Of all the cities in the world, what makes Sacramento unique? Is it the general feel of creativity and communal support? Absolutely. Sacramento doesn’t produce a public, but rather, fosters individuals. What’s so great about that, you may ask? Consider NorCal NoiseFest, an event that started as a two-day, jam-sesh-esque gathering back in 1995, but has now evolved into a three-day festival attracting musicians and noisemakers from all over the country. The first day of the event (Oct. 3, 2014) will be hosted at Luna’s Cafe from 7 p.m. to midnight, and requires only a $10 cash cover from attendees. Days two and three (Oct. 4 to 5, 2014) begin at 2 p.m. and will be hosted at Witch Room with the same cover fee. Norcalnoisefest.com has tons of information on performing bands, the festival history, and much more. Come explore new, up-and-coming sounds inspiring the experimental force behind modern music.