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Thursday, February 24, 2011

Last Night in Photos: Geographer, Butterfly Bones, and K.Flay at the Independent

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click to enlarge Geographer at the Independent last night. - JOSEPH SCHELL
  • Joseph Schell
  • Geographer at the Independent last night.
Geographer
Butterfly Bones
K.Flay
February 23, 2011

Count them among the promoted: Last year, S.F. beat-pop trio Geographer played a great show opening for Atlas Sound. For Noise Pop 2011, the band headlined the Independent, playing with other rhythmically inclined locals Butterfly Bones and K.Flay. SF Weekly photographer Joseph Schell was out at Noise Pop's second official night and sent back these pics.

click to enlarge Geographer - JOSEPH SCHELL
  • Joseph Schell
  • Geographer

click to enlarge Geographer - JOSEPH SCHELL
  • Joseph Schell
  • Geographer
click to enlarge Geographer - JOSEPH SCHELL
  • Joseph Schell
  • Geographer
click to enlarge Geographer - JOSEPH SCHELL
  • Joseph Schell
  • Geographer
click to enlarge Butterfly Bones - JOSEPH SCHELL
  • Joseph Schell
  • Butterfly Bones
click to enlarge Butterfly Bones - JOSEPH SCHELL
  • Joseph Schell
  • Butterfly Bones
click to enlarge K.Flay - JOSEPH SCHELL
  • Joseph Schell
  • K.Flay
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