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The intial lineup for Noise Pop 2010, which takes over San Francisco February 23rd to March 1st, has been updated. Newly announced acts include Yoko Ono Plastic Ono Band (with Cornelius, Yuka Honda, Sean Lennon), The Dodos & Magik Magik Orchestra collaborative performance, !!!, Harlem, Deerhoof, Memory Tapes, The Fresh and Onlys, Scout Niblett, Far (Reunion Show), The Mumlers, P.E.E (Reunion Show), Mirah, Laura Gibson, Nico Vega, Japanese Motors, Princeton, Free Energy, The Growlers, Nurses, Magic Wands, The Lonely Forest, The Hot Toddies, Tempo No Tempo, Judgement Day. The full current lineup is posted below.

Tickets and passes for most of those are on sale now. Tickets for Yoko Ono Plastic Ono Band (with Deerhoof) on February 23rd and the Dodos & Magik Magik Orchestra collaborative shows go on sale on Sunday, January 10th.

Memory Tapes, chillwave Jerseyan Dayve Hawk, is one of the acts scheduled for the fest. He's going to be in the UK for a short run of shows this January, and he's confirmed that US dates and a European tour are forthcoming. The song "Bicycle" off his debut, Seek Magic, is above. The album is being re-issued on Feb 8th, "with an exclusive 48 minute 4 track CD2 through Urban Outfitters and digitally exclusively via iTunes".

UPDATE: Memory Tapes is opening for Atlas Sound at The Bell House on February 3rd. Tickets are still on sale.

More info on Noise Pop 2010 below...

Noise Pop 2010 current lineup

Yoko Ono Plastic Ono Band (with Cornelius, Yuka Honda, Sean Lennon), The Dodos & Magik Magik Orchestra collaborative performance, !!!, Harlem, Deerhoof, Memory Tapes, The Fresh and Onlys, Scout Niblett, Far (Reunion Show), The Mumlers, P.E.E (Reunion Show), Mirah, Laura Gibson, Nico Vega, Japanese Motors, Princeton, Free Energy, The Growlers, Nurses, Magic Wands, The Lonely Forest, The Hot Toddies, Tempo No Tempo, Judgement Day.

Already Confirmed: Magnetic Fields, Mark Kozelek, Rogue Wave, Atlas Sound, The Soundtrack of Our Lives, Four Tet, John Vanderslice, Wallpaper, Zee Avi, The Limousines, We Were Promised Jet Packs & Foreign Born

Noise Pop 2010 info
The 18th annual Noise Pop Festival will take place February 23rd through March 1, 2010 at venues throughout San Francisco, CA. Event Producers, Noise Pop Industries have announced many more artists set to play the festival.

Artist confirmations now include Magnetic Fields, YOKO ONO PLASTIC ONO BAND (with Cornelius, Yuka Honda, Sean Lennon), The Dodos & Magik Magik Orchestra collaborative performance, !!!, Harlem, Deerhoof, Mark Kozelek, Rogue Wave, Atlas Sound, The Soundtrack of Our Lives, Four Tet, John Vanderslice, We Were Promised Jet Packs, Wallpaper, Zee Avi, Memory Tapes, The Fresh and Onlys, Scout Niblett, Far (Reunion Show), The Mumlers, P.E.E (Reunion Show), Mirah, Laura Gibson, Nico Vega, Japanese Motors, Princeton, Free Energy, The Growlers, Nurses, Magic Wands, The Lonely Forest, The Hot Toddies, Tempo No Tempo, Judgement Day, The Limousines & Foreign Born. More shows will be announced in the coming weeks along with films, art shows and more.

On Tuesday, February 23, Yoko Ono will perform her first Bay Area concert of the 21st Century! Yoko Ono Plastic Ono Band will include the prodigious artists Cornelius, Yuka Honda and Sean Lennon. They will be performing songs from The Plastic Ono Band's critically acclaimed new LP "Between My Head And The Sky" (Chimera Records), as well as songs spanning Ms. Ono's 40 year career. Very special guest, Deerhoof will also be performing on the bill.

The Dodos & Magik Magik Orchestra Collaborative Performance will be a one of a kind exclusive performance. The Magik Magik Orchestra will be composing 10 arrangements of Dodos songs all featuring the band and various members of the orchestra. The orchestra is a 26-piece formation that includes a small women's choir, strings, winds, brass and percussion.

Industry Noise will take place on Saturday, February 27th, 2010 at the Swedish American Hall in San Francisco featuring Claudia Gonson of Magnetic Fields. Claudia Gonson met Stephin Merritt in high school in the early 80's, and the pair have worked together ever since. Gonson has been Merritt's longtime manager since the beginning, a job involving all aspects of music management including licensing songs to films, ads and TV, creating theater shows, and all aspects of album production and touring. In addition, she performs on many of Merritt's albums, including the critically-acclaimed 1999 album 69 Love Songs, and frequently appears with him live as part of the usual quartet that comprises The Magnetic Fields.

Noise Pop's mini-conference discusses independent music, technology, and the changing industry. Attendees can meet industry pros, listen to influential speakers, and learn more about current possibilities and opportunities. In addition to panels and speakers, there are small discussion groups and individual mentoring. Panelists will be announced soon. Industry Noise Badges are now onsale on for $65 or $50 along with the purchase of a full festival badge.

Memory Tapes - 2010 Tour Dates
Jan 16 Manchester, The Corner
Jan 19 London, The Social ILL FIT w/Lisa of The Concretes (DJ set) FREE 8pm
Jan 20 London Luminaire w/ Fitness Club Fiasco and SIC DJs SOLD OUT
Feb 03 Brooklyn, NY @ The Bell House w/ Atlas Sound

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memory tapes is opening for atlas sound @ bell house

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"memory tapes is opening for atlas sound @ bell house"

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Oh, and what about those question marks on Sunday's text in the concert poster below? No, that isn't saving a spot for a Smiths reunion or U2 debut on the Coachella stage, it's the way that Yorke presents himself as a solo star, the marquee at his Orpheum concert had the same punctuational flourish.

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