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Tagged with: Noise Pop

Noise Pop announces first phase: Here’s 3 must-see local(ish) acts

Tickets just went on sale for the 30th annual behemoth indie fest. Check out Fake Fruit, Nate Mercereaux, and No Vacation

Arts Forecast: SF Fringe, Mill Valley Fall Arts Fest, Dark Side of the Circus…

Push It Forward, Flamenco Sin Fronteras, Club Pansy, Hobbit Hole, Portion Control, more great events this week

Under the Stars: 20th Street Block Party lineup drops, Jazz is Dead funks it up

Plus: New Danger Mouse and Black Thought album is the stuff of God, and Tomu DJ's 'Half Moon Bay' brings future-hymns.

Under the Stars: The Zombies stun the Chapel, Underground SF reopens, more

DoomCannon heralds a new stage of UK jazz, Sour Widows bear 'Witness,' NorCal Sweetwater reggae—music news galore

Under the Stars: Automatic returns, SF Music Day resounds…

Under the Stars is a quasi-weekly column that presents new music releases, upcoming shows, and a number of other adjacent items. We keep moving...

Noise Pop diary: Three takeaways from the big music fest

Noise Pop 2022 was an overwhelming success, signaling a return to live concerts. Of course, we have thoughts.

Noise Pop diary: Local skate/groove hero Tommy Guerrero shreds at Bottom of the Hill

A boisterous crowd celebrated the legend's sunny, funk-inflected deep-rollers and fierce 'Uncle energy'

Noise Pop diary: Sedate and serious shows can be a blast, too

Arooj Aftab, Phil Elverum, and William Basinski grappled with the personal in their fest appearances—but theirs were hardly somber affairs.

Noise Pop diary: Chime School rings a bell with full band backing

Andy Pastalaniec's melodic solo pop act gets fleshed out for happy-to-be-back concert-goers.

Noise Pop diary: Big snaps from the festival’s 20,000-attendee return

The Damani Rhodes Experience and Charlotte Dos Santos were among 130 artists who took the stage. We caught their live-shglitter.