March 31, 2014

BU Today Sessions: Milk

We here at BU Central are beaming with pride today as one of our former employees, Jesse Galowski (COM ’13), and his band, Milk, were featured on BU Today Sessions. Marking the first group to be covered by the series this year, Milk arrived at Dean Elmore’s home early one Saturday morning to record some of the songs from their upcoming album, Et in Arcadia.

Take a listen to their single, “When I Go Home,” below and check out the write-up on them, which includes 2 other songs off the new album, here.

BU Today Sessions highlights musical talent found within the BU community, ranging in genres from rock and rap to alternative and jazz.


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