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Work Drugs Opening for Future Rock at UT April 19





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

Published: April 19, 2013 |

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