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Noise Pop Lineup Announced: Princess Nokia, Beirut, Baths and More

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Princess Nokia plays FEELS 6 at The Craneway Pavilion in Richmond on Saturday, June 16. (Estefany Gonzalez)

Noise Pop is preparing to take over Fillmore, Great American Music Hall, Starline Social Club and other Bay Area venues for a week of shows Feb. 25–Mar. 3, and the promotional outfit just announced its a big chunk of its lineup for the 2019 fest, with more acts to be revealed in January. Per usual, the concert series features an eclectic mix of hip-hop, R&B, indie rock, pop and experimental music. Best of all, unlike a weekend-long fest, you can choose your own adventure and attend the shows suited to your tastes.

Next year’s Noise Pop features some standout rising artists as well as established faves. Princess Nokia, the trendsetting New York rapper who puts body positivity and her Afro-Caribbean roots at the forefront of her work, is one of those acts, as well as Beirut, the horn-forward indie rock band whose work draws from Eastern European folk music. Baths, the LA producer, makes colorful electronic compositions that are as whimsical as they are danceable. Venerated guitarist Bob Mould, known for his work with Hüsker Dü in the ’80s and Sugar in the ’90s, also performs.

Check out the complete Noise Pop lineup below, and visit the festival’s website for the full schedule.

Bob Mould
Princess Nokia
Petit Biscuit
Teenage Fanclub
Albert Hammond Jr
Jason Lytle (of Grandaddy)
Men I Trust
Current Joys
Yves Tumor
VHS Collection
Caroline Rose
The Marías
My Brightest Diamond
Haley Heynderickx
Charlotte Lawrence
Jerry Paper
Kodie Shane
Helado Negro
Kamaal Williams
Tommy Newport
Marissa Nadler
Oh Pep!
The Love Language
River Whyless
Illuminati Hotties
Club Night
Dude York
Blanck Mass
Gilligan Moss
Travis Hayes
Los Wálters
Field Medic
Katzù Oso
H.C. McEntire
Hana Vu
Hilary Woods
Alien Boy
Gap Girls


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