Ola Podrida, the brainchild of David Wingo, was created in early 2005, after Wingo had returned to his local Texas from NY. Although he previously played equipment throughout senior high school and university and even constructed the ratings for friend David Gordon Green’s films George Washington, All of the Real Young ladies, and Undertow, he previously yet to create anything being a vocalist or songwriter. He documented the music on what would afterwards end up being his debut record by itself in his cellar before shifts on the video shop where he proved helpful, but induced close friends guitarist Robert Patton and drummer Matthew Frank for his live present. All three music artists transferred to Brooklyn in 2006, where they added Johnny Christ on keyboards and guitars and American Analog Established vocalist Andrew Kenny on bass. Within the springtime of 2007 Plug Analysis released Ola Podrida, and Wingo continuing to focus on film ratings, including Todd Rohal’s The Guatemalan Handshake and Craig Zobel’s Great Wall structure of Audio, which premiered on the 2007 SXSW celebration in Austin. Another Ola Podrida record, Belly from the Lion made an appearance in ’09 2009 and Wingo continuing soundtrack function, including co-composing with Explosions In The Sky in 2011 for the Emile Hirsch/Paul Rudd film Prince Avalanche. For another Ola Podrida record, Wingo extended from his bedroom visual into a complete band create, including Colin Swietek on guitars, Matt Clark on bass, and David Hobizal on drums. The extended line up exercised Wingo’s songs, growing them in to the third full-length Spirits Move Blind, released in 2013.