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Tuesday, December 6, 2011

Noise Pop Announces 2012 Lineup: Built to Spill, Die Antwoord, Surfer Blood, Archers of Loaf, Craig Finn, and More

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click to enlarge South African rap group Die Antwoord is playing Noise Pop's 20th Anniversary.
  • South African rap group Die Antwoord is playing Noise Pop's 20th Anniversary.

Next year is the 20th Anniversary of Noise Pop, San Francisco's premier club-based indie music festival, and today, we get our first peek at the lineup for 2012. Big names include Die Antwoord, Craig Finn, Archers of Loaf, and Surfer Blood -- and there are almost certainly more to come. Check out the full list of performers released today after the jump.

From today's announcement:

Archers of Loaf

Bleached

Born Gold

Budos Band

Built to Spill

Christie Front Drive

Craig Finn

Cursive

Die Antwoord

Disappears

Grimes

oOoOO

Imperial Teen

Laura Veirs & the Tumble Bees

Laura Veirs & the Hall of Flames

Mount Moriah

Porter Robinson

Surfer Blood

Taxes

Ume

Veronica Falls

Virgin Islands

The festival runs Feb. 21 to 26 at various venues in S.F. You can check out more info on the Noise Pop site.

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