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Friday, January 11, 2013

Noise Pop 2013 Additions: Damien Jurado, XXYYXX, Wax Idols, Ceremony, and More

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click to enlarge Damien Jurado will perform at the Chapel on Friday, March 1, as part of the Noise Pop festival.
  • Damien Jurado will perform at the Chapel on Friday, March 1, as part of the Noise Pop festival.

Been a little crazy 'round here this week, which is why we're slow to bring you the latest additions to the Noise Pop 2013 festival -- some of which are surprising, and some of which aren't. The biggest name added to this year's fest, which runs Feb. 26 to March 3, is no doubt folkie indie dude Damien Jurado. Other notables: Moody Florida electronic outfit XXYYXX, local indie-pop-rockers Wax Idols, North Bay no-longer-strictly-hardcore rockers Ceremony, and bedroom-pop legend R. Stevie Moore. Check out the full list of additions here:

Damien Jurado


White Arrows

Teen Daze

Paul Basic




Wax Idols


Kacey Johansing


The Yellow Dogs

R. Stevie Moore


And here, for your oogling pleasure, is the full lineup as it currently stands -- although you should expect more additions:

click to enlarge noise_pop_2013_lineup_so_far.jpg

Noise Pop tickets and badges are already onsale, you can grab them here.

-- @iPORT

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