A little somethin for everyone this weekend :)
Screaming Females (+ Yer Trash & Girltype Behaviors)
Movement House // Friday 9:00 PM
Screaming Females is a rock 'n' roll band from New Brunswick, NJ with six full-length albums out and a seventh coming soon! They came to Wesleyan back in November of 2015, and Aural Wes interviewed them. Check out their new single.
Yer Trash...no YER trash. They will rock your world with noise-hop, punk, post-implosion clusterfuck. Yer Trash is Zeno, Will, Dan, and formal Aural Wes overlord Ryan.
Also opening is Girltype Behaviors who recently toured New England with Yer Trash and is known for rocking campus with their herbaceous punk.
Son of Paper Album Release
AAA House // Friday 8:45 PM
High off a riveting performance in the CFA’s production of The Pillowman, up-and-coming MC Son of Paper is hosting an album release show at AAA and it's gonna be dope. Kyle Jae Shin is a 4th generation Chinese-American and 2nd generation Korean-American who's all about his origins. His MC name is "Son of Paper" because his great grandmother came to America via Angel Island as a "Paper Daughter" in the early 20th century." His album, in part, was recorded in Wesleyan's own Red Feather Studios.
WESU Presents: Queen of Jeans (+ Bizarre Love Triangle)
Earth House // Saturday 10:30 PM
Queen of Jeans is a female-fronted quartet from South Philadelphia. With 60’s girl group-influenced vocal harmonies and textured melodic pop instrumentation, the Queens seamlessly blend the best of denimcore and crockpot pop.
Bizarre Love Triangle (BLT) is a relatively new band but they’re already as legendary as the classic Bacon Lettuce & Tomato sandwich. Featuring Chris Reed (19), Beth Townsend (19), Sam Friedman (18), Sam Dewees (19) AND special guest Babe Howard (19), Bizarre Love Triangle is gonna:
serve up a delicious show
light up your world like nobody else
TV Girl (+ Goth Girl & Saint Something)
Art House // Saturday 10:00 PM
"TV Girl is a Los Angeles-based American band consisting of Brad Petering, Jason Wyman, and Wyatt Harmon. The band describes their music as indie pop and something 'you can sing along to, but wouldn't sing around your parents'".
"Goth Girlfriend, aka Gaby Giangola, is a DJ, producer, and multi-instrumentalist from New York City. Self-taught on piano and trained in jazz bass, she played in multiple bands throughout her teen years and began DJing and producing at Wesleyan. For her senior music project, she released her first solo album under her old moniker LARS, titled “Sr Yr.” The project fused genres such as experimental electronic, indie, and classical."
Saint Something is Anjali Desai ‘20 on vivacious vocals and baller bass, Ginger Hutchinson ‘20 on krazy keys, Carina Rosenbach ‘20 on that goodgood guitar, and Luisa Bryan ‘21 on dank drums.