Japandroids Tickets

The Canadian rock duo, Japandroids is coming to entertain you right here in your own city. If you wish to listen to various styles of rock music, this is exactly the place for you. On top of that, the tickets are being sold on discounted rates. Get your cheap Japandroids tickets as soon as you can. Formed in 2006, Japandroids consists of two gifted musicians, Brian King and David Prowse. At the University of Victoria, the boys met each other and discovered their mutual interest for music. They were and still are heavily influenced by the garage rock band, The Sonic. Both the artists have their own areas of specialties. If Brian is a guitar maestro, then David is also an incredible drummer. As far as the vocals are concerned, they both have amazing voices and mostly sing duets while playing their instruments.

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Japandroids & Cloud Nothings Bronson Centre Ottawa Sunday
10/22/2017 8:00 PM
Japandroids & Cloud Nothings Jefferson Theater - VA Charlottesville Saturday
10/28/2017 9:00 PM
Japandroids & Cloud Nothings Stage AE Pittsburgh Tuesday
10/31/2017 7:00 PM
Japandroids & Cloud Nothings Vic Theatre Chicago Thursday
11/2/2017 8:00 PM
Japandroids & Cloud Nothings Majestic Theatre - MI Detroit Saturday
11/4/2017 7:30 PM

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About Japandroids

In their compositions, the Japandroids put in elements of noise rock, indie rock, garage rock and noise pop.  In 2006, Japandroids became official and gradually began to write and record music. The same year, the duo started performing live on a regular basis in different venues all over Vancouver.  At first it was a do-it-yourself method, now the Japandroids do not need that anymore. They’ve got plenty of gigs lined-up for the upcoming months. In 2007, the Japandroids released their first EP, All Lies. Limited copies were made for this one resulting in the EP being out of print. Polyvinyl Record Co. later on re-released the EP so that the fans could easily have access to the duo’s earliest material. Some of the most talked about songs from the EP were “Couture Suicide” and “Avant Sleepwalk.”  The group’s second EP, Lullaby Death Jams is also known for giving them a hit number titled “Darkness on the Edge of Gastown.”

In 2009, the Japandroids finally released their first full length album, Post-Nothing. The album gave the band a lot of exposure outside the boundaries of Canada this time. A well-known internet publication Pitchfork Media awarded the song “Young Hearts Spark Fire” a ‘Best New Music’ designation.  The record earned a Juno Award nomination for “Alternative Album of the Year.” It was also short-listed for the Polaris Music Prize. The album took a noticeable spot on the Billboard Heatseekers chart and also impressed many critics from NME, Spin, Drowned in Sound and Slant. The popular Canadian magazine, Exclaim! even stated Post-Nothing to be one of the best albums of 2009.

In 2012, the Japandroids released their second studio album, Celebration Rock. The music on this one has been described as a mix between punk and classic rock. It is the duo’s first album to receive a noticeable spot at the US Billboard 200 and several other music charts. This one again managed to get positive reviews from multiple magazines and websites. If you want to enjoy their brand new tracks including “The House That Heaven Built” and “Younger Us,” you must reserve your Japandroids tickets immediately. The latest album was again short-listed for the Polaris Music Prize. An impressed critic from Pitchfork Media stated, “The album flips Japandroids' limitations into superlatives; their in-studio restrictions mean that these eight songs crash just as hard live as they do in headphones. And King's newfound ambition with the pen means that his lines aren't just fun to sing back to him anymore-- they go way past "whoa-oh" to a place equally universal, but more trenchant." If you want to get startled by the band’s new and innovative musical approach, now is the time to get up secure the best seats. Japandroids have always earned a lot of praise for their energetic live performances. No one goes home disappointed when it’s them on the stage. Grab your Japandroids tickets today.

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