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Noise Pop 2015: Who made the ‘most’ of SF’s 12-day indie fest?

Caribou

FESTIVAL REVIEW: Noise Pop never fails to create some of the most memorable experiences in live entertainment throughout the Bay Area each year.

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Seeing Holly Herndon perform is a multisensory labyrinth

Holly Herndon

SHOW REVIEW: Holly Herndon’s show can come across as more conceptual than actually enjoyable, but she finds a nice balance between electronic experimentation and accessibility.

Kindness makes world restart at Mezzanine

Kindness

SHOW REVIEW: It may not have been a sold-out show, but the band said this was the ideal crowd for its first time playing the Bay Area.

Les Sins get The New Parish grindin’

Les Sins

SHOW REVIEW: Once those who were committed settled into their dance space, The New Parish exploded into a funky house party that extended into the early a.m. hours.

Flight Facilities soar above expectations at The Regency Ballroom

Flight Facilities

SHOW REVIEW: The combo and impressive live collaboration of Touch Sensitive and Flight Facilities with special guest Owl Eyes undoubtedly made for a special night at Noise Pop 2015.

SF Shows of the Week // GO4FREE to TV Girl, Les Sins, Mystery Skulls or Kindness at Noise Pop 2015

TV Girl, Le Sins, Mystery Skulls & Kindess

Win a pair of free tickets to one of our Noise Pop 2015 “Shows of the Week” in SF from February 23rd-March 1st.

Noise Pop 2015: Get the most out of San Francisco’s essential 12-day indie fest

FESTIVAL PREVIEW: Get the most out of Noise Pop 2015! Take a gander at our top picks in music, film, photography and stage for the 12-day Bay Area festival.