North Shore Pharmacy | The Essentials Vol.1

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The Essentials Vol.1

by North Shore Pharmacy

The infamous ringmaster, Charlie McGirk, welcomes you to party with Chicago’s newest electro-funk party band. The Essentials Volume 1 is a true audio-collage that blends together elements of hip-hop and electronic music with raw, live instrumentation.
Genre: Rock: Adult Alternative Pop/Rock
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1. Just Another Day (At the Pharmacy)
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2. It's Me, Not You
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3:27 $0.99
3. Through Catastrophe, Dance With Me
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3:54 $0.99
4. Funky Beat Maker (feat. Sam Trump & Emily Nichols)
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4:01 $0.99
5. Birfday
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2:55 $0.99
6. You Tell Me
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3:38 $0.99
7. Paper Towns
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2:42 $0.99
8. Get With the Program
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3:29 $0.99
9. Science Fiction
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4:08 $0.99
10. Ouch Charlie (Rough Night in Madtown)
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11. Charlie McGirk (feat. Ross Bacon)
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Chicago's North Shore Pharmacy creates a clever mashup of genres that results in a diverse blend of electronic, beat-heavy songs with hip-hop, alternative, and funk.

Citing influences of other genre-bending bands such as the Gorillaz and N.E.R.D., the multi-faceted song-writing of North Shore Pharmacy contains at times both a darker cynicism and a playful light-heartedness, earning them comparisons to a 21st century “Blood Sugar Sex Magik.”

The “Essentials Volume 1” is the first wave of songs created by this five piece band comprised of previous members of seasoned local Chicago bands, Ghosthouse, Loyal Divide, and Breakers Broken. North Shore Pharmacy’s "anything goes" writing process has produced an eclectic exploratory soundscape that blends together the best elements of live instrumentation and modern electronic music.

“I was living on the street for 50 years and these boys clothed me. Listen to their music, it’s good too.”
- Charlie McGirk

“Between going to a super popular concert and listening to NSP I would certainly listen to NSP almost 50% of the time.”
- Charlie McGirk

“Tongue tying lyrics, face smashing drums, flesh frying guitar and ball dropping bass. That’s all I have to say about that.”
- Charlie McGirk

“These boys are wilier than a pig in a poke on St. Ham Day. Strap on your seatbelts kids its gonna be like a bacon sandwich on your birthday!”
- Charlie McGirk

“Half electro, half funk, half rock, half man, half dog. All kick ass party time!”
- Charlie McGirk

"Jesus H Christ on a Popsicle stick!! I was trying to remember where I left my car when I walked past NSP playing inside Abbey Pub. Stopped in for a puke and a listen. These guys know how to play and party!"
- Charlie McGirk

"There is no better evening of party jams, grooving, and cocktails than with these rapscallions!"
- Charlie McGirk

"Tongue tying lyrics, face smashing drums, flesh frying guitar and ball dropping bass. That’s all I have to say about that."
- Charlie McGirk

"I haven’t been at a party like this since I saw Otis Day and the Knights at the Delta house. North Shore Pharmacy is a good shot to the system and a cold beer to boot."
- Charlie McGirk


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