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Tuesday, December 9, 2014

Noise Pop Adds The New Pornographers, Geographer, Kevin Morby, and more

Posted By on Tue, Dec 9, 2014 at 11:44 AM

click to enlarge GEOGRAPHER, HEADED TO THE FOX.
  • Geographer, headed to the Fox.
Noise Pop, which will take over the city from Feb. 20 through March 1, 2015, for its 23rd annual music festival, announced a few additions today to its already stellar lineup

Kevin Morby, whose Still Life remains one of our favorite records from this fall, will play The Chapel Feb. 25, co-headlining with Jessica Pratt. S.F.'s own Geographer will make their Fox Theater debut Feb. 27, followed by The New Pornographers at the same venue Feb. 28. You'll have to choose between that and Florida pop duo SALES, who hit Brick & Mortar Feb. 28 as well. 

Also, super-buzzy local indie-electronic duo Cathedrals sold out their Feb. 28 show so quick, they went and added a second date — the previous night, Feb. 27, at The Independent. Stay tuned for more updates and additions as the festival folks roll 'em out. In the meantime, here's an updated list of performers so far, below. (Badges and tickets for individual shows are on sale over here.) 

NOISE POP FESTIVAL 2015 EARLY MUSIC LINEUP

Balms
Bells Atlas
Bestie
Caribou
Carroll
Cathedrals
Chasms
Cherry Glazerr
Cold Beat
Cotillon
Craft Spells
Dan Deacon
Devon Williams
Empires
Geographer
Giraffage
Hot Flash Heat Wave
Jessica Pratt
K. Flay
Kevin Morby
Lindsay Lowend
No Joy
Nude Beach
SALES
Six Organs of Admittance
Slow Magic
Spazzkid
Surfer Blood
Talk in Tongues
The Bilinda Butchers
The Black Ryder
The Church
The New Pornographers
The Shivas
Tony Molina
Two Sheds
Vaniish

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