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With essential tracks like “Friday Night,” “The Bottle,” and “Waking Up Drunk” in Spider Bags’ repertoire, the band's creative process seems pretty clear: get hammered, feel bad, write a song. Dan McGhee (of D.C.’s DC Snipers) moved to North Carolina a few years back, perhaps to nurture his latent country-punk sensibilities. The result has been a glorious melding of that genre with vintage and garage rock that's messy, fun, and memorable. Spider Bags' third album, Shake My Head, is like a great party that you remember for a good long time, and any fan of The Replacements, The Fleshtones, or King Kahn (in his many guises) should appreciate the amped-up hillbilly punk of “Keys to the City,” the garage-fume boogie of “Standing on a Curb,” and the good-time, ‘Mats-loving rocker “Friday Night.” The trio kicks up enough noise on the swampy “I’ll Go Crazy” and “The Moon Is a Schoolgirl” to sound like a five-piece, and McGhee’s witty lyrics and no-frills delivery (sometimes sounding like a cross between Paul Westerberg and Jeff Tweedy) is certainly enough to win him couch-surfing space wherever he goes.

Biography

Formed: Chapel Hill, NC

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Specializing in rollicking but slightly shambolic tales of hard living and questionable behavior, the Spider Bags were first formed in New Jersey by guitarist and vocalist Dan McGee and bassist and guitarist Gregg Levy. The two met in the mid-'90s when Levy, still a teenager, was playing with a band that needed a new singer, and the vocalist they recruited brought McGee along to play second guitar. Levy and McGee discovered they shared an enthusiasm for Jimi Hendrix, acoustic blues, and marijuana,...
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