In this, our sixteenth studio album, we pun on the hugely successful Pink Floyd album, "The Dark Side of the Moon." Like Pink Floyd's records, this album takes a step in a new direction, emphasizing less touched upon genres like bossa move, and expanding our harmonic horizons. As the Dins continue to grow and evolve, this forward-looking album incorporates nine new arrangements, aiming to bring new standards into the repertoire as well as to introduce some very popular modern tunes.
Easy Being Green
The newest addition to the Dins’ musical canon, Easy Being Green is the group’s fifteenth studio album and celebrates the 35th anniversary of the Harvard Din & Tonics. A mixture of recordings from the Dins of the 1970s to the most recent Dins of 2013, this is an album you won’t want to miss. Purchase your copy today!
Rhapsody in Green
Rhapsody in Green is the group’s fourteenth studio album and features the Dins of 2010 and 2011. A labor of love by music directors Sam Schoenberg ’13 and Sam Galler ’12, the Dins pay homage to George Gershwin and his most iconic work with new recordings of both classic and first-time arrangements. A must for any fan of the Dins, Rhapsody in Green will be sure to sweep you off your feet.
Pursuit of Snappiness
The Pursuit of Snappiness is the group’s thirteenth studio album and spotlights the Dins of 2008 and 2009. Featuring your favorite jazz standards as well as a tune custom-written for the Dins (with lyrics penned by author Lemony Snicket, no less!), this is your chance to grab some a cappella as patriotic as life, liberty, and … well, you get the idea.
Released in February 2005, Dinbound is the Din & Tonics’ eleventh album. It features the music of the Dins of 2003 and 2004. With a combination of old favorites and new flavor, Dinbound is a must-have for any a cappella connoisseur. Dinbound features a subway theme on the cover and is the result of uncountably long hours put in by veteran music director Jay Minga ‘05.
Hint of Lime
Hint of Lime, the Dins’ dozenth studio album, features the Dins of 2005, 2006, and 2007. New and longtime Din fans alike will find this recording a juicy addition to their music collection. In addition to our classic jazz standards and folk tunes, we’ve included a tribute to our predecessor a cappella group, the Dunster Dunces, who entertained Harvard’s campus in the 1940’s with songs such as “Winter is the Time to Snow Your Girl.” Order your copy today!
The Green Album
The Din & Tonics’ tenth album—a self-titled recording nicknamed The Green Album—was released in November 2002. Recorded by the Dins of 2001 and 2002, The Green Album contains an unprecedented ten new arrangements alongside many Din classics. This is an album that you do not want to miss!
In this hallmark album, the Dins have abandoned the safety net of a professional recording studio in favor of the live acoustic of Harvard’s best performance halls. Recorded by the Dins of 1999 and 2000 in Harvard’s magnificent Adolphus Busch Hall, it showcases the Dins’ wide-spanning repertoire with some of the most complex arrangements in town. Freshly Squeezed is the Dins’ ninth album.
Platonic is the Din & Tonics’ eighth studio album.
Toast of the Town
Toast of the Town is the Din & Tonics’ seventh studio album.
Sublime is the Din & Tonics’ sixth studio album.
Tonic Boom is the Din & Tonics’ fifth studio album.
In the Limelight
In the Limelight is the Din & Tonics’ fourth studio album.
Dins at Ten
Dins at Ten is the Din & Tonics’ third studio album.
With A Twist
With A Twist is the Din & Tonics’ second studio album.
In the Beginning
In the Beginning is the Din & Tonics’ first ever studio album.