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Murder City Devils
Murder City Devils at Teragram Ballroom, nothing but smiles from front-to-back

Angelenos put on their dancing shoes this past Sunday in anticipation for hell they would raise with the Murder City Devils at Teragram Ballroom. After more than 2 decades of inciting marshall law on the dance floor, Murder City Devils haven’t wained in the energy they bring to the stage. They covered their bases and powered […]

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SadGirl
SadGirl, Peach Kelli Pop and Healing Gems light up the Teragram Ballroom

It has been really amazing seeing this band grow like the flowers they sport on their merch. Is that a horrible analogy? Probably. Clearly I am no writer. What I do know is that SadGirl has had their guitar pedals to the metal for the last year. Their show this past Sunday at Teragram Ballroom […]

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Sandra Burciaga Olinger |
And The Kids at the Teragram Ballroom shot by Danielle Gornbein
Lucy Dacus serenades to perfection at Teragram Ballroom, The Kids and Adult Mom add to the friendly affair

Locals grabbed their coats and umbrellas on the rainy Thursday evening and their made way over to downtown’s LA’s Teragram Ballroom for the rising musician, Lucy Dacus. Along for the tour’s ride were friends And The Kids and Adult Mom. Getting the show off to a beautiful start was Miss Stephanie Knipe who performs under the moniker […]

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Danielle Gornbein |
Porches at the Teragram Ballroom shot by Danielle Gornbein
Porches brings down ‘The House’ for sold-out LA gig at Teragram Ballroom

Friday night was lush as ever over at downtown LA’s Teragram Ballroom. Fans sold out the venue for Porches – the synth-pop project of musician, Aaron Maine. In support of his third album, The House he brought along some friends to begin the show. First up was Harmony Trinidad of the whisper-rock duo, Girlpool. Trinidad […]

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Danielle Gornbein |
Typhoon
Experience Typhoon’s New LP Offerings Live at the Teragram Ballroom on Sunday 2/11

If you read Grimy Goods’ coverage of Kyle Morton’s Bootleg performance from January of last year, you may understandably be clamoring for tickets the next time he’s in town. In our interview, he mentions working on a new album with his band Typhoon–a promising hint, because for everyone that isn’t Kate Bush, a new album […]

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Zoe Elaine |
Sure Sure share delightful single “Giants,” debut album out now

In a near effortless exercise in optimism, indie-rockers Sure Sure have unveiled the final single from their now released self-titled debut album, a release that instantly cements their breezily enchanting DIY tones into something sublimely delightful. The song, “Giants,” spins itself in the form of a happy-go-lucky warning, one textured by the boys’ distinct wails […]

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I’m With Her release new single “Game To Lose” off upcoming debut album

The trio of folk crooners I’m With Her, the band fronted by Sara Watkins, Sarah Jarosz, and Aoife O’Donovan, have released their second single “Game To Lose” off their upcoming debut album See You Around. Wielding their three-part harmonies with a poignant elegance and near seamless effortlessness that would give Lucius a run for their money, […]

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Bahamas release sizzling new single “Bad Boys Need Love Too”

Toronto singer/songwriter Bahamas, the groovy brainchild of Afie Jurvanen, has released his first single “Bad Boys Need Love Too” off his highly-anticipated upcoming fourth studio album Earthtones. The track sizzles and pops between its sultry beats courtesy of legend James Gadson and a collection of smoky vocals, which are offered up by bandmate Felicity Williams and the […]

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Steven Ward |
Vic Mensa at Teragram Ballroom -- Photo: Michael Espeleta
Vic Mensa packs Teragram Ballroom for free benefit show in support of hurricane relief efforts

This past Monday night Tidal and Vic Mensa had a free pop-up benefit concert in Los Angeles for Hurricane Harvey victims. Fans were asked to bring at least one donation for the victims such as toiletries, school supplies, diapers and more. Vic Mensa fans had the Teragram Ballroom packed, with a line wrapping around the […]

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Oh Sees at Teragram Ballroom -- Photo: Andrew Gomez
Oh Sees leave crowd in blissful hysterics at Teragram Ballroom

This past thursday night, Oh Sees formerly known as Thee Oh Sees ripped our faces off at Teragram Ballroom. Armed with John Dwyer and two drummers, Oh Sees have so much punk energy to go along with fuzzed out garage sounds, its basically music that’s engineered to rip you a new one. They tore through […]

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