The Octopodes, usually decked out in their traditional black and blue ensemble, deliver a unique spin on standard acapella. The Johns Hopkins student group has impeccable pitch and rhythm; my biggest complaint is that there are so many members. When I think acapella, I think of a few people with strong voices; however, at the last concert I attended, the Octopodes resembled more of a small choir rather than an acapella group. Their musical selections is quite impressive, though, and I commend their musicality. They have a few CDs, but I am not aware of any touring; catch them during their fall or spring performances in Schafler Auditorium or the Mattin Center.