getting such a Michel Gondry meets David Lynch vibe from this new Childish Gambino video for Sweatpants. Is it just me or does he seem to be acknowledging all of his alleged narcissism in a way that proves self-involvement is multi-faceted and not just just egotistical? Oh, it’s just me? Ok. Alls I know is that Bino just doing him better than you doing you. -EC
With elections coming up, WZLY wants to make sure that everyone makes an informed decision about who they’re voting for. Visit the College Government Elections site here and view candidate profiles, as well as minutes from the most recent debate, and make your decision-making process a little more informed! Remember: whoever you vote for will be representing you!
tl;dr visit Wellesley CG Elections' site and help yourself make a better-informed decision!
As the sunshine and warm air today helped to confirm, it’s officially SPRING. Celebrate with yearly coming-of-spring ritual of listening to beautiful music and dressing like you’re in a ’60s girl group (or is that just me?)
Find more of Shannon and the Clams here!
Mac Demarco’s much-anticipated Salad Days comes out today. Here’s a Google hangout he did a few days ago, in case you want to spend fifty-five and a-half minutes listening to him answer questions like “What do you smell like?” (a great opening Q, IMHO) and hang out with his girlfriend, Kiki. - VU
ARE YOU ONE OF THOSE WHO FIRMLY BELIEVE S’MORES TO BE ONE OF THE BEST THINGS EVER?
If so, join us for some good company, ~*smOOth TuNez*~, and, most importantly, DELICIOUS FOOD this Thursday at 8PM at the Firepit behind the Lulu.
Come ready for great food and great faces.
(But mostly great food – priorities. Duh.)
Do you ever wonder what it is about New York City that makes it seem like the most explosive place in the universe, or is that just me? In any case, it feels like this seemingly-endless quest for answers might just finally meet an answer in Manhattan-based band Skaters' new album, which drops today (!). The (rather aptly titled) record, Manhattan, features both deliciously noisy pop-punk and samples starring a slew of New Yorkers you might encounter in day – depending on the neighborhood, that is. Take a listen right now on Spin or buy the album on iTunes. Either way, expect it to enlighten you on all of NYC’s most important things, from crass cliques to city love to – lest we forget what is most important – pizza. – VU