Work Drugs – Tickets – The Roxy Theatre – West Hollywood, CA – August 30th, 2013

Work Drugs

The Roxy Theatre presents

Work Drugs

Sun Rai, Mind The Gap, Turn Me On Dead, That's Not My Baby

Friday August 30

8:00 pm

$11.50 - $13.50

The Roxy Theatre is an all ages, general admission, standing room only venue. If you are under 21 you must purchase a $3 food and beverage coupon at the door. For VIP accommodations, please e-mail VIP@THEROXY.COM. If tickets are not available on this site please contact The Roxy Theatre box office at 310-278-9457. PLEASE NOTE THAT DOORS, SET TIMES AND LINE UP ARE SUBJECT TO CHANGE. YOU MUST BRING A VALID PHOTO ID TO PICK UP YOUR TICKETS AT WILL CALL.

Work Drugs
Work Drugs
Work Drugs is a sedative-wave/smooth-fi group from Philadelphia, PA by way of the Florida Keys. Work Drugs makes music specifically for dancing, yachting, sexting, and living.

Formed in early 2011, Work Drugs immediately gained critical attention with their infectiously smooth debut singles "Third Wave" and "Rad Racer." The songs also gained the attention of up and coming indie pop group Two Door Cinema Club who offered Work Drugs an opening slot on their 2011 North American tour. Since the 2011 tour Work Drugs have played with and toured with bands such as Peter Bjorn and John, Electric Guest, Maps and Atlases, Sun Airway, Umphrey's McGee, Battles, and more. Work Drugs debut LP "DELTA" was released in late 2012.

Work Drugs is Benjamin Louisiana and Thomas Crystal."
Sun Rai
Sun Rai
Rai Thistlethwayte. Musician - Performer - Music Lover.
Mind The Gap
Mind The Gap
Mind the Gap is an Electronic Rock group based in Los Angeles, California. MTG stir up sexy hooks, crushing harmonies, and fancy beats that pound your heart and shake your rump. MTG formed in 2010 when singer/songwriter duo, Cahn & Yang, met music producers, Ru & Ozzy, of The Bird Call on the wild streets of L.A. The collab began writing songs for Film/TV. They were commissioned to write theme songs for TV shows on Discovery, A&E, History, VH1, and Playboy TV.

Mind the Gap self-released their debut album, 'The Good Fight' in 2011. Their forthcoming EP entitled "YOUTH" is set to release in 2013. Get ready to have your heart ripped open under the bright light.
Turn Me On Dead
Turn Me On Dead
Returning to your roots can be a hard thing to do. Sometimes it means leaving everything and everyone you know and love behind. For the four gentlemen of Turn Me On Dead returning to their roots means returning to the no holds barred type of rock n' roll they heard as children. Influenced heavily by The Beatles and 80's pop music, TMOD are playing music of their influences but on their own terms. Blurring the lines of what is thought to be traditional rock, electro, and indie, TMOD have made a style truly all their own.

With a plethora of musical tastes and backgrounds ranging from rock to electro to garage and dance TMOD shows no limitations with their writing ability and style. Starting the year with a solid four piece line up (Rick Alexander-Vocals, David Ovlite-Bass, Synths, Programming, Johnny Diaz-Electric Guitar, Daniel Dimas-Drums)TMOD has done nothing but try to break the mold of today's music scene. With music influenced by bands such as The Beatles, Pink Floyd, Depeche Mode, Portishead, and LCD Sound System, TMOD mixes rock ‘n’ roll and electro together seamlessly. And with constant comparisons to Bono of U2, Robert Smith of The Cure, and legendary international pop singer José José, vocalist Rick Alexander shows a range and talent possessed by few.

After releasing their debut four song EP "bIRTH" and receiving national praise and steady radio play from coast to coast for their ultra catchy single "Happi Face", TMOD is preparing to start a new chapter. They are headed into the recording studio for production of their first full length LP with plans for a March 2013 release. They are releasing it independently as a testament to all their hard work over the last year. After the CD's release, the band will continue to play shows for anyone and everyone into the Year, while also searching for a label to possibly call home. So be ready and gear up for the electro-dance sounding rock ‘n’ roll to shine through this band as they make a name for themselve
That's Not My Baby
That's Not My Baby
That's Not My Baby was a genetic experiment originally proposed as a means of eliminating all of the worlds problems. It worked.