The Drugstore Cowboys
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The Drugstore Cowboys

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"Drugstore Cowboys Review"

The Cowboys begin with caustic dance music and sometimes play that genre straight: The message of "Penguin Tuxes at the Disco Bar," for example, is "sway your body from left to right." The group also enlists the tortured-tonsils delivery of screamo, the flowing chatter of arty hip-hop and the faux-classical keyboard melodies of New Romantic music.
- Washington Post

"Drugstore Cowboys Review"

Electronic rock duo. Programming + vox. Likes early Skinny Puppy, early Marilyn Manson, early Depeche Mode, early Gus Van Sant, early Rammstein, contemplating 9/11 as an event but also as a larger metaphor that can be turned into inappropriately banal artwork, dancing angry, shopping angry, watching Jackass ironically, debating irony angrily, living in basements, watching anime (angrily). Looking for someone to hold hands with. Must be an “up” person. No dogs, please. - Exclaim! Magazine


"Chapter 3006 Of Dance Moves For The Apocalypse: If The Octamaiden Was A Diabetic Joykill Addict" LP on Lujo Records


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Washington DC’s own Drugstore Cowboys are a gem among gems. You will truly never find another band with such a desire to sound like everyone and no one at the same time. These two young men (Jeff Scott: Vocals, Programming; Philippe Granade-Willis: Programming, Vocals) have set out to become everything you’ve ever wanted in music and more.
Within the last year they’ve played everything from the smallest house party to the biggest pavilion with every level of band from Cutlery and The Saloon League to Depeche Mode and She Wants Revenge. They’ve been posted about on many music message boards and also have been chosen as one of a very select few groups to win Ernie Ball’s Battle Of The Bands to play Warped Tour. They’re gearing up to release their Lujo Records debut album “Chapter 3006 Of Dance Moves For The Apocalypse: If The Octomaiden Was A Diabetic Joykill Addict” in October. Twelve tracks of pulsating, in your face electro/hardcore/dancepop that will blow you away.
The Band plans on touring nonstop to support their newest release and every other release that follows. Catch them in a town near you to see them put on a performance like you’ve never seen before. Check out either of their websites to find out more about them; or