Flier of the Week: The Dollyrots

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The Dollyrots are this week's Flier of the Week partly because this is one of the better offerings in a weak field, and partly because their latest record, which came out in 2007, is called Because I'm Awesome, which is also the name of the best song on said album. Also be sure to check out "My Best Friend's Hot" and their cover of Melanie's "Brand New Key." If you like power chords and Josie and the Pussycats-style pop, this show is for you.

The Action Design, from San Francisco, and local girly trio The Cosmeticators, open.

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