Earth House Concert Tonight

Three brilliant bands, one brilliant house, and it all starts so soon! The one and only Justine ‘Juniper’ Mitchell ’15 writes in with the deets: Alameda is the Portland-based five piece outfit founded by singer/guitarist Stirling Myles and cellist Jessie Dettwiler, joined by clarinetist Jennifer Woodall, guitarist Tim Grimes and drummer Barra Brown. Compared to the […]

Big Tusk, Marathon, and Petunia @ Farm House

Ana Clare Smith ‘15 wants you to know: Big Husk Tusk, with Sam Long ’12 and Howe Pearson ’12, are coming back to the motherland, and particularly back to Farm House this Thursday. Check out what they have been up to. Opening for them are Friendship Marathon, and Petunia. The show starts at 9:30, and […]

A Somewhat-Denominational Holiday Music Compilation

    “Buy all of your friends’ presents tonight.” This is the command of the Spirit of Thirty-Fork Street, Wesleyan’s sometimes-friendly-but-often-awkward Ghost of Christmas Past. (It probably doesn’t help that we don’t have a Ghost of Chanukah Past.) Anyway, if you’re on top of that, good for you. If you’re not, first take an hour […]

Halloween Part 2: Zongo Junction and Men W/ Bad Manners

Noah Rush ’14 writes in: After the storm, come celebrate Halloween one more time with Zongo Junction, an 11-piece afrobeat band hailing from that factory of bands, Brooklyn, New York. It’s gonna be dope, da dope dope dope. Check em out. Opening for Zongo will be Wesleyan’s most altruistic band, Men With Bad Manners, who […]

It’s Chinatown @ 122A Knowles

Remember It’s Chinatown? Featuring Jon Patten ’11, Aaron Khandros ’13, Howe Pearson ’12, and Owen Callahan ’12, the band soundtracked the Wes Pacific theme song, dropped a raucous album, and generally bulldozed its way through Wesleyan’s music scene. For one night only, they’re back. Aaron Khandros ’13 sent Wesleying a naked picture of one of […]

Honey and The Sting Releases Their Debut Album

The mellifluous Mel Hsu ’13 hums in: Without further ado, Honey and the Sting (Sam Long ’12, Howe Pearson ’12, Mel Hsu ’13, Gemma Smith ’13, and Jessica Best ’14) present their debut album: “From Source to Sea”! Place: Honest and the Sting Cost: Pay what you’d like For more information on Honey and the […]

Honey and the Sting Abuzz over Kickstarter

Honey and the Sting (Sam Long ’12, Jess Best ’14, Mel Hsu ’13, Gemma Smith ’13, Howe Pearson ’12), the environmentally-conscious band that loves the Connecticut River, is recording an album! They initially formed for Sam Long’s thesis concert and have just written a 10-song album about their favorite river ever. But now they need help raising funds […]


From Alex Barkats ’12: Come see Smack the Stack! An original play written and directed by your favorite Danimals, Alek Barkats ’12 and Howe Pearson ’12, about cards and families, that is at once a glimpse into the consciousness of the Jack of Hearts and a murder mystery. Somewhere between Alice In Wonderland and The Price Is Right. IT’S ALL […]

A Senior Recital for the Masses

Music is for kids but also animals because who else is so happy? Thanks and hi! Come see Howe Pearson ’12 and his animal friends perform on their guitar sets and drum rolls, please!  Bring your instruments!? Date: Friday, April 20th Time: 9-10 p.m. Place: Crowell Concert Hall Cost: Any and all instruments you have