Shwayze, OCD: Moosh & Twist, Sid Sriram, Warden, and Admonic & Davies rocked the stage for University of Maryland students April 14. The free annual outdoor music festival Terpstock brought out hundreds to enjoy indie, rap, rock, and techno music.
Malibu rapper Shwayze is releasing his first solo album this summer.
The flag pants worn by Shwaye's guitarist, Richard Wynne, were talked about for hours after the show.
20-year-old Philadelphia duo OCD: Moosh & Twist made their first record in the basement of their elementary school.
Who said sparking lighters at concerts died in the 1970s? This UMD students is bringing back the trend.
Sophomore students Admonic & Davies were the opening act. Their dancehall music set the tone for Terpstock.
Shwayze hit it big with his hit song "Buzzin" in 2008 and a popular docu-series on MTV.
Shwayze says he would love to one day collaborate with Pharrell.
Students show off their greek pride in between the concert.
Hailing from the Bay Area, Sid Sriram is an up-and-coming indie singer/songwriter.
Maryland students enjoy the Terpstock festivities.
Before Shwayze hit it big he took real estate courses and interned at MCA Records.
Shwayze got people out of their seats and the jam session was on and rocking.
Students show off the free T-shirts they received at the concert.
OCD: Moosh & Twist released their mixtape "Back to the Basement" March 12th and perform 20 to 25 college shows a year.
Students on the front row of the show.
OCD's Moosh poses with fans after leaving the stage.
Sid Sriram started his career learning Indian classical music. Now he has over 3.4 million views on YouTube.
UMD students love good music.
Terpstock was organized by UMD's Student Entertainment Events (SEE).