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Milk N Cookies Are Here To Satisfy Those (Musical) Cravings: Show Announcement

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Where: The Blue Note

When: May 3, Doors at 8 p.m., Show at 9 p.m. 

Tickets: $10

Openers: djzj, Aslan 


Do you look milk? Do you like cookies? Do you like eating milk and cookies together? Do you like dunking your cookies in your milk only to melt into a puddle of gurgling tears when it breaks off in your cold fingertips and floats to the bottom of the glass that your hands are too big to reach forcing you to collapse on the floor shaking uncontrollably from lack of sugar, chocolate intake, and sadness?

Well none of that matters because this Milk N Cookies won’t betray you like that. They would never think of it. That’s probably because they are not technically edible.

Milk N Cookies, twin brothers from Chicago taking over the Post-Bro House movement, are heading this way as part of their spring tour.

They started off  in Champaign, Il around their frat house and at bars and since then have moved on to playing at festivals throughout the country.

Meet James and Paul McElwain aka Dorian and Adrian Westwood aka Milk N Cookies.

Meet James and Paul McElwain aka Dorian and Adrian Westwood aka Milk N Cookies.

Need convincing? They refer to themselves as “ice devouring sex tornadoes” and worked at becoming stunt doubles before Leo DiCaprio before releasing their first remix of Adele’s “Someone Like You” in 2009.

And here are some of their other awesome remixes that definitely include all of your favorite songs.


You obviously don’t want to miss out this deliciousness. Go buy tickets. And then eat actual cookies because you know this made you hungry.

“This post was written by Natalie Maggiore, contributing writer for The Blue Note.”



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