Posted in MP3 | music | tour dates on April 17, 2009

by Bill Pearis

DOWNLOAD: Pelle Carlberg - 1983 (Pelle & Sebastian) (MP3)
DOWNLOAD: Pelle Carlberg - I Love You, You Imbecile (feat. Ida Maria) (MP3)
DOWNLOAD: Suburban Kids with Biblical Names - 1999 (Mp3)
DOWNLOAD: Suburban Kids with Biblical Names - Loop Duplicate My Heart (Mp3)

Pelle Carlberg
Pelle Carlberg

We told you about the 2009 NYC Popfest, which happens May 14 - 17 -- tickets are now on sale to all shows.

The weekend after that (May 21 -24) is the 2009 San Francisco Popfest, which has a pretty killer line-up of it's own, including Sweden's Pelle Carlberg, Suburban Kids with Biblical Names, and Springfactory; Denmark's Champagne Riot and Northern Portrait; the solo performance debut from Joel Gibb of Hidden Cameras, Razorcuts/Sportique singer Gregory Webster, and what may be the last-ever show by Seattle's amazing Tullycraft.

Both the NYC and SF Popfests share bands My Teenage Stride, Eax Autres, The Tartans, and The Smittens. And those New Yorkers jealous of the Swedes playing the SF Popfest, don't be too much: Pelle Carlberg plays Union Hall on May 30 (tix on sale now), and Suburban Kids with Biblical Names are also playing NYC, though dates and venues are still TBD at this point.

Pelle was one of the highlights of the first NYC Popfest in 2007 and through him was where a lot of people first heard Ida Maria, thanks to their duet "I Love You You Imbecile" which you can download at the top of this post.

Full SF Popfest schedule and videos for Pelle and SKwBN after the jump.

Pelle Carlberg w/ Ida Maria - "I Love You You Imbecile"

Suburban Kids with Biblical Names - "Rent a Wreck"

SF Pop Fest

Full 2009 San Francisco Popfest schedule:

Thursday, May 21
Venue: The Rickshaw Stop
Ages: All
Doors: 7:30pm
Tickets: $13 advance/$15 door

Suburban Kids with Biblical Names
Still Flyin'
Oh No Oh My
Pelle Carlberg

Friday, May 22
Venue: Annie's Social Club
Ages: 21+
Doors: 7:30pm
Tickets: $13 advance/$15 door

The Hot Toddies
The Tartans
ballboy
The Orange Peels
Bunnygrunt
Springfactory
+ indiepop dancing until 2am

Saturday, May 23
Venue: House of Shields
Ages: 21+
Doors: 3:00pm
Cost: $5 door (no pre-sale tickets)

Gregory Webster
Champagne Riot
Brilliant Colors
Sourpatch
+ guest DJs from Big Pink Cake (Bristol, UK) and Hungry Beat (LA)

Saturday, May 23
Venue: The Rickshaw Stop
Ages: All
Doors: 7:30pm
Tickets: $13 advance/$15 door

My Teenage Stride
Northern Portrait
Tullycraft (Last show ever!)
Magic Bullets
The Smittens ?

Sunday, May 24
Venue: Acoustic Picnic Show in Local Park (location TBA)
Time: 1pm-ish (TBD)
Ages: All
Cost: Free!

Let's Whisper (Colin Clary + Dana Kaplan both of The Smittens)
Pocketbooks
Gregory Webster
Antarctica Takes It!
Land of Ill Earthquakes
Apple Orchard

Sunday, May 24
Venue: Café du Nord
Ages: 21+
Doors: 6:30pm
Tickets: $13 advance/$15 door

Joel Gibb of The Hidden Cameras (special solo performance)
Eux Autres
Dear Nora
Birds of California
Cheap Red (ex-members of Boyracer & Kanda)

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Comments (6)

it's vs. its fest!

Posted by Anonymous | April 17, 2009 9:57 AM

Tullycraft is breaking up?

Posted by Anonymous | April 17, 2009 12:20 PM

Tullycraft aren't breaking up, they're just gonna stop playing live so much. From their MySpace:

If you happened to read the February 27th post on the tully blog, then you know that Tullycraft has been a band for a long time now. Each of us has had a wonderful time, but over the years it's become increasingly difficult to balance our personal lives (i.e. Chris' goat farm, Cori's adult bookstore, etc..) with our time in the band. While we’re excited to continue to write and record music together, we’ve decided to take a step back from playing live shows. If you would like to catch Tullycraft live before our self-imposed hiatus, we have two shows scheduled: April 4th at the Crocodile (in Seattle), and May 23rd at the Rickshaw Stop (in San Francisco). Thanks so much.

Posted by bill p | April 17, 2009 1:28 PM

Last year's Popfest was a mess. People with tix couldn't get in to see Tullycraft. This year looks like SF is kickin' NYC's @ss.

Posted by Kiljoywashere | April 17, 2009 1:57 PM

suburban kids are playing ny popfest too. nobody knows when yet

Posted by Anonymous | April 19, 2009 8:32 PM

SKWBN are playing NYC Popfest, Sunday May 17th at Cake Shop

Posted by maz | April 23, 2009 9:34 PM

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