Japandroids

8.8.19

Polyvinyl Records Co-Founder Picks 10 Important Albums from Their Catalog

The long-running label is responsible for over 350 indie rock releases. Matt Lunsford pinpoints 10 pivotal moments in its history, including albums by Japandroids, American Football, and Jay Som.

10.12.17

Japandroids Get Sweaty, Play "No Known Drink or Drug" on 'Late Night'

They are happy because of the loud noises and the feelings.

6.2.17

Robert Christgau on Cloud Nothings, The xx, and Japandroids

The Dean of American Rock Critics hears growth in Dylan Baldi's lyrics and indistinct murmurs in The xx's 'I See You.'

4.10.17

A Completely Biased Ranking of the 60 Best Canadian Indie Rock Songs of the 00s Part II

Apparently, Broken Social Scene and The Wu-Tang Clan aren't so different

2.9.17

Chasing the Impossible Past: How a Band Moves on from Its Masterpiece Album

The downside or releasing a perfect record is that you might forever live in its shadow.

2.1.17

On Their New Album, Japandroids Stop Dreaming About Living, and Start Living the Dream

On 'Near to the Wild Heart of Life,' the Canadian duo finally gets autobiographical between the "WOAH!"s and the "YEAH!"s.

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1.19.17

You Can Finally Listen to the New Japandroids Album, Along with Priests' 'Nothing Feels Natural'

NPR has blessed us with a double-shot of modern rock.

1.10.17

Japandroids Try Very Hard Not to Break Shit, Remain in Love with People on “No Known Drink or Drug”

It’s the second single from 'Near to the Wild Heart of Life,' out January 27.

11.2.16

Thank the Good Lord For Japandroids

We talked to the band about their new album 'Near To The Wild Heart Of Life,' their first material in almost five years.

10.31.16

Yoooooooooooo, There’s Gonna Be a New Japandroids Album Next Year

Dude. Duuuude. Get ready for 'Near To The Wild Heart Of Life.'

4.28.15

Yo, Japandroids, Where You at, Dawgs?

OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH!

3.3.14

Everyone Wants A Piece Of Solids

We interviewed the Montreal pop-rock band about the Montreal scene and reading their own album reviews.

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