Every year we’re stunned by Penn students’ sheer inability to submit funny shoutouts. Since you never learn, we’re making an example of some particularly heinous submissions. We’re not laughing with you, we’re laughing at you.
Over a period of 30 minutes, the following tracks were played at McDonald’s on 40th and Walnut streets. The cashier revealed that these lovely tunes were courtesy of “some satellite radio station.” (Tweet @34st if you have a guess—we sure don't) Allow us to break down what we heard.
Ryan Hemsworth is like a lot of other up and coming producers unexpectedly birthed by the internet (think Baauer). He has an active SoundCloud page and numerous mentions on all the biggest music blogs as well as a few well received EPs and singles.
The release of a new trailer for “Neighbors,” Seth Rogen’s upcoming comedy that’s sure to be a hit, gives us a glimpse of what life turns into for a couple with a newborn baby when a fraternity moves in next door.
“I was living in a devil town/ didn’t know it was a devil town,” sings Tony Lucca as he covers Daniel Johnston’s 1990 song, “Devil Town.” Johnston had no idea his “devil town” would be Dillon, Texas, the imaginary town profiled in “Friday Night Lights,” but his song, reprised in a huskier tone yet with a whimsical air by Lucca, is one of the standouts of the show.