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This year’s Noise Pop lineup is packed with local up-and-comers and indie-rock staples, from the incomparable Neko Case and the Jenny Lewis-like Best Coast, to the Lana Del Rey-sounding Cathedrals and the dance-party mayhem of !!! DJs. Check out these songs and videos to get your music-festival mojo going.

Thao & The Get Down Stay Down, "We the Common"

A little bit country, a little bit folk, Thao Nguyen is no ordinary singer-songwriter. This album is the product of time spent volunteering with the California Coalition for Women Prisoners. February 24 at Swedish American Hall; tickets

The New Pornographers, "Myriad Harbour"

No excuses needed to blast Neko Case. February 28 at the Fox Theater; tickets

Cathedrals, "In the Dark"

A standout track from the San Francisco newbies’ debut EP. February 27 at The Independent; tickets

Dan Deacon, "Feel the Lightning"

We love this East Coast weirdo. And judging by the sold-out status of his Noise Pop show at The Chapel on February 28, so does everyone else in the city. But you can still enter to win tickets to his kick-ass electro set here.

Best Coast, "The Only Place"

The L.A. duo does what it knows, well, best: upbeat surf pop with road trip written all over it. February 24 at Bottom of the Hill; tickets

Geographer, "Kites"

Jam to this local band’s popular single, and then get ready for new material from their forthcoming March release, Ghost Modern, during Noise Pop. February 27 at the Fox Theater; tickets

Les Sins, "Bother"

Berkeley’s Chaz Bundick (a.k.a. Toro y Moi) goes undercover as Les Sins. Check out the first single from the beloved local’s first album under a new moniker. February 26 at The New Parish; tickets

The She's, "My Secret to Keep"

This all-girl teen sensation is barely out of high school and already has a die-hard following in the Bay Area. Get on the bandwagon now. February 24 at Bottom of the Hill; tickets

K.Flay, "Make Me Fade"

She’s our very own Iggy Azalea, and she’s even a Stanford grad. February 27 at the Fox Theater; tickets

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