Our first Hear & There episode is back for an encore. It’s hard not to have fun when Japanther’s around. A loud, merry, and unforgettable band, they make you want to get out on the dance floor. If you missed it, or if you just miss them, listen to their performance from Party Xpo in Brooklyn.
Japanther’s music is: poignant, intense, danceable and fun (all at the same time). While they often refer to themselves as “more of an art project than a band,” Japanther gets points for making some of the most memorable, hummable and fun music of any art project in recent memory. Japanther is part Screamers intensity, part Misfits anthemry, part RZA samples/beats and part Lightning Bolt art/freakshow.
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