Olassa did, apparently, and has released two videos in the past couple of weeks shot in the temple by Scott Jolley Production Services. The first is for "Pretty Flowers" (view here).
Video for "Where Will I Live When I Die" here.
Bonus points to location scout.
Also, Pitchfork BNM'd the new Iceage record today, which ought to move a few more tickets.
UPDATE: The Star has taken the post down, and there's no mention of Divine Fits, etc., on the Middle of the Map Fest site. I assume they just want to wait a few days to announce it in Ink or something. If it turns out that Divine Fits is not playing Middle of the Map, I will buy you all a round of Slurpees.
RE-UPDATE: It's back up.
At the top: Grizzly Bear! Also: Deerhoof, Tennis, Jeff the Brotherhood, the Joy Formidable, the Whigs, and Iceage. Full lineup here.
Friday, February 1, at RecordBar.
Experimental beat producers need to be ever-evolving creatures. With MIDI controllers and such becoming more attainable for novice beat producers in recent years, it was only a matter of time before hip-hop-rooted musicians began straying from the bulk and hassle of turntables. Four such minds will be spotlighted this Saturday night, when local MC and producer Sephiroth hosts the second edition of the Sucka Free Producer's Showcase, also at RecordBar.
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