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Arts and Entertainment

Soundcheck: Warpaint @ Natural History Museum 02/05/10

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Part of an ongoing photo series, featuring local rising stars during their soundcheck, that includes Silversun Pickups, The Airborne Toxic Event, The Movies, Edward Sharpe & The Magnetic Zeros, Local Natives, and Avi Buffalo (Pictured - Warpaint, 4:51 PM)

With advance tickets selling out two weeks ago and people lined up yesterday before noontime (and in the rain no less!) to buy the remainder, interest in last night's edition of First Fridays at the Natural History Museum, with performances by Warpaint and Yeasayer, was at a near-record pace. It was the most ambitious project yet for Spaceland Productions, who set up a whopping 14 videocameras, four of which were also used for the live webcast via Stickam, and two RED ONEs converted for shooting in 3D.

Look for photos of Warpaint and Yeasayer at Buzz Bands.

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