By Thursday eve, we’ve already had a significant dose of unique music, art, and film, and Noise Pop 2010 is in full swing. Approaching the latter half of the festival, Thursday’s events offer up the standard mix of free events and film screenings, along with a reunion, an orchestra, and an all-encompassing dose of stellar indie music.
The first musical spectacle will take place at Cafe du Nord, where a co-headlining event will also include local opener Greg Ashley and San Diego opener Tape Deck Mountain. Our very own Citay, a local collective of creative and hard-working musicians, will share the headlining duties with the British Scout Niblett, otherwise known as Emma Louise Niblett. Citay is celebrating the recent release of Dream Get Together, the band’s third album that also happens to be full of rootsy and psychedelic jams. Scout Niblett’s prolific past (she has four albums, two EPs and eight 7″s under her belt) will follow her to du Nord’s stage as she celebrates the release of her fifth album of entrancing grunge, The Calcination of Scout Niblett. The show begins at 8:00 pm, $12/advance, $14/door, 21+.