Aural Ambush: Japanther

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Denton’s had a big week. So, for this edition of Aural Ambush we drove from our Dallas office all the way to Denton’s town square. Our mission: to find out what people think about New York-based Japanther’s poppy-punk track “$100 Cover” off its 2007 album Skuffed Up My Huffy.

Want more of the song? Download it:

Bonus mp3:

Japanther -- "$100 Cover"

And catch Japanther playing this Sunday at Rubber Gloves Rehearsal Studios in Denton with The Pharmacy and Naxat. Doors open at 9 p.m. -- Chelsea Ide and Daniel Rodrigue

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