Japandroids With Birthday Suits Triple Rock Social Club, Minneapolis Friday, December 14, 2012 Heading into the first of two sold-out shows by the Japandroids at the Triple Rock, it was uncertain just how well the joyous, celebratory live show of the Canadian duo would go over on a night where ever ... More >>
Japandroids with Cadence Weapon7th Street Entry, MinneapolisJuly 3, 2012See Also: Slideshow: Japandroids at 7th St. EntryThere were plenty of reasons for everyone who packed into the Entry last night for the sold-out Japandroids show to celebrate. Not only were we mere hours away from observi ... More >>
Literally and figuratively bookended with fireworks, Japandroids' Celebration Rock is the most widely acclaimed rock record in recent months. Vancouver's Brian King and David Prowse's 35-minute album ferociously confronts the pressures of post-adolescence in the same vein as the band's previous o ... More >>
Photos by Erik HessJapandroids September 26, 2011 7th St. Entry, Minneapolis After a long, heartfelt monologue by vocalist/guitarist Brian King, given as drummer/vocalist David Prowse worked out a few last kinks and touching on the respect he had for opening band Bass Drum Of Death, the amaz ... More >>
"Wet Hair" was dedicated to "anyone who suffered through our show in St. Paul." The spirited song completely erased all memory of that notorious night, and as far as I'm concerned all is forgiven as the band delivered the rousing, coherent set they really should have played back in September.
Don't think prostate cancer is a threat? David Prowse finds your lack of faith disturbing.