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Jinja Safari ‘Moonchild’

Jinja Safari have released yet another great song for free online, this time in the form of ‘Moonchild’, which is available to stream below and to download for free from their website in return for an email address.

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Jinja Safari Interview

It’s been an eventful year for Sydney band Jinja Safari so far. Not only have they steadily released tracks from their second EP for free online, but they’ve also sold out shows on a national headline tour, played at the Big Day Out in Sydney, and graced the main stage of Splendour In The Grass. I had a brief chat with one of the band’s two ‘harmonizing frontmen and multi-instrumentalists’, Marcus.

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Gig Review: Jinja Safari @ The Corner Hotel, 23rd July

It would take a cold, heartless person to not enjoy a Jinja Safari live show. The guys have come a long way since releasing their first single and subsequently opening the main stage of Splendour last year, but their genuine appreciation of their fans and their charismatic and fun-loving stage presence have remained. Last night they completed another chapter in their rise in Australian music, playing a thoroughly enjoyable set to a sold out Corner Hotel crowd.

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Jinja Safari ‘Mermaids’

Finally! For the last month or so Jinja Safari have been drip-feeding tracks from their upcoming EP ‘Mermaids And Sirens’ online, and they recently released the faux-title track ‘Mermaids’ for free.

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Jinja Safari ‘Head In A Blender’

Jinja Safari have continued the gradual release of their new EP ‘Mermaids And Other Sirens’ with the new track ‘Head In A Blender’. This makes it three songs from the EP that we have heard so far, and this is the pick of the bunch in my opinion.

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Gig Review: Boy And Bear @ The Corner Hotel, 27th May

Last night Boy And Bear played a flawless set of death folk to a packed Corner Hotel crowd that more than justified their meteoric rise in Australian music, very ably supported by the always wonderful Jinja Safari.

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