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Lineup Announced for Noise Pop’s 20th Street Block Party

Lineup Announced for Noise Pop’s 20th Street Block Party

Located just steps away from Noise Pop headquarters, the local concert promoter and champion of all things indie announced today that the 20th Street Block Party will return for its second year.

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Review: Noise Pop Festival Highlights 2014

Review: Noise Pop Festival Highlights 2014

The first of major San Francisco music festival for 2014, Noise Pop wrapped last night after six days of concerts, screenings and events. While it’s impossible for one person (or even a few people) to catch every moment of every event in it’s entirety, we’re…

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Photos: Bleached Rock Rickshaw Stop for Noise Pop

Photos: Bleached Rock Rickshaw Stop for Noise Pop

LA sister act Bleached headlined the Rickshaw Stop Friday with Terry Malts, Mystic Braves and Tropical Popsicle for one of the many Noise Pop shows held at the venue last week.

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Photos: Digital Mystikz at 1015 Folsom for Noise Pop

Photos: Digital Mystikz at 1015 Folsom for Noise Pop

Digital Mystikz headlined at 1015 Folsom with support from DJ Rashad and several other producers as part of one of Noise Pop’s more beat-centric shows last week.

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Noise Pop: Lord Huron Founder Ben Schneider Discusses Fillmore Debut

Noise Pop: Lord Huron Founder Ben Schneider Discusses Fillmore Debut

One of the most anticipated shows of the Noise Pop festival lineup, February 25 to March 2, Lord Huron’s show at the Fillmore was the first to sell out. The group’s organically smooth approach to melodic country-rock, heard prominently on their 2012 debut album Lonesome…

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Painted Palms Prepares for Noise Pop, SXSW

Painted Palms Prepares for Noise Pop, SXSW

Painted Palms started as a long-distance partnership before inevitably converging in San Francisco after one member of the duo moved here a few years ago. However, cousins Reese Donohue and Christopher Prudhomme, originally from Louisiana, still find best results when they write music separately and trade ideas online before working together.

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Magik*Magik Orchestra Celebrates 5th Anniversary

Magik*Magik Orchestra Celebrates 5th Anniversary

Minna Choi, music director of Magik*Magik Orchestra and choir director for City Church San Francisco,  fuses together rock music with classical compositions while humbly creating a unique and respected subculture in the bay area. The San Francisco Conservatory of Music grad has shared the stage…

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More Acts Confirmed for Noise Pop Festival

More Acts Confirmed for Noise Pop Festival

The Noise Pop lineup continues to grow with several new acts confirmed to perform.

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Noise Pop Festival Returns with Mark Kozelek, Lord Huron, Bob Mould

Noise Pop Festival Returns with Mark Kozelek, Lord Huron, Bob Mould

The folks at Noise Pop, co-producer of the Treasure Island Music Festival, are staying busy after last weekend’s festivities. The San Francisco concert promotions company announced the initial lineup for its annual Noise Pop Festival today. NOV. 7 UPDATE: The Noise Pop Festival lineup continues…

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Photos: Music, Food and Art at the 20th Street Block Party

Photos: Music, Food and Art at the 20th Street Block Party

Few things in San Francisco are better than sunny day in the Mission District. Local music, food and art taste makers helped sweeten the deal on Saturday with the debut 20th Street Block Party.

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Block Party Brings Together Food and Music in SF

Block Party Brings Together Food and Music in SF

Over the last few years, the 20th Street corridor in San Francisco’s Mission District has become a food destination. And the area is doing so well, they are throwing a block party to celebrate.

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Free Block Party Coming to 20th Street on August 24

Free Block Party Coming to 20th Street on August 24

A collective of local businesses announced a free, family-friendly music event along the 20th street corridor in the Mission between Harrison and Bryant streets on August 24.

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