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Ola Podrida, Old Quarter 

When: Wed., May 22, 9 p.m. 2013
Price: $8-10
Ghosts Go Blind, the third album from Texas band Ola Podrida, alternately drifts like The Clientele, recoils like The National and jangles like the dB's. Those references mark a hard departure for David Wingo, the band's principal and a songwriter more associated for his score work with the films of David Gordon Green than his updates of then-and-now indie rock. But Ghosts Go Blind is a crisp, romantic effort: Harmonies push Wingo's lucid feelings into fantasies, though subdued, deliberate arrangements pull them back toward Earth, where they glow as though lit by the golden hour of the setting sun. With Old Quarter. —Grayson Currin

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