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Work Drugs

Free Download: Daytrotter Session - Work Drugs

Daytrotter just posted a new session from Philly's own Work Drugs. You can download it for free HERE (w/a membership). The band's new album Mavericks will be out June 18 via Bobby Cahn Records. They'll also be performing a free concert on Wednesday, July 10 at Morgan's Pier. (Illustration by Johnnie Cluney)


New Music Video: "West Coast Slide" - Work Drugs

Work Drugs shared a free download last week of their latest single "West Coast Slide" from the band's upcoming album, which now has a title, Maverick. (Is this a nod to 80's classic Top Gun?) Well, they also just posted a new music video for the track this morning that makes us wanna leave our lives in Philly behind for the endless summer. Spring Break foreva, y'all!


Work Drugs Opening for Future Rock at UT April 19

Work Drugs open an electrifying evening tonight at Union Transfer. The group produces sneakily seductive groove-generating pop music, and with the release of their new single “West Coast Slide” yesterday, the duo of Thomas Crystal and Benjamin Louisiana continues their trend of crafting silky songs that embrace a cool coasting in the evening vibe that saunters the threshold of the relaxed chill undercurrent of steady percussion, smooth horns and sleek guitar, while still churning out dance-inspiring grooves with sensual semi-whispered vocals. They’ll be sharing a bill this evening that includes Luke the Knife, the funky DJ moniker of Lotus member Luke Miller who will be joined by bandmate Mike Greenfield, and is headlined by Chicago-based electro-rock trio Future Rock. If you’re looking for a groove, UT should be your destination. Union Transfer, 1024 Spring Garden St., 8:30pm, $16, All Ages - Michael Colavita


Free Download: "West Coast Slide" - Work Drugs

Work Drugs premiered a new track earlier today via All Things Go called "West Coast Slide," which you can download for free below. The song will appear on the band's upcoming yet-to-be-named LP scheduled for release this summer on Bobby Cahn Records. They'll be performing tomorrow night at Union Transfer opening for Future Rock and Luke The Knife (featuring Luke Miller and Mike Greenfield from Lotus).


Photo Recap: Work Drugs, Night Panther & Cruiser at KFN

There was a most excellent sold-out locals only show this past Saturday at Kung Fu Necktie with Work DrugsNight Panther and Cruiser. All three acts performed fantastic sets - complete with a “Happy Birthday” serenade from the nocturnal felines and an “Ernest goes to…” album giveaway. Cruiser encouraged the rowdiness to commence by having the crowd shout out submissions for a chance to get a copy of their debut self-titled EP. Drum roll please - and the winner was: “Ernest goes down on your mom.” Way to always keep it classy Philly! You can check out our photos from the fun night HERE.


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