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Do you love hockey? Do you love Japandroids? Do I really even need to ask? Well, the Vancouver Canucks are looking for a new entrance song, and they're letting fans vote on a few options via their…   Read Story »
If the past two weeks haven't made it clear, we are officially headlong into list season! Nothing says "holidays" quite like the internet's month-long quest to quantify standards of taste. And while…   Read Story »
Well, the fun is officially over -- Fun Fun Fun Fest 2012 concluded yesterday with sets from Fucked Up, Japandroids, Deerhoof, Ceremony, Fang Island, Turbonegro, A Place To Bury Strangers, and like…   Read Story »
Last week, from 9/10 - 9/16, the Incubate festival moved into the city of Tilburg, in the Netherlands. Along with a range of other cultural offerings, Incubate hosted more than 300 musical acts in a…   Read Story »
This week saw a serious abundance of straight-up fun, ridiculous videos -- four-minute blasts of joy that didn't take themselves the tiniest bit seriously. I'll take that over a bunch of serious art…   Read Story »
You, the readers of Stereogum, have already anointed Japandroids' bleeding-heart banger "The House That Heaven Built" as the Indie Song Of The Summer, so obviously a music video was a long time…   Read Story »
Friday's first day of Pitchfork Festival wasted no time getting into it, where many festival entrants walked in to the fully-wrought hypnotic swirl of Lower Dens, a set that eventually gave way to…   Read Story »
Japandroids returned to Fallon to play "Fire's Highway" as well as "The House That Heaven Built," which is a web-exclusive. On the latter performance, Roots guitarist "Captain" Kirk Douglas joins the…   Read Story »
In their Progress Report interview, and in this Pitchfork interview, the two fairly unassuming late-20s dudes in Japandroids talk a lot about how they love touring and hate recording. Touring the…   Read Story »
Japandroids' raucous sophomore LP is one of our favorite albums of the year so far, an achievement all the more notable because, as they told us in a recent Progress Report, they basically broke up…   Read Story »