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WOLF Create An Anti-Gravity Environment At Bodega

It’s Alright To Rock And Roll!!!! WOLF Creates An Anti-Gravity Environment At Bar Bodega!

Venue: Bar Bodega, Willis Street, Wellington
When: Thursday August 3rd
Cover Charge: only $3
Support Band – urban folk heroes, Slowboat
Time: from 10.00pm


WOLF PLAY IT'S A FLOP, AT VALVE NITECLUB, BEFORE EUROPEAN TOUR

Did you think rock and roll was dead? Tired of the old boring post-rock diddly-diddly-diddly seriousness? Remember when rock ‘n roll wasn’t ruined by Nirvana....!?

Rock ‘n roll scientists

WOLF

will create an anti-gravity environment at BAR BODEGA this Thursday. Experience REAL INSTALLATION pop-art. Get HIGH on the stored THC WOLF will release from your BRAIN. Get SERIOUS funloving, PSYCHO-ACTIVE, get INKY PINKY, you’re all STINKY. Better than LOVE, at least as much fun as Liberty Valance. See a banjo distort. Find a God in the Machine.......It will be LOUD.

WOLF will be supported by folk rockers

Slowboat.

They are “Melancholy and dark”, says the singer, and not at all similar to folkies Dave, Tim and Bic. They are also yellow and loud, and green and near. They do have a Dave, though he prefers to be called DAVID, from another band – LA GLORIA. They also have an ADAM, also of MARINEVILLE. Adam writes ACTUAL SONGS.

Previews:

“Singer guitarist Chris Holm is rumoured to have a very high pitched voice” – Simon Vita, City Voice.

Reviews:

“Yeah, you were really good.” A fan.

“You should play louder, next time.” David Welch, art critic, Friend of the BAND.

“You are never playing here again...” barman of VALVE nightclub (philistine)

“Hurry up and finish your press release” Big Al Thompson, editor Scoop.

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