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Welcome to the New Noise Santa Barbara Music Conference and Festival!

Now in its fourth year, New Noise is a four-day entertainment and education extravaganza that brings live

music and artistically minded performances to venues throughout downtown Santa Barbara each evening

from November 7 to 10 while delivering stimulating discussions about the convergence of music and

technology during a full-day conference on Friday, November 9. For the first time ever, that conference takes

place in the heart of Santa Barbara’s music scene at The Savoy (409 State Street), which will serve as the New

Noise 2012 hub from Wednesday to Friday.

Also making a big splash this year is the New Noise Block Party, a concert-meets-culture festival that will take

over a few blocks of Santa Barbara’s celebrated Funk Zone on Saturday, November 10. Featuring live music, food

trucks, art-in-action, nonprofit booths, vendors, and a beer & wine garden, the New Noise Block Party will be Santa

Barbara’s main attraction, all on tap for a mere $10 entrance fee in advance.

On the pages of this program guide, which is printed and graciously sponsored by The Santa Barbara Independent,

you’ll find everything you need to enjoy all that New Noise Santa Barbara has to offer in 2012. That includes

schedules for each night’s musical offerings, extensive listings for the conference on Friday, a map detailing the

various venues at play, and more information about badges, tickets, and other events.

Of course, things may change – in fact, in doing this since 2009, we know that they always do. So keep in tune

with the latest New Noise news at, on our Facebook page at, or via our

Twitter account @newnoisesb.

Thanks for your support of New Noise Santa Barbara, the annual community offering of the New Noise Music

Foundation, a 501c3 nonprofit organization that is dedicated to fostering live music, music industry education, and

concert access for all ages in Santa Barbara and beyond. It is only with your continued support that our organization

and this event can sustain as a welcome addition to Santa Barbara’s rich cultural scene for the years to come.

So on behalf of New Noise, please have a safe, fun, and amazing time in Santa Barbara! As our motto goes: Listen.

Learn. Connect. We’ve worked hard to assemble a diverse lineup for you in 2012, and we hope you take advantage!

- Jeff Theimer, Co-Founder/Director, New Noise Music Foundation

Buy New Noise 2012 Tickets, Wristbands, & Badges Now!

In keeping with our mission to deliver musical entertainment and education to all, New Noise

Santa Barbara offers a range of affordable pricing options. Here’s the breakdown.

All options now on sale at

Ticketing powered by


(Our Best Value!)

• Priority access and no cover charge for all club showcases, November

7-10, various venues

• Full access to all-day Music Conference on November 9, @ The Savoy

• Free entry to all-ages New Noise Block Party on November 10, @

the Funk Zone

• Concerts may be all-ages, 18+, or 21+


• Priority access and no cover charge for all club showcases,

November 8-10, various venues

• Does not include: November 7 Lindsey Stribling SOhO concert;

Block Party; or Music Conference

• Concerts may be all-ages, 18+, or 21+


• See Gardens & Villa, Y La Bamba, and more rock bands in the

middle of Santa Barbara’s Funk Zone.

• All-ages, access to beer & wine garden, vendor booths,

live art, and more.

New Noise Music Venues:


ONLY: $25

• Guaranteed access to all-day Music Conference, November 9, @

The Savoy (409 State Street)

• Panels on music production, touring, licensing, all-ages

venues, women in music, and more

• Special session with songwriters Zach Gill (ALO, Jack

Johnson) and Glen Phillips (Toad the Wet Sprocket)

• Public Enemy’s Chuck D in conversation with Ian Rogers of

Topspin Media

Does not include music portion of Festival


Prices Vary.

• Single show tickets are available in limited quantities and

may not be available on day of show. Please purchase

tickets in advance to ensure entry.

This year’s participating venues are Velvet Jones, Whiskey

Richards, Muddy Waters Cafe, and SOhO Restaurant

& Music Club. Depending on the showcase, concerts may be

all-ages, 18+, or 21+. . As always, check for

the latest information.

New noise music foundation board of directors:

Jeff Theimer (Director)

Members: Matt Kettmann, Tim Boris, Roderick Hare, Suzy Hoke, Allan Viscarra, and Moss Jacobs

special thanks: (THESE PEEPS RULE)

Santa Barbara Bowl Foundation , Brooks Institute, Megan Hillegas, Dakota Gartner, Warner Anderson,

Jessica Puchli, Ginny Brush, Bill Lewis, Hector Hurtado, Phil Gilley, Joseph Souza, Ishmael Amin,

Art Fisher, Thao Dang, Eddy Burgos, Mutiny Studios, Craig Jenkins, Gail Hansen, Tom Long, Sandra

Berntsson, Sarah Clark, the New Noise Volunteer Staff & street team, Bryan Berge, Mike Lazaro,

Robert Redfield, Crystal Vaughn, Brian Kelly, Taylor Hurtado, City of Santa Barbara, Ted Coe, Notes

For Notes, Eric Shifflett, Michael Million, Roger Perry, J7 Surfboards, Blueline, Laura Inks, and, most

importantly, all artists and speakers taking part and sharing their creative talent with us. Extra thanks

to Stephanie Theimer for putting up with long hours and helping make New Noise a reality since 2009.

We can’t mention everyone, but we appreciate all who have helped contribute to make this event and

our Foundation exist, sustain, and grow.



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New Noise santa barbara’s live music showcase

nov 7 - 10 2012

As usual, New Noise Santa Barbara is bringing more

than 50 diverse bands to downtown Santa Barbara,

where they will be performing tight but powerful

sets from Wednesday to Saturday nights at Velvet Jones,

SOhO, Muddy Waters, and Whiskey Richards. And in 2012,

we are also taking over Santa Barbara’s Funk Zone for a

midday New Noise Block Party on Saturday, November 10,

11 a.m.-5 p.m.

The best way to experience the fun is to purchase an

all-access pass for just $55 (which includes entry to

showcases, the Block Party, and the Music Conference

on November 9 at The Savoy) or a concert-only wristband

for $40. Buy them now and learn more about who is

performing and when at

And remember, this is rock ‘n’ roll, so all artists and

set times are subject to change. Stay tuned to the

latest info at, Like Us on Facebook at, or follow us on

Twitter @newnoisesb.


SOhO Restaurant & Music Club: 1221

State St.

Tickets: $18/$20; All Ages

New Noise Music Festival KickOff…

9:00pm - Von Grey [Atlanta, GA]

10:00pm - Lindsey Stirling [Provo, UT]


Velvet Jones: 423 State St.

Tickets: $5; 21 +

92.9 KJEE & New Noise Present... Locally Brewed

8:15pm - Dante Elephante [Santa Barbara, CA]

9:15pm - Saint Anne’s Place [Lonmpoc, CA]

10:15pm - Freakin On Speaker’s [Santa Barbara, CA]

11:15pm - Naked Walrus [Santa Barbara, CA]

12:15am - Beware of Darkness [Los Angeles, CA]

Muddy Waters: 508 E Haley St.

Tickets: $7; All Ages

New Noise Music Festival Presents…

8:30pm - Wilson Gil [Santa Barbara, CA]

9:15pm - Kepi Ghoulie [Sacramento, CA}

10:15pm - Kevin Seconds [Sacramento, CA]

Whiskey Richards: 435 State St.

Tickets: $5; 21+

New Noise & Mutiny Studios Present...

9:30pm - American Dirt [San Luis Obispo]

10:30pm - The Mutineers [Santa Barbara, CA]

Lindsey Stirling kicks off

the New Noise Music Festival

on Wednesday, November 7th

at SOhO.

11:30pm - The Reverend Peyton’s Big Damn Band

[Bean Blossom, IN]

SOhO Restaurant & Music Club:

1221 State St.

Tickets: $16/$18; 18+

New Noise and Numbskull Present…

7:30pm - Jake Jeanson [Santa Barbara, CA]

8:15pm - Little Indian [Santa Barbara, CA]

9:15pm - Leftover Cuties [Los Angeles, CA]

10:30pm - Tyrone Wells [Spokane, WA]

Dinner reservations available by calling 962-7776 November 8 - 10, 2012 New Noise Santa Barbara 3

New Noise saNTa BarBara’s live music sHowcase

Nov 7 - 10 2012


velveT JoNes: 409 sTaTe sT.

Tickets: $20; All Ages; *Early Show* Doors open 6:30p

New Noise Music Festival Presents…

7:00pm - Def.Eye.Kon [Santa Barbara, CA]

7:30pm - Mod Sun [Bloomington, MN]

8:00pm - Saul Williams [New York City, NY]

9:00pm - Blackalicious [Sacramento, CA]

velveT JoNes: 423 sTaTe sT.

Tickets: $10; 18+

New Noise Music Festival Presents…

10:45pm - Ralph Torrefranca & the Outlawed Sons [Los

Angeles, CA]

11:30pm - Larry & His Flask [Central, OR]

12:30am - Mike Watt & The Missingmen [Portsmouth, VA]

soho resTauraNT & music cluB: 1221

sTaTe sT.

Tickets: $18; 21+

New Noise Music Festival Presents…

8:45pm - Matt Armor [Santa Barbara, CA ]

9:30pm - Indian Trading Furs [Santa Barbara, CA]

10:30pm - Wil Ridge [Santa Ynez, CA]

11:30pm - The White Buffalo [Los Angeles, CA]

muddy waTers: 508 e Haley sT.

Tickets: $8; All Ages

New Noise & Muddy Waters Cafe Present…

8:30pm - Islay Street [Santa Barbara, CA]

9:15pm - The Kinds [Santa Barbara, CA]

10:15pm - Sparrows Gate [San Luis Obispo, CA]

11:15pm - Howlin’ Woods [Santa Barbara, CA]

wHiskey ricHards: 435 sTaTe sT.

Tickets: $5; 21+

New Noise and Numbskull Present…

9:00pm - Guests

10:00pm - POOR [Ventura, CA]

11:00pm - Eating Fear [Santa Barbara, CA]

12:00am - The Fu*&ing Wrath [Ventura, CA]

ozomatli bring their amazing

live show to soho on

saturday, Nov. 10 at 8pm.

THe savoy (409 sTaTe sTreeT)

Friday, November 9, 5:30p.m.-7:30 p.m.

Sponsored by Playback Recording Studios & Dos Equis

If you’ve been learning from Chuck D and others all day at the

conference, it’s time to unwind, hang out, and relax with guest

speakers and other attendees. Meet new friends, network, talk shop,

and plan your night of music as we sip on hand-crafted cocktails. Plus,

if you’ve got your guitar, there’ll be an open microphone on stage,

so maybe you’ll land a record deal with so many industry insiders in

attendance. If you’d like to perform either show up or email today.

Blackalicious bring their Bay

area Hip Hop to velvet Jones on

friday, November 9th @ 7:00pm

New Noise HaPPy

Hour & oPeN mic

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New Noise Block ParTy

Saturday, November 10, 11:00a.m. - 5:00 p.m.

On Mason Street between State and Anacapa Streets, in Santa Barbara’s Funk Zone

All ages allowed. $10. Children under 10 free. Limited capacity. Advanced purchase recommended.

A full day of fun for the whole musically inclined family, with live music,

art on display, vendor booths, and a beer & wine garden, featuring

the brews of Dos Equis and Pacific Beverage Company as well as the

Urban Wine Trail offerings of Pali Wine Co., Oreana Winery, Municipal

Winemakers, and Santa Barbara Winery.

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The on-stage stars are: Gardens & Villa [Santa Barbara, CA] , Y La

Bamba [Portland, OR], Little Owl [Santa Barbara, CA], SISU [Los

Angeles, CA], So Many Wizards [Los Angeles, CA], Ghost Tiger

[Santa Barbara, CA] and Millions [Lompoc, CA].

Free Bike Valet by BiciCentro: Santa Barbara’s two-wheeled

champions Bici Centro are providing free bicycle valet services for

attendees of the New Noise Block Party to anywhere in town. Please tip

accordingly. See

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New Noise saNTa BarBara’s live music sHowcase

Nov 7 - 10 2012


New Noise Block ParTy: sTaTe & masoN sT.

Tickets: $10; All Ages; Doors open @ 10:30am

New Noise & Notes for Notes Present…

11:15am - Millions [Lompoc, CA]

12:00pm - Ghost Tiger [Santa Barbara, CA]

12:45pm - So Many Wizards [Los Angeles, CA]

1:30pm - SISU [Los Angeles, CA]

2:15pm - Little Owl [Santa Barbara, CA]

3:00pm - Y La Bamba [Portland, OR]

4:00pm - Gardens & Villa [Santa Barbara, CA]

muddy waTers: 508 e. Haley sT.

Tickets: $7; All Ages

New Noise and Numbskull Present…

3:30pm - Greg Attonito (of Boucing Souls) and Shanti Wintergate

** Family Show** Bring the kids and rock out to some kids

tunes... with a catchy/punky edge!

velveT JoNes: 423 sTaTe sT

Tickets: $12/$13 (Door); 21+

New Noise and Numbskull Present…

8:30pm - Wild Heart [Los Angeles, CA]

9:15pm - PK [San Luis Obispo, CA]

10:15pm - Wild Roses [Los Angeles, CA ]

11:15pm - Old Man Markley [Los Angeles, CA ]

12:00am - Nerf Herder [Goleta, CA]

wHiskey ricHards: 435 sTaTe sT.

Tickets: $5; 21+

New Noise and Numbskull Present…

9:00pm - Guests

10:00pm - Pullmen [Ventura, CA]

11:00pm - Terrible Feelings [Malmö, Sweeden]

12:00am - Spittin Cobras [Seattle, WA]

soho resTauraNT & music cluB:

1221 sTaTe sT.

Tickets: $30; 21+

New Noise and Numbskull Present…

9:00pm - Naia [Los Angeles, CA]

10:30pm - Ozomatli [Los Angeles, CA]

muddy waTers: 508 e Haley sT

Tickets: $8; All Ages

New Noise & Numbskull Present…

7:30pm - Comfort Machine [Santa Barbara, CA]

8:15pm - Saint Anne’s Place [Lompoc, CA]

9:15pm - Naked Walrus [Santa Barbara, CA]

10:15pm - Buster Blue [Gardnerville, NV]

local legends Nerf Herder make a

rare santa Barbara appearance during

the New Noise music festival

w/ old man markley+ more

WHERE: Various locations all over downtown Santa Barbara.

WHEN: Thursday, November 1 to Monday, November 12,

PiaNos oN sTaTe

10am- 9pm daily.

WHAT: Pianos on State is a collaborative community musical experience in which

artistically designed pianos are dropped off in public places throughout downtown

Santa Barbara and open for anyone to play. Some performances are planned

and scheduled in advance, but many others are completely spontaneous and

impromptu. This third annual public art outreach event coincides with New Noise

Santa Barbara, and kicks off during the 1st Thursday event on November 1.

WHO: Pianos on State is made possible by the gracious support and efforts of the Santa

Barbara Bowl Education Outreach, Notes for Notes, Santa Barbara Education

Foundation, Santa Barbara Arts Collaborative, Santa Barbara County Arts

Commission, Laura Inks, and the New Noise Music Foundation.

WHY: In addition to fostering a more musical and creative culture in Santa Barbara,

Pianos on State raises awareness for the Third Annual Instrument Drive 4 Youth.


6 New Noise Santa Barbara November 8 - 10, 2012



For four years in a row, the New Noise Digital Music

Conference has brought together some of the music and

technology worlds’ smartest minds to discuss the future of

sound, giving participants a chance to learn directly from and

interact intimately with today’s biggest industry players.

This year’s conference goes down all-day on Friday, November

9, when we host dozens of visionaries, entrepreneurs, app

creators, software developers, journalists, investors, artists,

and organizations who are playing an integral role in shaping

the culture and the future of how we produce, listen to, and

discover music.

This year’s conference takes place for the first time ever at

The Savoy, a nightclub located in the middle of Santa Barbara’s

entertainment district. Housed in one of our beautiful city’s

most historic buildings on State Street, The Savoy is being

transformed into New Noise’s festival hub all week long. From

Friday morning until evening, the conference is taking over all

three levels with panels and conversations between the folks

who aren’t afraid to tell you the truth about the music industry,

including the venerable hip-hop pioneer Chuck D of Public Enemy.

If you’re an aspiring musician, someone who wants a career in

music, or just an informed music fan, this is the place to be. And

it’s affordable too: only $25 for a conference-only ticket. Come on

down to The Savoy to be a part of the discussion!

Conference Pass: Only $25!

On Sale Now @ NewNoiseSB.Com

10:00 a.m., First Floor Stage

Welcome to New Noise!

Welcoming words plus morning refreshments and


10:15 a.m., First Floor Stage

License to Ill: Licensing and Publishing in

the Digital Age

Learn how to get your music onto top TV shows, movies,

videogames, and all over those crazy internets. We will

discuss how artists can tap into this revenue stream and

the basics of getting connected with the right people.


Pam Springs (Executive Director Music Licensing,

Universal Pictures)

Greg Danylyshyn (Owner, Go Big! Entertainment)

Mike Locke (Owner, Silver Side Productions)

Budd Carr (Music Supervisor, Savages, The

Terminator, etc.)

moderator: Jonathan Miller (Entertainment Attorney,

Nye Peabody, Stirling, Hale & Miller)

10:30 a.m., Third Floor Lounge

New Media for Traditional Business:

Hands-On Workshop With Oniracom

The music industry quickly became a leader in

captivating internet audiences, extracting revenue

from online business, and developing unique

web presences. What can traditional businesses,

whether music-focused or otherwise, learn from

that experience? Santa Barbara-based Oniracom will

share what they’ve learned in helping Jack Johnson,

Henry Rollins, Counting Crows, G Love, and others

excel in the 21st century marketplace.


Gideon Rubin (CMO, Local Market Launch)

Kyle Ashby (Founder, Kaldera Marketing)

Jacob Tell (CEO, Oniracom)

moderator: Mike Wald (CBDO, Oniracom)

11:30 a.m., First Floor Stage

Brand New World: Marketing,

Branding, and Getting Your Music


What’s the most effective way to get your band or

brand out there in these days of a social mediaswirling,

internet-addicted world? How do our

panelists market their artists using some of the

most innovative tech tools available? From DIY to

traditional PR, we’ll discuss how to get your sweet

tunes heard. Extensive Q&A to follow


Danny Ornelas (Owner, OrnelasOnline)

Aly Comingore (Music Editor, The Santa Barbara


Tom Osborn (Head of Marketing at Epitaph/Anti)

Evan Skopp (CEO, Inside Track)

Nick Long (CEO, MIXTA.PE)

moderator: Charles Donelan (Arts Editor, The Santa

Barbara Independent)

11:45 a.m., Third Floor Lounge

On the Road Again: Touring in 2012 and


With record sales sliding, the importance of touring cannot

be understated for career musicians. But how do you get

booked? Do you need an agent? If so, how can you get

one? Here’s all you need to know before setting sail on

the open road and what to do and what to avoid to get

the best gigs.


Eddy Numbskull (Owner, Numbskull Productions)

Damon Harris (Manager, Omega Management)

Christopher Darling (Logistics Co-Originator, Janco


Gail Hansen (Owner, SOhO Restaurant & Music Venue)

JJ Cassiere (Agent, The Agency Group)

moderator: Jeff Theimer (Director, New Noise Music


1:00 p.m., First Floor Stage

The Kids Aren’t Alright: Why We Need All-Ages

& Community Music Venues

Santa Barbara and MANY other towns like it are in desperate

need of a place for all ages peeps to rock out. Come learn

why, and about what other communities have done to foster

successful programs.


Ted Coe (Development Coordinator, KCSB 91.1 FM)

Allan Viscarra (Living Room Chair, New Noise Music


Bill Lewis (Owner, Muddy Waters Cafe)

Chad Peterson (Talent Buyer, Goldenvoice; Bassist, Strife)

Channing Peake (Bassist, False Puppet)

moderator: Matt Kettmann (Senior Editor, The Santa

Barbara Independent)

1:15 p.m., Third Floor Lounge

Studio Lovin’: What You Need to Know About

Recording and Producing

For up and coming bands, stepping into the studio is a

daunting affair. These experts, who have expertise in

everything from arena rock to hip-hop, will break it down.


Luke Ebbin (Producer, songwriter, new media entrepreneur)

Tucker Bodine (Owner, Playback Recording Studio)

Eric Palmquist (Producer, Infrasonic Sound)

Damion “Damizza” Young (Producer, Baby Ree


moderator: Tim Boris (attorney, The Boris Group)

Chuck D (Member of hip hop royalty

Public Enemy, Producer, Writer &

Activist) will sit down with Ian Rogers

of TopSpin Media to discuss his latest

projects and his views on the changing

music industry (Friday, Nov 9th @ the

Savoy) 10am-5pm.

2:10 p.m.: First Floor Stage

Sustainable Songwriting: How to Turn Your

Passion Into a Career

Two of Santa Barbara’s most talented resident songwriters

will discuss how they managed to take turn their talents and

dreams into everyday reality.


Zach Gill (ALO, Jack Johnson Band)

Glen Phillips (Solo artist/ Toad the Wet Sprocket)

moderator: Charles Donelan (Arts Editor, The Santa

Barbara Independent)

2:30 p.m., Third Floor Lounge

pitch it! with brian zisk of SF musictech

Ever wondered how to get your start up off the

ground? Wondering why you can’t seem to find or connect

with the right people who want to help turn your amazing

idea into reality? Brian Zisk is an entrepreneur specializing

in digital media, web broadcasting and distribution

technologies. He is a founder of BuzzMakers, Inc., which

produces the SF MusicTech Summit and the Future of Money

& Technology Summit. Brian will be on hand to listen to

your best ‘elevator pitch,’ and help guide you to success.

Who knows – if he digs your idea, he might even help

make some intros for ya! Drop your business card off when

you arrive at the session, and be ready to do an up to 60

second pitch on your startup, product, or idea. Preparation

is not required, but is encouraged. Take advantage of this

opportunity! Brian will be preceded by one of the winner’s

of Santa Barbara Start Up Weekend (Nov 2-5) for a

brief presentation.


Brian Zisk (of SF MusicTech)

Ian Rogers (CEO, TOPSPIN

MEDIA) will interview

Chuck D on his “This Week

In Music,” live from the

New Noise Digital Music


3:10 p.m., First Floor Stage

Still ‘A Man’s World’?: How Women Continue

to Rise to the Top of the Music Biz

Like throughout the rest of corporate America, women are

rising to the top of the music industry. But how difficult has

it been? And what challenges do they still face?


Beverly Jackson (Senior Director of Marketing,GRAMMY


Rosylnn Carrabius (Senior Director of Artist Relations,

MySpace Music)

Tonya Cooke (Head of Music, Adler Integrated Agency)

Shirley Halperin (Music Editor, The Hollywood


moderator: Jaime Sarachit (CMO, TicketMob)

4:10 p.m., First Floor Stage


The Chuck D Interview

Public Enemy’s Chuck D is the pioneer of activist minded

hip-hop, and he’ll be talking frankly about the role of the

movement under America’s first black president. Leading

the conversation will be Ian Rogers of Topspin Media, who

was also a seminal player in the growth of hip-hop due to

his previous jobs at Grand Royale and as the webmaster of from 1993 to 1998. He’ll also be asking

Chuck about how P2P networks affected his career and find

out what he thinks about Spotify, MOG, and other streaming

platforms. Definitely an interview you won’t want to miss!

All New Noise Conference Sessions have

extensive Q&A opportunities to make sure you

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New Noise Santa Barbara is proud to be funded in part by

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funds provided by the City of Santa Barbara in partnership

with the Santa Barbara County Arts Commission.

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