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The Noise Pop Podcast is a monthly series showcasing new music discoveries and a diverse slate of guest artists from the independent music scene and beyond. Produced by Noise Pop, San Francisco’s go-to indie music, arts and film festival for over 25 years and hosted by music journalist Adrian Spinelli (Paste Magazine, SF Chronicle, etc..), we deliver engaging episodes that are always rooted in the music that we love and that we know you will too. Past guests have included: Khruangbin, Thao N ...
 
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On the first edition of Reflections, Wye Oak's Jenn Wasner and Andy Stack join the Noise Pop Podcast to take us through some of the songs and stories that have marked their six albums and nearly 15 year career as a band. Reflections Playlist: 1. "For Prayer" (From The Knot, 2009) 2. "Civilian" (From Civilian, 2011) 3. "Logic of Color" (From Shriek,…
 
On Songs For Freedom, we highlight some of the powerful music that has been released or revived as a direct response to ongoing systemic racism against Black people and the recent murders of George Floyd, Breonna Taylor and too many others at the hands of police. Diversity is at the core of the music that we share and cover on the Noise Pop Podcast…
 
Episode Description We’re chugging along while sheltered in place as best as we can and our Quarantine Mix #2 features the music that's been getting us through the days. Seattle producer Sango joins us to talk about the roots of Brazilian baile funk music and his new collaborative EP with Juls, 'Fufu & Grits' on Soulection Records. We'll hear track…
 
These are strange days we’re living right now... The world around us is at a standstill, and understandably, festivals and concert tours are on pause everywhere. But if there’s one thing we’ve always prided ourselves on here at Noise Pop, it’s bringing you the best new music, and we very much still have the ability to project the sounds that we lov…
 
Helado Negro's Roberto Carlos Lange joins the Noise Pop Podcast to share some of the music that has inspired him along the creative process of our favorite album of 2019, 'This Is How You Smile.' His 6th full-length LP is a bilingual journey into Lange's ever-evolving thoughts on the Latinx experience in America. His most approachable work to date,…
 
It's been a minute since we put out an episode, but there’s a reason behind it all: We’ve been doing some contemplation, meditation, rumination and we have a BIG announcement! Listen in to find out what's next for the show, plus a mini-preview of the upcoming Noise Pop Fest 2020 highlights. The 28th annual NP Festival goes down February 24th - Marc…
 
Monster Rally’s music is an escapist trip through exotica, hip-hop and dollar bin record samples, that feels like taking a trip to paradise without leaving your chair. And for the first My Mix episode in two years (!!!) Monster Rally's Ted Feighan comes on the Noise Pop Podcast to share a mix of songs that have inspired his music. Monster Rally Lis…
 
We took a short vacation, but are back with so much killer new music that's been dropping while we were gone. This is an eclectic mix, as always, featuring new indie rock releases, a stunning collaboration, one of the best rappers alive, a fresh face on the Bay Area scene, two important anniversaries and more. Track List: 1. Big Thief - “Not”, 2. T…
 
Our Summer Round-Up episode takes you through the songs from all over the world that’ve been ringing through the speakers this summer. Lots of new albums on deck, some that just dropped, a conversation and LIVE performance from Aussie singer-songwriter Angie McMahon and A LOT of discoveries here. Track list: 1. Jay Som - “Tenderness” 2. Pivot Gang …
 
On June 27th, the Noise Pop Podcast came to life at Betabrand's SF Podcast Theater on Valencia St, for a show featuring some of the best emerging artists coming out of the Bay Area. Tune in for conversations from that evening with host Adrian Spinelli and guests Taylor Vick of Boy Scouts, Mahawam's Malik Mays, Drew Banga and ZOLA, along with an int…
 
At it's core, the Noise Pop Podcast is about discovery. And May's Noisemakers mix is a direct reflection of our passion for discovering and sharing the best music we come across every month. Hard-hitting rock and roll, mellow indie vibes, R&B, hip-hop, music from the Bay Area... it's all here. Enjoy! Episode Playlist: 1. Brijean - “Show And Tell” 2…
 
We're back in April with a mix of new music and an interview with Aussie singer/songwriter Stella Donnelly. Stella sits down with Adrian ahead of her sold out show in San Francisco to talk about her recently-released debut LP, Beware of The Dogs, and to answer an age-old question: Why do Australians love the Simpsons so much? The April Noisemakers …
 
Our 4th annual SXSW episode is here and we're bringing you music and conversations with some of our standout artists from the festival. Guests include Katie Alice Greer of DC rock band Priests, drummer and electronic fusionist Zach Saginaw of Shigeto and Carly Bond of Oakland's dreamy indie project, Meernaa. Tune in for interviews and music from ea…
 
Back in 1993, Noise Pop Festival got started with the promise of "Five Bands For Five Bucks!" at The Kennel Club on Divisadero St. Now, 26 years later, over 150 artists grace the finest venues in San Francisco, Oakland and more, for the week-long affair. We crossed the city a couple of times to catch up with Anemone and Baths ahead of their NP Fest…
 
It’s February and with Noise Pop Festival and SXSW on the horizon, we have a sneaking suspicion you’re pining for the best new releases that’ll feed your senses well into the year. This is why we’re here and the Noise Pop Podcast team raises you a world premiere from SF’s own Mikos Da Gawd from his debut album, ‘Hell Yeah Brother,’out March 4 on Te…
 
Ahhh.. 2019 is here, which means it’s time for a fresh start, new experiences, and of course, looking ahead to a busy year of much-anticipated music. To kick things off, Berkeley-based Toro y Moi turn over a new leaf, breaking away from their pioneering hazy chillwave sound to lift our spirits with Outer Peace’s revitalized dance-driven jams. Sir B…
 
The end of the year is no doubt a time for rumination on the songs that spoke to us and speculating on which artists will continue to make an impact. In this episode, we bring closure by highlighting the best albums and songs of 2018; the soundtracks that manifested our own experiences. The year taught us to look inwardly, as in Charlotte Day Wilso…
 
Before we recap our top albums of the year from all over the map, it’s time to stay true to our roots and spread the wealth of the Bay-Area artists that made 2018 memorable. We’re hooked on Tune-Yards’ eclectic patchwork of vocal loops with a piercing message. The easygoing, hypnotic croons and jangly guitars of Spooky Mansion have us feeling nosta…
 
*Women in Comedy’s FINAL episode* More than 3 years of wonderful inspiring guests has come to an end. My last guest is Carolina Diaz Acosta, who is multi-talented. She’s a Clown, graphic designer, actress, director and more! We talked about growing up in Mexico, immigration to Australia, life and love, her new Morula Center among other things! Ther…
 
Getting a late year Noisemakers Mix out there before our year end episode in December! October's picks jump from LA-based IAN SWEET's indie rock to French hip-hop from MHD, the sounds of Bay Area troubadour Andrew St. James, electronic vibes from Yaeji and Beacon, our late year discovery of Caroline Rose and the dreamy sounds of The Marías. Track L…
 
Speedy Ortiz's Sadie Dupuis joins this edition of Noisemakers to talk about her cover of Liz Phair's "Blood Keeper," her upcoming book of poetry and more. Five other tracks are also featured in the mix for a September six pack of tracks. Tune in and find more info and links at http://www.noisepop.com/podcast. Episode Track List: 1. Matthew Dear - "…
 
This month’s guest is the incredibly multi-talented Debbie Zukerman! She’s an improviser, actress, clown and more! We talk about the arts, travel, what is reality (tv and life) and more!Like and follow Post-ITS on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/PostITSimprov/Like and follow Choo Choo Troupe on Facebookhttps://www.facebook.com/choochootroupe/Like…
 
A new monthly mix with seven tracks from some of our summer festival faves, Nashville psych folk, Compton electro, SF classics, an intriguing supergroup and more... Tracklist: 1) Liz Cooper & the Stampede - "Motions", 2) Janelle Monáe - "Screwed" (feat. Zoë Kravitz), 3)Channel Tres - "Topdown", 4) boygenius - "Bite The Hand", 5) Dizzy - "Stars and …
 
Our July guest is your WIC host Jasmine! Surprise! Jasmine attempts to do something unique and interview herself in this 32-minute episode!Like Jasmine on Facebookwww.facebook.com/JasmineLangdon38/Buy tickets to Sunday Stories with Elisa Cristallo (Jasmine is on 8th September)https://sydneyfringe.com/buy-tickets/?e=MTU2MzkLike Women In Comedy The P…
 
While we firmly believe that the song of the summer is independent to you, we've picked six tracks to help influence your decision. Songs For Summer 2018 Playlist: 1) U.S. Girls - Pearly Gates 2) Sun June - Young 3) Jay Worthy - Westside Party 4) Jain - Star 5) Pllush - Stuck To You 6) Snail Mail - Pristine. Visit noisepop.com/podcast for more info…
 
Our guest this month is Dane Hiser! He's a fan and friend of Women In Comedy and has recently returned from a vacation in Asia. We talked about Dane's travels, balancing charity work with comedy and running the Laugh Stand at The Harold Park Hotel for 6 years. Like Dane on Facebookhttps://www.facebook.com/danehisercomedyFollow Dane on Twitter https…
 
We're back with an extra large Noisemakers episode for June! Since it's been a few months since our last mix, we've got eight new tracks to share (and some extras). Dig in for new indie discoveries, Chicago hip-hop, an exciting multi-instrumentalist, vibey electronica and some Bay Area love! Track list: 1. Jazzanova - “Rain Makes the River” 2. Hana…
 
Our May guest is Kate Iselin. Kate is a writer, sex worker, a fashion student and co-host of Bespoken Word/I Can Top That. Note, this episode is labeled as explicit as we talked about sex work but really it’s not that explicit! This is more for iTunes. We discussed an array of topics including signs from the universe, how communication can influenc…
 
Two years ago, we released an episode entitled "Where Are All The Female Festival Headliners?" which looked at the utter lack of big name female acts atop music festival bills, despite no shortage of qualified female-fronted acts to fit those slots. Journalist Alyssa Pereira (SFGate/SF Chronicle) joins host Adrian Spinelli once again, to look at ho…
 
Our annual SXSW episode is back with interviews with four of the festival's best artists: Sophie Allison of Brooklyn bedroom pop project Soccer Mommy, Frances Quinlan of Philadelphia-based Hop Along, Bay Area rapper Caleborate and Tim Darcy of Montreal band Ought. Listen in for a conversation and song selection from each of these SXSW standouts!…
 
Our March guest is Hayden Wright, writer and improviser, Community Manager and all around great guy! Listen and learn from one of the nicest guys in the Sydney comedy scene! .Follow Hayden on Twitterhttps://twitter.com/search?q=Haydoathome&src=typdFind all things Hayden herehttps://haydoathome.com/category/comedy/Check out Improv Theatre Sydney (IT…
 
February's mix features an interview with hip-hop producer Cam O'Bi (Chance The Rapper, Vic Mensa, SZA), as he gets ready to drop his debut solo album, Grown Ass Kid. Music featured in this episode includes Cam O'Bi's debut single, "Tenderheaded" (feat. Smino), the much-anticipated return of Philadelphia's Hop Along, Solange collaborator Starchild …
 
Our very first guest for 2018 is Trish Koutrodimos, a very talented and funny writer, stand up comic and improviser! Trish sat down with Jasmine and talked about being Greek but having a very non-Greek upbringing, writing and performing in festivals, doing clean comedy, interviewing one of the guys from Switchfoot among other interesting stories fr…
 
January Noisemakers: The first Noisemakers mix of the year features seven tracks to kickstart your music listening in 2018. We'll share music from Richmond, VA singer Lucy Dacus, Nashville's Liza Anne, Montreal post-punk band Ought, Miami electro-soul starlet Sabrina Claudio, indie-rock demigods Wolf Parade, a nod to the classics by the Black Eyed …
 
On the final episode of the year, we're joined by Kevin Morby, whose album City Music is the Noise Pop Podcast's Album of the Year. Also on this episode, Jessi Frick of Father/Daughter Records and Nastia Voynovskaya of KQEDArts share their song of the year picks, along with picks from Adrian (Host), Colin (producer) and Kevin Morby. Track list: 1) …
 
Christmas is only two weeks away and we have a special treat for you all! This month Thao and I interviewed one of our number one fans stand up comic Tim McIntyre who recently returned from the US!We talked about Tim’s LA gig, being a victim of sexual harassment #metoo, meeting and working with some of his heroes for including Chris Franklin and Je…
 
One constant in the Bay Area music scene for the past few years has been flux. Artists coming and going and prevalent styles always evolving. But if 2017 showed us anything, it's that the Bay is a fruitful haven for independent music and artists. Listen in as the Noise Pop Podcast counts down the Top 6 Local Albums of the year plus one EP. Check ou…
 
The final Noisemakers mix of the year features new cuts, local shouts and a saucy remix of one of our favorites, by one of our favorites. Dig into our last fresh batch of tracks before our back-to-back Best Music of The Year episodes! Playlist: 1) Sunflower Bean - “I Was A Fool” 2) Jonti - “Tokorats” 3) Ela Minus - “Ceremony” 4) Field Medic - “uuu”…
 
The second to last Noisemakers Mix of 2017 is here with eight new tracks for your listening pleasure. Playlist: 1. Rapsody - "Laila's Wisdom" 2. Weaves - "Gasoline" 3. Open Mike Eagle - "(How Could Anybody) Feel At Home 4. Kaitlyn Aurelia Smith - "In The World But Not Of The World" 5. P-Lo - "Much More" 6. Kelela - "Frontline" 7. Hamilton Leithause…
 
Grammy Award Winner Fantastic Negrito joins the podcast for the next installation in the My Mix series. The Oakland native sits down with Host Adrian Spinelli to talk about and listen to the music that has inspired his career from Delta Blues great Robert Johnson to rapper Kendrick Lamar. The NPR Tiny Desk Contest winner also discusses music from h…
 
The Noisemakers September Mix settles back down in a danceable groove with some stellar collaborations, lots of Bay Area love and one of our favorite discoveries of the year. Chill, relax, and let this one flow. 1) Kurt Vile & Courtney Barnett - "Over Everything,” 2) Caleborate - “Soul,” 3) Ibeyi - “Me Voy (feat. Mala Rodríguez),” 4) Hazel English …
 
Engineer and co-producer Colin Peden sits in for Adrian and plays some songs of the louder persuasion. You'll hear metal, punk, synth music and synth punk cuts, that are definitely putting the "noise" back in Noise Pop. Turn your listening device of choice up and tweet our guest host Colin (@colinpeden) with anything within reason. Full Playlist: 1…
 
Our guest this month is multi-talented Elisa Cristallo. We talked about Elisa’s unique character based sketch and stand-up comedy, studying improv at Second City in LA, unique ways on how to deal with flying and more.Like Elisa on Facebookhttps://www.facebook.com/elisacristalloactress/Follow Elisa on InstagramElisacristalloactressFor all things Eli…
 
Throw everything you think you know about the Song of The Summer out the door and instead, listen in to our picks for the INDIE Song of the Summer! You'll hear cuts from Alvvays, Ariel Pink, House of Feelings feat. Shamir, Rexx Life Raj, Kevin Morby, Ratboys and Tom Misch. Listen in and tweet our host Adrian (@AGSpinelli) with your picks for the In…
 
Our guest this month is Lee’at Bruhl, an ex-pat Aussie living in the big apple! Jasmine interviewed Lee’at one on one about being an actress in NYC, all forms of comedy, her web series 2 Girls, 1 Brooklyn (formerly Brooklyn Co), fashion blogging and more! Like Lee’at on Facebookhttps://www.facebook.com/LeeatBruhlActressLike Two Girls, One Brooklyn …
 
This month's mix is a wave of peaking emotions, that travels across just about every ocean on the globe. 1. Big Thief - “Mythological Beauty,” 2.Twin Peaks - “Tossing Tears,” 3.Gold Class - “Get Yours,” 4. Yaeji - “Noonside,” 5.Yellow Days - “Hurt In Love,” 6. Jordan Rakei - “Sorceress,” 7. Yussef Kamaal - “Yo Chavez.”…
 
The tables have been turned this month! Former WIC guest Sophie Long interviews co-hosts Thao and Jasmine! Find out more about your hosts, no spoilers! Like Women In Comedy The Podcast on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/womenincomedythepodcastFollow us on Twitter https://twitter.com/wicpodcastozLike Jasmine and Thao on Facebook www.facebook.com/J…
 
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