The show is FREE, but it’s $7 if you’re a jabroni/under 21.
Friday April 12, 10pm @ Putnam Den
Tomorrow, Jewy heartthrobs Camper and Skidmore alums Lyle Divinsky and Nat Osborn will be playing in the Spa. Everyone knows and loves Camper, and these guys Lyle and Nat are cool if you’re into Dave Matthews and being white.
Go check them out before the 100 Days Dance.
Friday February 1, 9pm @ Spa
It’s the last day of classes, so get ready to rage/slit your wrists as study week looms on the horizon.
Hopefully you’re in the former camp, because tomorrow night, beloved Skidmore minstrels Camper, Los Elk, and The Hilarys will be playing at Putnam Den. A portion of the proceeds will go to Sandy relief efforts, so you can feel good about yourself for paying $14 for two 40s at the bar and puking behind the Saratoga Springs Public Library as tears stream down your face and townies wandering over from Ice House laugh and throw solo cups full of Coors at you. Is this a true story? Maybe.
ALSO, admission gets you into the Pony Club event following the show.
Thursday December 13, 9:30pm @ Putnam Den
$3 for 21+/$8 for under 21
Everyone loves Camper and if you don’t you’re fucking dickhead, and the word is that they’re going to be playing some new songs. Also, if you’re the luckiest girl in the world and YOU DON’T COME ON TOO STRONG, maybe Stephen Yell will toss his drumsticks and heart at you.
Thursday November 1, 9pm @ Putnam Den
Apologies for the downtime, y’all. To express how incredibly sorry I am, please enjoy this new video from indie-pop heartthrobs Camper. It’s called “Steady” and it’s awesome.
This video has it all. Closeups of Eli, Stephen Yell in his boxers, and Jake playing like
eight two instruments at once. It was produced by Will Feinstein (Wesleyan ’13) and mixed by Matt Delligatti (New England Conservatory ’14).
People are trickling back and settling in, so why not start planning cool stuff to do in the next few days before everybody starts complaining about how hard their classes are?
This Thursday, Brooklyn-based band Jangula will be playing a show at the Tang, along with Skidmore’s own Camper. I live with some of these guys and even though I heard them practicing their songs like fifty fucking times a day last year, they’re still a lot of fun.
On a side note, what on Earth is happening here? There’s a bear just broing out on campus, Fall Fun Day exists, ResHall Wifi is finally pulling its weight, and now this? It’s like Skidmore did Extreme Makeover: Home Edition over the summer and we’ve gone from living in a moldy, cricket-infested trailer to a three-story house with a shark tank and a bowling alley.
Thursday, September 6 in front of the Tang
Music @ 9:30