Latest Noise Pop additions: Admiral Radley, Tamaryn, No Age and more

Silje Nes – "The Grass Harp" The Black Ryder - "Gone Without Feeling" A B & The Sea - "Care Of Cell 44" (Zombies Cover) Since our first Noise Pop lineup announcement, a bunch of additional names have been added to the festival schedule, including the following: AB & The Sea Admiral Radley Angel Island Dave Smallen Dominant Legs No Age Peanut Butter Wolf and Dam Funk spinning 45s Silje Nes Tamaryn The Black Ryder The Ferocious Few Always good to see more locals added to the mix, and the turning-into-Mexican-Summer-shoegaze-night show featuring Tamaryn and The Black Ryder is an [...]

Ryan Auffenberg’s Halsted at Cafe Du Nord Tuesday, 7/13/10

Halsted - "Walking Shoes" Ryan Auffenberg's solo efforts, including debut album Marigolds and a spot on the 2009 Noise Pop lineup, have blossomed into a full band project. Halsted is releasing Life Underwater via Ashbury Records and celebrating thereafter with a show at Cafe Du Nord this Tuesday, July 13th. The show will feature Halsted's upbeat rock-pop, from an album that boasts some heavy-hitters in the credits: Life Underwater was mixed by Mark Needham (The Killers, Pete Yorn), and mastered by John Golden (Spoon, The Shins). Stream the album below: Life Underwater by halsted Halsted will be supported on Tuesday by [...]

Noise Pop 2010: Thao Nguyen / Mirah, Horse Feathers, Dave Smallen, Carletta Sue Kay @ Swedish American Hall

Photos by: Nicole Browner While the audience, and even the performers, might have expected Saturday night's collaboration between Mirah and Thao Nguyen to come across as a spirited little experiment, it was quite plain after the first couple songs that this venture was going to be a distinct highlight of the festival, if not a prelude to a storied pairing to come. Mirah, having recently moved to SF from the heralded indie rock village of Olympia, seems to have arrived just in time to intersect with her soul-crossed musical sister who is beginning to sell out shows left and right [...]

Josh Ritter, Laura Gibson, Dave Smallen and Tiny Television at GAMH

Words by: Emily Logan Photos by: Adrian Bischoff I've yet to see a bad show at the Great American Music Hall. And last night was no exception. The show that sold out so early in the game was well worth any extra effort to push your way into the crowd or burrow for a ticket on Craigslist. The audience was a bit different than some other Noise Pop events – perhaps slightly older, with more glasses of white wine floating around than plastic cups of beer. First up was Tiny Television. This intimate performance featured just guitar, vocals and slide [...]

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