitech Jamman Phrase Looper pedal to write this one and did all the parts with my voice. It’s a cappella and rap. I shot the video with a handheld Ikea light that I shook and shined in all of our faces.

Download the mp3 for “Two Cats” and the entire Squirrelmageddon album at rhunekincaid.com/music and look forward to more music videos extremely soon!

If you want to help me out:
Please vote for ‘funny’ on FunnyOrDie and share that version it wherever you can!
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And please give it a thumbs up on YouTube and share that version wherever YouTube videos are shared.

At long last an album: Squirrelmageddon

This is Squirrelmageddon by Rhune Kincaid (me). It’s a music album with 20 songs. Hit play. Clickthrough to rhunekincaid.bandcamp.com to download Mp3s (for free), get an ol’ timey CD, or read the lyrics. Tell me what you think?

Thank you for listening!

Back In Internet Business

Mildly exciting news. Since I’m getting ready to release my new album, “Squirelmageddon,” my first two albums, “Space Hell Sex Bunny” and “American Chipfunk” are available again on

SPOTIFY: https://open.spotify.com/artist/0IlYSdNDfh3Q3s9umv4UiC

AMAZON: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B002B0PGP6

iTUNES: https://itunes.apple.com/us/artist/rhune-kincaid/id317202574

And something called “Deezer” that I don’t know how to work. Google Play Music will take a little longer.

And just like always, they’re all available at rhunekincaid.com/music for the price of freaking free.

Nani Wahine

2015.01.10_Nani_WahiniI’m not the only musical person in my family.

My aunt Alicia Gill recorded an album of songs that were written in part by my late uncle Mike Davis before he lost his battle with cancer. No, you’re the one getting all misty eyed.

I put an especially banging jam down below.