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“Well I love kitties and I love puppies / I can’t stand agendas and fuck all the yuppies!WAG joyfully cries on their ode to slackerdom, “Melt,” one of the best tributes to getting a little high, taking it easy and enjoying the simpler pleasures of life.  Oscillating between sleazy grooves (“Grappling With California”) and early ’90s grunge-tinted rockers (“Bring Back The Guillotine”), their album No Worries is full of sex, drugs, angst, hazy mornings, boring afternoons and nights you just can’t quite remember.  In other words, a great rock n’ roll representation of everyday life.

WAG will be opening up for fellow alt-rockers Birdmonster at Bottom of the Hill this week. The latter band’s latest single, “Dead Somehow,” is out now, a pretty little tune with a gripping melody and some gorgeously atmospheric guitar work.  The new release is part of their Singles Project, a collection of songs that, in their own words, were “recorded in fits and spurts in assorted basements and backrooms over the last year in San Francisco.”  Come see the band take those songs out of the basement and onto the stage this Saturday night.

We have a pair of tickets to give away to this show! To enter for a chance to win tickets, email with “Birdmonster” in the subject line and your full name in the body of the email. Winner will be selected at random and notified via email.

Birdmonster, Cash for Gold, WAG
Bottom of the Hill
August 30, 2014
8:30pm, $10, 21+