In a big blue house on the eastside of Vancouver, the Jins were born. Now, whether you consider the...
In a big blue house on the eastside of Vancouver, the Jins were born. Now, whether you consider the birth date of a band their first show, or the day they decided on their path, it doesn’t matter, because it all happened in that blue house. 2014’s Hallowe’en show was a tentpole for that early sound, and if you don’t know Vancouver, shows almost never happen in houses there. The city breathes a heavy lung full of NIMBY behaviour, so kicking off their journey by cold-rocking the neighbourhood is the way to become the stuff of legends.
The Jins are a wonderful product of managing to create something fantastic out of a tough situation. They come from a city where only the plucky survive, and their output, whether it’s the upcoming release, or being one of the most beloved seven inches released on Kingfisher Bluez, is melted down, purest Vancouver. They are resilient, they are beautiful, they are melancholic, and they are unique. Compare them to their contemporaries all you wish, but just know that The Jins are their city’s heroes of jangle and fuzz, and will be coming to yours soon.
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23 March, 2022
Vancouver trio the Jins share animated video for new rocker ‘Metro’ | Indie88
Vancouver rock trio the Jins have shared a video for their new track, “Metro.” The song serves as the first single from The Jins’...Read More
14 April, 2021
Interviewing The Jins | The Eagle Editorial
“Music and art are the great communicators; they’re the things that remind us we’re not alone in this lost consumerist dystopia.” “The human experience...Read More
29 January, 2021
The Jins: three misfits and their quest to world domination | Lost Highway
If you thought rock was dead, you clearly haven’t heard The Jins. The Vancouver based grunge/indie trio have been making waves across social media...Read More