Japandroids, the poppy, playfully angsty Vancouver garage-punk duo of guitarist Brian King and drummer David Prowse formed in 2006, self-releasing 2007’s All Lies and 2008’s Lullaby Death Jams. Originally circulated by Canadian label Unfamiliar, their newest outing Post-Nothing gets an official U.S. release 8/4 via Polyvinyl. We asked King about standout “Wet Hair,” curious if he or David ever actually made it to France to french kiss with French girls. Find out while you take a listen to this ultimate summer anthem.
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Here is your chance to take home the newest ultimate Lomographic companion, courtesy of the ever photogenic Yeah Yeah Yeahs, who just released their Heads Will Roll Remix EP and are in the midst of hosting their own fan-made t-shirt contest.
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And, what’s Lomography? As they put it:
The Lomographic Society is a globally active organization dedicated to experimental and creative analogue snapshot photography. Boasting over one million members across the world, this dedicated society of “Lomographers” seeks to document life in a never-ending stream of images following the 10 Golden Rules of Lomography. The Lomographic Society has organized countless numbers of exhibitions, interactive projects, events, and live visuals all over the world with millions of lomographic snapshots.
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CONTEST ENDS 07/29/09 AT 12PM EST.