Comedy Here Often?

Home of the best comedy in Western Canada

The funny child of 604 Records

Comedy Here Often? started in 2015 when 604 Records CEO Jonathan Simkin saw the need to create more space for Canadian comedians to be heard and treated with respect.

Thus, CHO was born, the funny child of 604 Records. We aim to be your go-to destination for independent on-the-pulse homegrown comedy. We are especially passionate about supporting our west coast talent community and creating content that is surprising, current, and unique. In the spirit of supporting all independent comedy in the Great White North, we expanded to include third party content from independent Canadian comedians, amongst our own exclusive content, and launched the Comedy Here Often? podcast. Simply put, our goal is to create and promote funny stuff you won’t get anywhere else and to make you laugh until you throw up (we hope you’re alright – drink some water and jump back in when you’re ready).

New podcast episode every Wednesday!

A weekly podcast where hosts Kevvy and Young Alexi delve into great conversations with various comedians from around the country. Same batch of questions, yet different entertaining stories every time. You never know where the discussion will go, so you’ll have to listen in to find out. New podcast is released every Wednesday.

CHO? Podcast

Are you a Content Creator?

For now, if you are a comedian or a hilarious content creator, navigate to and fill out our form with some of your best clips and we will be in touch. You can send us Youtube links or private links, or even your social media pages, we won’t share anything confidential till we have your consent.

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Have a project you’re interested in discussing with us? Have an artist inquiry? Drop us a line at info@comedyhereoften.com to connect. We’d love to hear from you and are always looking for cool projects with cool people.

Yumi Nagashima

Yumi Nagashima

Let’s deal with the thing almost everyone wonders about right off the top: Yumi Nagashima’s accent is indeed real. For a while, the Tokyo born and raised comedian was told she needed to make herself sound more North American and less Japanese. This...

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