The Warblers sent hearts racing long before Pitch Perfect came out. Whether they have signature bowtie uniforms or perform for screaming fans in Asia, real-life male a cappella groups easily make fans swoon with their “eargasmic” mouth music. The groups from these top 10 pitch-perfect schools know how to make you fangirl just like you do for the Treblemakers when they perform "Lollipop." Wow—famous, talented and well-rounded (and cute)? Check out where you need to transfer to find the best acafellas around.
8. Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Let’s be real—the Logarhythms win bonus points just for the name alone. MIT’s flagship a cappella group formed in 1949 and proudly serves as the school’s oldest group. The Logs have serenaded audiences for the past 70 years with popular music in every genre, such as pop, R&B and rock, and have even recorded six full-length albums in their own studio on campus. “We have a recording studio on campus, which we built ourselves, that allows us to work on studio projects whenever we want. Members of the group record each other, and we are easily able to experiment with new parts and sounds that differ from a given arrangement,” Music Director Neil Aggarwal said. The group makes fun “theatrical” trailers for its upcoming shows with themes like BatLogs and has an amazing theme song called “Superlogs.” Nothing wrong with a healthy ego boost now and then.