Thursday, May 9, 2013

Friday To-Do: Ola Podrida

Posted By on Thu, May 9, 2013 at 10:07 AM

Ola Podrida plays at Vinos Friday night pic
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  • Ola Podrida plays at Vino's Friday night.

OLA PODRIDA
8 p.m. Vino's.

UPDATE: Just got word that this show has been canceled because of the death of a close friend of the band.

Ola Podrida is the brainchild of one David Wingo, a musician and film scorer who's worked on films by David Gordon Green and Little Rock native Jeff Nichols. Wingo soundtracked much of Nichols' critically acclaimed film "Mud," which, unless you were living under a rock, you already know was mostly filmed in Arkansas.

Wingo has collaborated with his fellow Austin dwellers Explosions in the Sky for Green's upcoming film "Prince Avalanche" (starring Paul Rudd). His latest long-player is "Ghosts Go Blind," out last week on Western Vinyl. Check out the track "Staying In" after the jump.

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