Eraserhood

  • Get to Know Blondshell, 1/27 at UT (w/ Suki Waterhouse)

    Last month LA-based singer/songwriter Sabrina Teitelbaum – better known as Blondshell – sent millennials on a nostalgic excursion through the trials and tribulations of our formative years with her latest single, “Veronica Mars,” an ode to the CW teen drama and an acknowledgement of just how fucked up are...
  • Turnover’s Austin Getz Talks About, “A whole new energy around the band.” (12/18 at UT)

    “Pitchfork gave it a really awful review, which means it’s the kind of album I would love,” says Turnover singer Austin Getz of the band’s latest album, Myself in the Way.  The album — which dropped November 4th courtesy of Run For Cover Records — is the fifth full-length...
  • The Lemonheads’ It’s a Shame About Ray Turns 30, and is Still “barely short of the miraculous.” (12/14 at UT)

    2022 has already seen a plethora of icons of ‘90s alternative rock grace the stages of the City of Brotherly Love and Sisterly Affection, including Sonic Youth’s Kim Gordon bringing her solo debut to the TLA, L7 celebrating the 30th anniversary of Bricks Are Heavy at Union Transfer, and...
  • Greg Anderson of Sunn O))) Talks Shoshin (初心) Duo (12/16 at UT)

    This Friday, December 9th, Sunn O)))’s Greg Anderson and Stephen O’Malley will kick off a tour as Shoshin (初心) Duo in Atlanta, which includes a December 16th stop at our very own Union Transfer.  Last month the experimental metal band and EarthQuaker Devices released the third incarnation of the...
  • Dying Wish’s Emma Boster on More Than a Year on the Road (12/12 at Underground Arts w/ Counterparts)

    Dying Wish — a self-described, “extreme metallic hardcore band infused with a punk spirit.” – have been touring basically nonstop since the release of their debut LP, Fragments of a Bitter Memory, which dropped last October on SharpTone Records.  The Portland-based group played both Underground Arts and the First...
  • The Return of Bonny Light Horseman (12/11 at Underground Arts)

    The City of Brotherly Love and Sisterly Affection first met Bonny Light Horseman at Boot & Saddle in February of 2020, just before the world shut down…  The band – consisting of singer/songwriter Anaïs Mitchell, multi-instrumentalist/producer/arranger Josh Kaufman, and Fruit Bats leader (and former member of The Shins) Eric...
  • Dayseeker Get Personal (12/6 at UT)

    A Tour of The Concrete Jungle’s stop at Union Transfer next Tuesday, December 6th, has been sold-out for quite a while now.  And while beyond-buzzy Richmond metalcore enthusiasts Bad Omens are headlining, and likely provided the biggest incentive for fans to get their tickets early, the tour’s support acts...
  • One-Time-Only: Plains in Eraserhood

    Katie Crutchfield has already graced the stage of Union Transfer twice this year, and during her third and most recent 2022 appearance at the Eraserhood ballroom, the singer/songwriter revealed that she was just informed she had played the venue more than any other artist…  Her two sold-out appearances this...
  • Meet BAYLI, 11/13 at UT (w/ Magdalena Bay)

    BAYLI is currently our favorite alt-pop-phenom-on-the-rise to emerge from the confines of lockdown-inspired internet fandom.  “She makes bops for the it-girl that resides in all of us,” says The Face.  The queer, Black singer/songwriter first made a major splash on her own with 2021’s stories from new york EP,...