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Monday, March 1, 2010

Noise Pop Slideshows: Edward Sharpe & the Magnetic Zeros and Dizzy Balloon

Posted By on Mon, Mar 1, 2010 at 1:32 PM

I don't know you y'all, but we're feeling a heavy Noise Pop hangover from so much back-to-back entertainment over the last week (or, perhaps it's really just tied to that last whiskey we downed during Four Tet on Friday).

Before we close out another year of indie pop festival coverage, though, we have two slideshows from last night's Noise Pop finales up now.

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Christopher Victorio shot Edward Sharpe & the Magnetic Zeros, the Watson Twins, AB & the Sea, and the Northern Key at Bimbos. Check out those picks here.

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Christopher was also able to capture a little of Dizzy Balloon's gig over at Bottom of the Hill with Visqueen, The Hounds Below, and Laarks. Click through those images here.

The final Noise Pop gig is tonight, of course, when The Magnetic Fields play a sold-out show at the Herbst. If you wanna know what's in store there, check out what Ian S. Port thought about the group's show Saturday night at the Fox.

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