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Delicate Steve @ Buddhist House

DelicateSteveFrom Yiyang Wang ’15:

Like a hydro-electric Mothra rising from the ashes of an African village burned to the ground by post-rock minotaurs, the music of Delicate Steve will literally make you the happies person who has never lived.

They were here 2 years ago and they’re back again, delicate tunes for your beautiful ears.

Date: Friday, Sept 26
Time: 10 PM-1:30 AM
Place: Buddhist House

Delicate Steve & Robert’s Don Concert

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 From Yiyang Wang ’15:

D. Steve: Like a hydro-electric Mothra rising from the ashes of an African village burned to the ground by post-rock minotaurs, the music of Delicate Steve will literally make you the happiest person who has never lived.

Robert’s Don: They’ve been described as irish pirate rockabilly, but still don’t know what that means. Bandcamp link here.

Date: February 21
Time:
Eclectic
Place:
10pm
Cost:
Free

Soft Leaves of Pamplemousse: A Winter Concert Preview

Two of these shows are happening tonight, so hurry up and run to both at the same time.

The first few days of the semester have already paid witness to one of the most notable musical double headers in recent institutional memory, and tonight showcases another: Brooklyn’s Widowspeak takes Eclectic while rap legends Dead Prez take the stage two doors down at Psi U. This time you probably can’t attend both  (though I encourage you to try), but weep not: the coming weeks feature one of the more diverse, thrilling, and confusingly erratic musical options in a while, ranging from waffle-obsessed rap zombies to a critically embraced laptop cult genius to Ian “Actually Ian MacKaye” MacKaye. (Lecturing, not screaming.) And that’s only the tip of the Usdan iceberg lettuce station.

As always, scope out Aural Wes for a continually updated resource for all things aural and beyond at Wellesleyan College. AW’s own concert calendar can be found here. The below list is by no means exhaustive; think of it as a small smattering of the shows on campus over the next handful of weeks. I’ll continue to add to it as additional shows are confirmed and/or bitched about in the comments section.