Contest: Win tickets to see Black Angels at Union Transfer on 4/7


Austin psychedelic rock powerhouse The Black Angels are back this year with their fourth full-length album, Indigo Meadow. Out on Tuesday, the record sizzles in the signature Black Angels sound – thumping rhythms, droning guitars, spacey textures. The band makes its way to Philly next Sunday, April 7th for a show at Union Transfer, and we’re giving away a pair of tickets this week on The Key – just leave a comment below for your chance to win. Below, watch the band performing at Austin Psych Fest back in February.

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  • CB

    that looks like a photo of the Growlers not the Black Angels

    • John Vettese

      Good eye, CB. I think it’s right now. Were you correcting or entering to win tickets? ‘Cause by commenting, you’re entered for tickets.

  • TerrapinJess

    Well, it’d be awesome to win these tickets! Can’t beat Union Transfer either. ::crossing fingers::

  • Brian Von Uff

    I want to win something in my life!

  • Michael Southerton

    Killer jam.

  • keith

    Loved their ‘Phosphene Dream’ album in 2010! Bet they put on a great show!!

  • Jared

    Saw them at the TLA during the dropout boogie tour with Black Mountain. Both were awesome!…Hope the new album is more bright psychedelia rather then the dark albums of the past!

  • Rachael

    Great and fun openers too, The Allah-Lahs!

  • Julia Murphy

    hmmmm… birthday is coming up soon….and I sure need a Union Transfer fix!

  • Matt Marzolf

    WOO HOO I said when I won those tickets….

  • Angel

    “Always Indigo, always indigo, meadow.” ;)

  • Deb Yurek

    Bloodhounds on my Trail and Telephone=most excellent music!

  • justinsomething

    Dear The Key,

    Pick the person who mentioned the Allah-Lahs because i was going to say that and she beat me to it!

    Some Guy on the Internet

  • Larry

    yes plz

  • Victoria Powell

    I would love to go! Also, the Austin Psych Fest sounds pretty cool…

  • Anna

    Saw them at Bonnaroo and promised myself I’d see them again!