I first discovered Kyle Kinane while listening to the Patton Oswalt station on Pandora. His reality can be both sad and funny. He knows he can be judged by what he looks like, and he’s completely fine with it. He actually lets his reality push him further because he knows what he can’t do, and therefore can focus on what he can do. What Kyle Kinane can do is encourage other people to take a look at themselves as well. Suddenly Kyle Kinane has become a mentor to you through a standup comedy special. Loose in Chicago has been Kyle Kinane’s most honest, funny, and straight up genius piece to date.
I was a huge fan of Kyle Kinane’s first stand up. The next two could be a little hit and miss with me but he makes up for it with his ‘Sold out, Suck It!’ EP. Loose in Chicago starts out with a bang. with Kyle Kinane once again letting his girlfriend know that she shouldn’t worry about him being on the road, the ladies aren’t crawling all over him. Which is oddly both sad and funny at the same time.
Kyle Kinane has always talked about how he has lived his life in a carefree manner. Drinking beer, eating gourmet cake decorations, drinking more beer, and now all of that has caught up to him. Kyle is now our knight in shining armor who’s here to tell us “Take care of yourself, and take care of others.”
Each track Kyle gains more steam to lead us up to a hilarious self-actualization about himself, and he’s totally fine with it. At the end you too will also end up questioning your morals and the way that society around you revolves. We’ve been totally fine with the way that things have been running, but Kyle puts a mirror up to us and says “Look society, I know I’m not the most reputable looking person, but you guys aren’t so hot either. So why don’t you quit judging me.” Message received Kyle, Message received.
This comedy is a must watch and hear (It is available on Apple music) you will not only get some truth’s about Mr. Kinane, but also some truth’s about yourself.
I’m going to give this comedy a 9.4/10
Tis’ All, I’m Out
– Little King.