Campbell Phelan grew up at the destination where the Beastie Boys would finally be able to sleep and where the J,Z play a more influential role in everyday life than the train’s rapper eponym. Campbell’s band King Street became a crucial part of the extremely influential, early 2010’s “Teen Amateur Band” scene. Campbell’s music career peaked when he played at the Hurricane Sandy Relief Concert in Webster Hall from 1pm-3pm. After a long comedown from the glory days of his youth, the twenty-year-old still finds a way to demolish the establishment by attending Oberlin College. Campbell now splits his time between Ohio, where he studies music and literature, and New York, where he records, produces, and performs music with a variety of New York based artists. A poem about his first crush here.