Noise Pop 2013 - A Preview to the Art, Film, and Music

Noise Pop 2013. Photo Credit: Paige K. Parsons

Packing up and embarking on a very much needed week trip to the Bay has never sounded so delightful until now. Noise Pop 2013 combines all the factors that we know and love, which are: music, film, art, and more in order to make the ultimate festival. Serving as its 21st year in existence this year’s festival will prove to be just as spectacular as the previous years.


Performances at Noise Pop 2012. Photo Credit: Orange Photography

The lineup for the Noise Pop 2013 festival includes: Toro Y Moi, !!!, Amon Tobin, Starfucker, Rogue Wave, The Thermals, Damien Jurado, Thao & The Get Down Stay Down, Califone, Jason Lytle, Nosaj Thing, DIIV, XXYYXX, The Fresh & Onlys, Blackbird Blackbird, Free Energy, Ramona Falls, White Arrows, Sonny & The Sunsets, Aaron Espinoza, Sallie Ford & The Sound Outside, Jukebox The Ghost, Matt Pond, Teen Daze, Paul Basic, Supervision, Family of The Year, Caspian, Jenny O, Native, Man Without Country, James & Evander, Bear Mountain, The Lighthouse and The Whaler, Ceremony, Psychic Ills, Giraffage, Dirty Ghosts, Wax Idols, The Mallard, Social Studies, Harriet, Kacey Johansing, OBN III’s, Fuzz, Sinkane, SISU, The Yellow Dogs, R. Stevie Moore, French Cassettes, Mahgeetah, Lenz, Doe Eye, Sir Sly, Plateaus, Follakzoid, Drms, Dune Rats, Miner, Chad Salty, Dog Bite, Magic Trick, Cool Ghouls, Will Sprott (of The Mumlers) and In The Valley Below.


Performances at Noise Pop 2012. Photo Credit: Debra A. Zeller

For a little teaser, check out this play list: 

The Noise Pop Culture Club facilitates the discussion of new ideas and collaborations and simply put is about inspiration and the DIY indie spirit. As if your mind isn’t already in overload with the music line up and the culture club the films for this festival include:

Wednesday, February 27th at 7pm:

-Turning: A Music Documentary by Charles Atlas featuring Antony & The Johnsons: click the link to view the trailer:

Wednesday, February 27th at 9pm:

-See A Little Light: A Celebration of the Music and Legacy of Bob Mould:


Thursday, February 28th at 7pm:

- Punk in Africa:


Friday, March 1st at 7pm:

- What Did You Expect? The Archers of Loaf Live at Cat's Cradle:


Friday, March 1st at 9pm:

- Bad Brains: A Band in DC:


As far as the art the ‘Enthusiastic Person-Jay Howell solo show’ as well as ‘Lil Tuffy Poster Show’ will be in effect at this festival.

For a low price of $150.00 attendees are able to check out unlimited: music, film, and art in a beautiful city that needs no introductions and captures your heart at first glance, San Francisco! Individual tickets are also sold, but don’t chance it, as this is an event you do not want to miss!

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