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Tuesday, February 7, 2012

This year's Valley of the Vapors has an incredible lineup

Posted By on Tue, Feb 7, 2012 at 2:32 PM

Valley of the Vapors is March 18-24 in Hot Springs.
  • Valley of the Vapors is March 18-24 in Hot Springs.

The fine folks over at Valley of the Vapors in Hot Springs have announced most of this year's lineup, and hot-diggity, it is exciting.

Some names jumped out at us, among them: Psychic Ills, Cloud Nothings, Japanther, Black Belles, Jeffery Lewis, R. Ring (featuring Kelley Deal), Girl in a Coma, Maps and Atlases and Wooden Wand.

But there's still like 30 or so other bands playing. What to do? Check out VOV TV, which has videos from all the bands playing this year's festivities. You'll most likely discover something awesome you'd never heard before. Like this. Or this. Or this, which I can't get enough of:

Besides all the awesome live music, there will be cool things like this experimental film thing and this make-your-own-crazy-ass-experimental guitar workshop.

You can see the schedule thus far raht cheer and buy a pass and a VOV T shirt for $40 over yonder. Me? I might just have to move to Hot Springs, at least from March 18-24.

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