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Released on indie label Polyvinyl, Japandroid's Post-Nothing was met with wide-spread critical acclaim. Japandroids fast guitar and drums style is reminiscent of the spirt of The White Stripes but with a sound more similar to early punk bands. The vocals are distorted as much as the guitars and the percussion is loud and unapologetic. Definitely...view item »

No Singles

While Post-Nothing is a better place to start with Japandroids, No Singles is a great collection for fans of the band who are wanting to dig further into their music. No Singles collects their first two out-of-print EPs, All Lies and Lullaby Death Jams, into one package. I prefer the Lullaby side to the All Lies side but both are a good additions t...view item »

Near To The Wild Heart Of Life

Japandroids have been delighting fans of straight-down-the-line noisy indie-rock for years now, though they’ve left it four years since releasing their last album. Near To The Wild Heart Of Life, their third full-length, apparently dispenses with the rules the band imposed on themselves beforehand, meaning that su...view item »

Celebration Rock

Brian King and David Prowse of Japandroids follow up their critically hailed debut with the raucous and anthemic Celebration Rock. Eight tracks of hurtling and unrelenting noise/punk comprise the Canadian duo's sophomore extravaganza. Songs like "Younger Us" and "Continuous Thunder" perfectly encapsulate the joy and energy of life and "The House...view item »

Younger Us

This is just what I want to hear first thing (well almost first thing) on a July morning. An upbeat offering from two-pronged rock chipmunks Japandroids. Brash, urgent and straight to the point, this is one clear vinyl 7" bursting with goodness. It somehow flexes all its rock muscles in a short space of time and is currently standing on top of t...view item »