Tag Archives: Teragram Ballroom

Better Oblivion Community Center get lost in a surreal fever-dream in video for “Dylan Thomas,” self-titled album out now

Better Oblivion Community Center, the mash-up project of Phoebe Bridgers and Conor Oberst have finally released their self-titled debut album along with a music video of their “Dylan Thomas.” Bridgers just recently ended her tour with another singer/songwriter supergroup boygenius, alongside the likes of Julien Baker and Lucy Dacus, and what better way to top […]

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Frankie and the Witch Fingers
Frankie and the Witch Fingers Release New Single + Video “Pleasure” — LA Tour Date at Teragram

Almost a year after their cantankerous album Brain Telephone, L.A. based Frankie and the Witch Fingers are back with their newest single and video “Pleasure.” The single will be released as a 7” with an epic demo of their track “Realization” on the B-side. Purchase the 7” Green Way Records. The trippy lo-fi visuals for the […]

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Steve Gunn
The Art of Healing: Steve Gunn’s The Unseen In Between

Steve Gunn has been coursing throughout the veins of America’s guitar-led underground with a stacked resume filled with the likes of Kurt Vile and Michael Chapman. Without a doubt, he is a skilled sonic painter–one who delicately strokes sublime landscapes and breathtaking views. The critically-lauded guitarist/vocalist is adept at exploring the lives and times of […]

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The Coathangers
The Coathangers back in L.A. with a show at Teragram Ballroom — new album, new song revealed

The Coathangers are coming through with a whole lotta new! The Coathhangers have announced a Los Angeles show date for February 21 at the Teragram Ballroom. The garage rock trio are touring in support of their new album The Devil You Know. The 11-track record will be released March 8 via Suicide Squeeze Records. And […]

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Ex Hex
Ex Hex announce new album with LA show at Teragram Ballroom — stream new song “Cosmic Cave.”

Ex Hex are back with a new album and are laying down some tour dates with a Los Angeles performance at the Teragram Ballroom on April 25. The Washington, D.C. trio are gearing up to release their second album It’s Real, coming March 22 of Merge Records. You can pre-order it today on CD, LP, and magenta […]

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Death From Above to headline the Teragram Ballroom in Downtown, Los Angeles

Death From Above will headline a Los Angeles show at the Teragram Ballroom on Sunday, Nov. 4 with support from CRX. The Canadian dance-punk duo are touring in support of their 2002 debut EP, Heads Up. In addition to Death From Above’s Los Angeles concert date at the Troubadour, the band also has a slew of U.S. dates […]

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Dirty Laundry wants to get your ass out to vote — Rise Above :: A Voter Registration Benefit Show

The crew at Dirty Laundry TV & Penniback Records have a great event coming up that you all need to get behind! On Sunday, Sept. 23, Dirty Laundry TV & Penniback Records will present Rise Above :: A Voter Registration Benefit Show featuring Hutch Harris (of The Thermals), Frances Quinlan (of Hop Along), Crush (members of The Black […]

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Mac DeMarco brings pure joyful insanity to Teragram Ballroom

A wildly eager crowd welcomed the weekend over at the Teragram Ballroom in downtown LA with our favorite wacky Canadian, Mac DeMarco! Thursday evening’s festivities held night two of three at the Teragram Ballroom – each bringing along different opening acts to get things going. We got to hear the musical stylings from two groups […]

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Sego mingle melancholy with sublime intimacies in new single “Be Alone”

Indie-rock outfit Sego blend the darkly melancholic with sublime confessionalism on their new song “Be Alone,” letting their heavy emotions grow in the hollowed soundscapes they create. Created at first as part of a film score that part of the band was working on, the song blended pretty seamlessly into their affinity for groggy guitar […]

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Yo La Tengo at Teragram Ballroom -- Photo: Kiby Gladstein
Yo La Tengo continue to impress fans with stellar performance at Teragram Ballroom

At first glance of the extensive assemblage of instruments on stage, one might assume indie rock trio Yo La Tengo is actually an octet. Prior to the show, murmurs among the crowd indicated many fans were attending both evenings of their two night stay at the Teragram Ballroom, solidifying LA’s contingent of the die hard, […]

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