Alex G

  • Alex G and Hatchie at Union Transfer 11/18

    Philly’s own Alex G played three sold out shows at Union Transfer 11/18-11/20, completing the tour for his latest album release, “God Save The Animals.” It was especially sweet hearing him sing lyrics on “Miracles” about having a baby while standing next to his pregnant partner, Molly Germer, as...
  • mmeadows: “I like to think we bring a lot of humanity to this type of music.” (Tonight at WCL w/ Will Sheff)

    “What’s pleasantly surprising about these shows… is having people come up to us at the merch table and say things like, ‘I usually don’t like this kind of music,’ meaning pop music,” says Kristin Slipp, laughing.  Slipp is likely best-known as a member of Cuddle Magic and The Dirty...
  • Come See Lowertown Go “batshit insane,” 10/29 at UT w/ beabadoobee

    Yesterday Atlanta duo Lowertown released their debut LP, I Love To Lie, courtesy of Dirty Hit.  And next week they hit the road for more than a month of shows supporting labelmate beabadoobee, including an October 29th stop at Union Transfer.  The band is comprised of BFFs Olivia Osby...
  • Indigo De Souza: “Things always have been changing and always are changing.” (5/2 at UT)

    Last September Asheville-based indie rock singer/songwriter Indigo De Souza played a sold-out show at Eraserhood’s exceptionally intimate PhilaMOCA.  However, she’s already returning to David Lynch’s former neighborhood, this time to play across the street, at the much larger Union Transfer on Monday, May 2nd (originally scheduled for this January),...
  • Half Waif, in Her Epic, Headlining Form (11/13 at JB’s)

    Philadelphia has seen Half Waif (Nandi Rose) play support to some of the coolest artists of recent years, including Alex G, Julien Baker, Mitski, Land of Talk, and Pinegrove (of which she’s also a member), but this Saturday, November 13th, she will be bringing her headlining show Johnny Brenda’s. ...