If you’re on the pangbianr.com mailing list, you already know this, but I got some sad news in that email today. Raying Temple is shutting down their current location. This isn’t the first time they’ve been evicted from their home, of course; as all good music venues, there have always been clashes with the neighbors. But it’s sad that they’ll be moving on from this home in particular, because man having a music venue at a fish hatchery was cool. But you can get there for their “Not Last Party” (which it is; at this home) this Saturday, which rather throws a spanner in the works for fans of Raying Temple and Rainbow Danger Club. It’s not their usual experimental noise art, either, but bands we know and love, like Glow Curve and Kang Mao’s folk side-project, Bye Bye and Thanks For All The Fish. Whatever decision you make, though, this will be the last opportunity to get out to Tongzhou, say goodbye to the fish, and catch some good music.