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Thursday, November 20, 2014

Here's Your Noise Pop (Early) Lineup

Posted By on Thu, Nov 20, 2014 at 11:01 AM

click to enlarge Dan Deacon, comin' our way. - NOISE POP
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, the San Francisco music festival that's gone from being the scrappy little fest-that-could to an overwhelmingly packed week of shows, pop-ups, and parties at venues all over the city, announced its early lineup today for the 2015 festival, which runs from Feb. 20 through March 1.

Now in its 23rd year, the fest still has a nice bias toward local bands — both established and up-and-coming Bay Area artists who you can pretty much bet will be national news before 2015 is out — plus a slew of other buzzy West Coast acts, with a good mix of indie-electronica, punk, and shoegazy pop. Also, solid representation from Canada this year.

Organizers will roll out many more additions to the lineup in December, as per usual, but here's your first bite. 

Dan Deacon
Slow Magic
The Church
Surfer Blood
Craft Spells
Cherry Glazerr
No Joy
Jessica Pratt
The Black Ryder
Six Organs of Admittance
Tony Molina

Badges also go on sale today, at various price points for various levels of fandom; tickets for individual shows will become available tomorrow, Friday, Nov. 21 at noon. And if you're in a band, and right now you're going "Why the hell is my band not on that lineup?"— there's still time to send in your stuff and jump on (fluency in French not required).

What do you think of the lineup? Who are you stoked to see? Let us know in the comments. 

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