(Barboza) When so many bands are trying to find the next best thing, it's always nice to be reminded that the classics never die. So long as you do it well, rock and roll can just be loud, fun, and uncomplicated. And Stag do it so well. There won't be any Transformer-looking stage setups, perching a dude with a laptop high above the crowd tonight. There will be guitars, harmonies, and riff-filled songs about good times and hating the girl but loving her records. Packed with bouncy choruses, Stag's new self-titled album is rightfully drawing comparisons to Cheap Trick. Summer's a long ways off, but I can see this being a really nice soundtrack once the temperatures finally get over 70.