Japandroids and Surfer Blood at the Billiken Club, 11/20/09: Photos

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Saint Louis University's Billiken Club finished this semester's concert series last night with Vancouver's the Japandroids and Florida's Surfer Blood. Photographer Jason Stoff was in the sweaty mess of bodies during the Japandroids set and brought back 40 photos from the show: The slideshow is titled Japandroids, Surfer Blood at the Billiken Club, 11/20/09; view ten of them below:

Brian King of Japandroids. See more photos from last night's show in our slideshow. - PHOTO: JASON STOFF


Brian King often raised his guitar above his head while approaching drummer David Prowse. See more photos from the concert in our slideshow. - PHOTO: JASON STOFF
Tracks such as "Heart Sweats" moved the crowd at the Billiken Club. See more photos from last night's show in our slideshow. - PHOTO: JASON STOFF

Brian King and David Prowse of Japandroids, post-rocking. See more photos from last night's show in our slideshow. - PHOTO: JASON STOFF
Florida's Surfer Blood opened the show. See more photos from last night's show in our slideshow. - PHOTO: JASON STOFF

Surfer Blood (Marcos Marchesani, Thomas Fekete, John Paul Pitts, Brian Black and Tyler Schwarz) pose for a quick portrait after Japandroids' set. See more photos from last night's show in our slideshow. - PHOTO: JASON STOFF
Emily Vogl, Alex Bubchnik and local poster-czar John Vogl (of The Bungaloo) enjoy a drink before the show. See more photos from last night's show in our slideshow. - PHOTO: JASON STOFF
Danielle Tripoli, Julie Wood and Tabitha McCluskie came up from Carbondale, Illinois, for their first Japandroids show. See more photos from last night's show in our slideshow. - PHOTO: JASON STOFF
Surfer Blood member Marcos Marchesani shows off some of his band's merch. See more photos from last night's show in our slideshow. - PHOTO: JASON STOFF
The Japandroids played Friday night at the Billiken Club. See more photos from the concert in our slideshow. - PHOTO: JASON STOFF

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