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Friday, December 16, 2011

Noise Pop Adds Wye Oak, the Dodos, and More to 2012 Festival Lineup

Posted By on Fri, Dec 16, 2011 at 9:22 AM

click to enlarge Wye Oak's Jenn Wasner and Andy Stack
  • Wye Oak's Jenn Wasner and Andy Stack

Noise Pop isn't like other music festivals, which usually announce their entire lineup at once. Instead, the bills for San Francisco's premiere indie music gathering are announced over months, giving fans continuous excitement -- and perhaps a little anxiety. It's only been a week since Noise Pop released the first batch of performers for 2012, its 20th anniversary year,  and we've already learned of more. New performers include Wye Oak, the Baltimore indie-rock duo that's topped several year-end lists so far, and Big Freedia, the New Orleans dance diva project shaking hips across the country. Hit the jump for full list of new additions to Noise Pop 2012.

Dirty Ghosts

The Soft Pack

Wye Oak

Big Freedia

The Dodos

Tyler Lyle

20 Minute Loop

Brilliant Colors


Carlos Forster

... plus the original list:

Archers of Loaf


Born Gold

Budos Band

Built to Spill

Christie Front Drive

Craig Finn


Die Antwoord




Imperial Teen

Laura Veirs & the Tumble Bees

Laura Veirs & the Hall of Flames

Mount Moriah

Porter Robinson

Surfer Blood



Veronica Falls

Virgin Islands

Check out the full schedule of Noise Pop performances.


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