Two years ago, Logan Roth ’15 struck out on finding “something to do” during the summer. “So, being the sort of antsy dude that I am, I filled my time by working on a series of hip-hop beats,” Roth said. Roth then sentthese beatsover to Max Crawford ’15, whom he knew was a writer. “From there, he wrote some verses, and I called a bunch of great musician friends of mine together to play the beats with real instruments.
Charlie Baker ’17 and Lachlan Kermode ’17 became friends last year during rehearsals for Grind Arts Company’s “Sweeney Todd.” “When we had nothing to do, we would pass the time by singing random stuff together.