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Midwin Scusco and Vices

From Nick Joseph ’13:

This Saturday, two of Awesomefest’s finest, Midwin Scusco and Vices, will be playing their second shows.

Midwin Scusco is not only a Spanish time traveler from the year 2050, but also a band that plays music. Band members include, and are
usually limited to, E Jones ’13, John McGlynn ’13, Shivan “Shivs” Bhavnani ’13Will “Dill Wavis” Davis ’13, and our esteemed visitor from New Hampshire, Zac Carr.

Vices plays rock that will get you/the general surrounds all hot and bothered. This fearsome foursome includes Emily Ibarra ’13, Isabel Bernstein ’13, Nick Joseph ’13 and Tennessee Mowery ’14. \m/ \m/.

The whole affair is planned to be short and sweet (quality over quantity), so make sure to stop by before it’s over.

Time: Tonight, 10:30 p.m. – 12 a.m.
Place:
Music House 316 Wash
Cost:
Nothin’
Facebook Event. 

Littlefoot & CAMP @ MuHo

Did you grow up in the 90s? Did you watch the land before time? Did you enjoy summer camp? Have you read this? Would you consider Emmie Finckel a “friend?”

If you answered “yes” to any of the abovem YOUR ATTENDANCE IS MANDATORY AT MUSIC HOUSE THIS THURSDAY EVENING.

Come hear the illustrious musical stylings of first-semester Awesomefest second prize winners LITTLEFOOT (Alex Ginsberg ’14, Charlie Kaplan’14, Emmie Finckel ’14, and Jake Ewald ’14) and second-semester Awesomefest “we rocked the boat so we deserve an award no matter what happens when they eventually announce who won” award winners CAMP (Emily Bernstein’14, Jason Kilbourne ’14, and Emeline Wong Finckel ’12).

When? Tonight. March 1st.
Where? Music House @ 10 pm
Who? LITTLE FOOT AND CAMP.
Cost? None.

Mattabesset String Collective at Music House

WWND’13D? WTMSCP@MH:

Faculty/Staff String Band with Rebecca McCallum, cataloging librarian;
Marc Eisner, the Henry Merritt Wriston Chair in Public Policy,
professor of government; Gil Skillman, chair and professor of
economics; and Kevin Wiliarty, academic computing manager for the
social sciences. Performing in the living room of Music House.

Date: Tomorrow, February 20
Time: 7:00 PM – 9:00 PM
Place: MuHo
Cost: $0

Mattabesset String Collective @ MuHo

Peeps back-on-campus, MuHo back-in-action. From Nora Dumont ’13 writes in about an event starring four faculty celebrities:

Faculty/staff string band, the Mattabesset String Collective, is making another musical appearance. They will be playing on the first floor of Music House.

The Mattabesset String Collective includes Rebecca McCallum, cataloging librarian; Marc Eisner, the Henry Merritt Wriston Chair in Public Policy, professor of government; Gil Skillman, chair and professor of economics; and Kevin Wiliarty, academic computing manager for the social sciences. The show is tomorrow night.

Date: Tomorrow, November 28
Time: 7:00 PM – 9:30 PM
Place: MuHo
Cost: $0

Featherwood Bee and Eppard at Music House

Adam Johnson ’14 submitted the above picture of a certain member of the band Featherwood Bee shirtless. Oh, there’s also text that goes with it:

Eppard is from Oberlin. Real good.

Featherwood Bee plays some good music too.

It’ll be really really cool. I swear. Kelly will probably take off his shirt.

  • Date:  Friday, November 18
  • Time:  10:00 PM – 12:30 AM
  • Place:  Music House
  • Cost:  Free!
  • Music by Eppard:  Soundcloud

Krill, Dead Wives, Life Size Maps @ MuHo

Krill is a fun sloppy rock band based in Somerville, MA, and Baltimore, MD, and prone to really awful “krill” puns. They’re playing MuHo tomorrow night, along with fellow out-of-towners Life Size Maps and Dead Wives, which both play poppy, garagey, tuneful sort of tunes and such. It’s free, and it’ll be a krilly good time, promises Daniel Ferm ’12:

This Saturday, September 24th, we have a rockin’ show at music house. Three out-of-town bands, Krill, Dead Wives, and Life Size Maps, are gracing Wesleyan with their ever-warming glowing warm glow. Come on down. It’s going to be a krilly good time. And it’s free.

LINKAGE:
KRILL
DEAD WIVES
LIFE SIZE MAPS

Men With Bad Manners at Music House

Howe Pearson ’12 writes in with this ambiguous call to action:

Men With Bad Manners are playing tonight (that’s 9/16) at Music House. The atmosphere within and about their audiences and them has always been full of Jah enchantments. Their joyous sounds are carriages to tangible euphoria that last for eternity. CAUTION: Planning to attend their shows is committing your will and energies to these mad men invested with bad manners. Before you know, and without your consent, you’ll be in the above mentioned state. Perhaps you’ll regret later why you had not known them beforehand. But again, everything comes before you! And Men With Bad Manners will be there on stage before your arrival.

Hear their inconsiderate music here.

Date: Friday, September 16th
Time: 10:00 PM
Place: Music Haus

More Feet Floxes Coverage

Congratulations again to MuHo residents on their performance last night of FleeFo’s 2008 self-titled debut. Earlier today, we threw a “White Winter Hymnal” video your way. Below, check out some still photos of the event.

Also also also: according to our exciting new poll, many (okay, 31) of you want to hear Music House perform Speakerboxxx/The Love Below next year. I’m pretty down with that. Anyone know if Lil Jon’s available?

Actually, though, what do you want to hear MuHo play next year? My poll’s a little farfetched, and despite my sincerest wishes, it probably won’t be Trout Mask Replica.  So weigh in with your own ideas in the comments. It’s never too early to start savagely dismissing other people’s taste.

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[images via R. Pincus ’10 +3]

VIDEO: Music house performing Fleet Foxes

Indie folksters Fleet Foxes came to our very own Memorial Chapel Tuesday night, in the form of the members of Music House. Following up last year’s performance of Funeral by Arcade Fire, the harmonizing prairie dogs gave the sizable crowd a warm and intimate rendition of Seattle band’s self-titled 2008 LP, punctuated by a rocked out cover of Mykonos from their Sun Giant EP (released the same year). People were clapping, dancing, and enjoying an all-around awesome Tuesday study break.

Check out a video of White Winter Hymnal after the jump.