Hear It First On The Noise Pop Podcast

Posted by The Bay Area Crew, May 18, 2016 04:03pm | Post a Comment

Noise Pop has been championing independent music & culture for over 24 years. Sure, you know they produce the Noise Pop Festival, Treasure Island Music Festival, 20th Street Block Party and more, but did you know they also produce the twice-monthly Noise Pop Podcast?!

The Noise Pop Podcast showcases noteworthy and soon-to-be-buzzing new music. This is required listening for all connoisseurs of new music.

Tune it at and listen for a special discount code starting with the May 19th episode!

In the May 19th episode, the Noise Pop podcast takes a look at the glaring absence of female-fronted headliners at Summer music festivals.  Guest Alyssa Pereira of SFGate joins host Adrian Spinelli to discuss what mechanisms are in play that continue to prevent female-fronted acts from gracing the tops of festival bills in both US and Europe. What solutions are there to address this issue? What specific female artists could potentially headline major festivals? Listen in to this episode of the Noise Pop Podcast and find out at

Noise Pop's Film Series, 2/18 - 2/23

Posted by The Bay Area Crew, February 14, 2016 04:54pm | Post a Comment

Noise Pop, the Bay Area’s premiere indie music and arts festival, has an amazing line-up of music-related films this year, February 18 -- February 23. Amoeba Music is proud to co-present four fantastic documentaries on February 20th: We're Still Here: Johnny Cash's Bitter Tears Revisited, Orion: The Man Who Would Be King, Syl Johnson: Any Way The Wind Blows, and a screening of Morphine: Journey of Dreams followed by a live set by Vapors of Morphine (former members of Morphine)!

Johnny Cash's Bitter Tears RevisitedWe're Still Here: Johnny Cash's Bitter Tears Revisited
2/20, 2pm @ ATA  (992 Valencia Street, SF)

In 1964, Johnny Cash – who up to that point was known solely as a country singer – recorded Bitter Tears: Ballads of the American Indian, a concept album of folk songs about the treatment of Native Americans. It was not a great commercial success, primarily because radio stations and disc jockeys were unwilling to play such socially engaged protest songs. Angry and disappointed, Cash called Billboard Magazine to account in an open letter. “Where are your guts?” he wrote, and drew a parallel between the treatment of Native Americans and blacks – the Civil Rights Movement was at its height in 1964. In response to criticism that he had very rapidly transformed into a folk singer, he explained, “As times change, I change.”

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Noise Pop NightLife at SF's California Academy of Sciences, 2/18

Posted by The Bay Area Crew, February 4, 2016 05:46pm | Post a Comment

NightLifeWhere can you enjoy live music, cocktails, the stars, the sea, and even a rainforest with your friends on a night out in San Francisco? No, this isn't about some new concept bar in the Mission; this is about San Francisco's California Academy of Sciences and their magical Thursday night gathering called NightLife.

On Thursday, February 18th, NightLife teams up with Noise Pop Gardens & Villafor a special event kicking off Noise Pop 2016 with live performances from indie rockers Gardens & Villa and opening act Charlie Hilton (of the band Blouse). Get into the groove with a DJ set by Damon Eliza Palermo in the coral reef. Discover fresh and local music with the Bay Area Record Fair and come visit us at the Amoeba Music pop-up shop! We'll be bringing loads of quality used vinyl so prepare to go crate digging.

For more info and tickets, visit California Academy of Sciences HERE!

Noise Pop 2016: Feb. 19 - 28

Posted by The Bay Area Crew, January 24, 2016 04:48pm | Post a Comment

Noise Pop 2016

Noise Pop, the Bay Area’s premiere indie music and arts festival, returns for its 24th year with events all over San Francisco and Oakland, February 19 - 28!

This year's line-up includes live shows from Kamasi Washington (2/25, Independent), Parquet Courts (2/26, The New Parish), Drive Like Jehu (2/26, Independent), Carly Rae Jepsen (2/27, The Warfield), Vince Staples (2/27, Independent), and so many more. The film portion of the festival also promises to be amazing with screenings of six films at SF's Roxie Theater, including hip-hop documentary Hustlers Convention (1/19) and a look into LA punk rock band The Skulls with Who Is Billy Bones (1/21).

Check out the full schedule of events and more HERE, where you can also get individual tickets, General Music Badges, Super Fan Badges, Music & Film Badges, and Film Series Badges.

Enter to win a pair of festival passes HERE! Contest ends February 13th.

And speaking of Kamasi Washington, here's the time he dropped by Amoeba Hollywood:

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Noise Pop 2015: 2/20 - 3/1

Posted by The Bay Area Crew, January 26, 2015 03:37pm | Post a Comment

Noise Pop 2015

Championing independent music and culture for 23 years now, Noise Pop Music Festival returns to venues all over San Francisco and Oakland from February 20 - March 1.

It's easy to see why Noise Pop is the Bay Area’s favorite indie music, arts, and film festival. Just check out this year's line-up! With musical acts like The New Pornographers (2/28, Fox Theater), Caribou (3/2, The Fillmore), Best Coast (2/24, Bottom of the Hill), and many more, consider the Bay rocked. The film programming also promises to be searing hot with screenings of Hardcore DEVO Live (2/20, Roxie Theater) and Lester Bangs: Immortal Volume (2/21, Swedish American Hall), just to name a few.

Check out the full schedule of events HERE, where you can get individual tickets, General Festival Badges, Super Fan Badges, and Film Badges!

Win a pair of festival passes! Enter HERE by February 16.

Get a taste of what you'll see at the Best Coast show by checking out their rockin performance at Amoeba Hollywood:

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