Wasabi Bobby and Bold Ned sit down to talk about their creative process and upcoming performance, Wold Premiere.Read More
Aural Wes contributors Kelsey Gordon and Meg West interviewed Sorority Noise about emo music, the creation of Joy, Departed, and midnight munchies before their show at Eclectic February 12, 2016. Video by Lola Sounigo of Method TV Music from "Joy, Departed" by Sorority Noise. Topshelf RecordsRead More
Before the Screaming Females played Alpha Delt on November 13th, Aural Wes contributors Chris Reed '19, Megan West '19 and Kelsey Gordon '18 sat down with the group to chat about the Jersey basement scene, DIY venues, itchy noses and secrets.Read More
The morning after their raucous show at Eclectic, Aural Wes's Chris Gortmaker headed to O'Rourke's Diner for brunch with the Harlem hip-hop group Ratking. Over a veritable mountain of brunch-foods, discussion ranged from Ratking's creative process to Pangaea and dinosaurs. A little known link between Aphex Twin and Cheef Keef emerged. Chris never got the toast he ordered...Read More
It soars, shivers, and slides. It squeaks around the edges, wraps around you head, and winds itself up into you ears. Unrestrained in its innocence, it's joyous and intimate. So much so that it can surprise you at first. Steve Marion's guitar whispers and howls at the same time.
Marion's psychedelic, surfy, afrobeat-infused instrumental project Delicate Steve rose from his New Jersey bedroom to stages shared with acts like The Dirty Projectors and Sigur Ros.Read More
If ever in your life you have harbored some sort of desire to listen to danceable, sexy, latin-jazz fusion, look no further than Wesleyan's own Don Froot (Leo Grossman '16, Justin Friedman '16, Ben Zucker '15, Matt Chilton '16, and Jonah Wolfson '17). Their new EP, Don Fruta, is a very worthwhile listen and a total jam. Josh Davidoff of Aural Wes took a dive with the band into their musical and ethnomusicological roots before their release show tonight at Earth House.Read More