Well, we updated the site. It took us quite a long time to do it,
but we went through some crazy times with the move from London to
Brooklyn. There was a lot of time spent putting in a shower/bath
into our new place (which is a fairly raw space) and if anyone
decides to tile, we now definitely have some tips on things to
Anyway, to those of you who've emailed or requested info
and/or an update, thanks for your patience.
15 july 2002 - RELEASE|
Release of King of the Rats 7" (b/side Bed of Pipes)
on Becalmed Records,
now based in London, UK. Supporting shows to follow in the NY area,
possibly on the east coast as well.
Becalmed Records is available via the following distributors:
UK: Shellshock, Melody Bar, Norman Records,
Chunky Records, Rough Trade, Pennyblack Music;
? july 2002 - RELEASE|
Release of Nothing More contributed to a compilation
out of Belgrade, Serbia
on Balcony Records.
Bands from Elefant, Firestation Tower, Apricot,
Shelflife Records and others are featured. Reports from Ana &
Nick of Balcony suggest that they'll persevere through Serbian
bureaucracy and have the CD out soon.
7 may 2002|
Brooklyn show at
the Windmills (UK) and
(AU). Flyer on Jinx site
(link). Jinx debuts drummer
Aaron Woolsey. A very enjoyable time is spent with the Windmills and
27 february 2002|
Jinx relocates to Brooklyn, NY. Williamsburg an amazing place to be
for indie music. Galapagos, North 6th, Club Luxx, Stinger, Warsaw
are just a few of the wonderful venues. We're not moving again
any time soon.
31 january 2002|
London show at
the Bull & Gate with ? and ?.
Flyer on Jinx site
14 january 2002|
London show at
the Bull & Gate with Sokay and Squeaky Buddha. Promotional
flyer on Jinx site
9 january 2002|
News of Jinx songs played on an alternative
Belgrade radio station in Serbia. Marco Polo, from the
Papercuts magazine release is mentioned as a favorite.
29 november 2001|
Jinx records in studio five songs for upcoming
distribution in 2002. Mixing, mastering, etc. to come.
15 september 2001|
Stylus hosted a show at the Blue
Posts, courtesy of Pam Berry and Mike Jones.
The Relict (Innes Phillips, ex-Clientele), Bart from
and The Pines
(Pam Berry & Joe B) and Jinx all played acoustic sets.
Becalmed Records asks Jinx to
release the single King of the Rats (B-side, Bed of Pipes).
Jinx meets Matthew (our new drummer), a huge turning
point in the sound of the band.
7 july 2001|
Limited compilation release of 7 songs written for Kori and Jason's wedding.
(Mates of State).
Jinx contributes The Rings Within Our Tree.
A big congratulations to Kori and Jason!
5 june 2001|
East-end London acoustic show with the Foxgloves.
Solo material by Joe B and Chris Butler.
17 february 2001|
Jinx relocates to London, UK. For the time being...
11 april 2000|
Papercuts magazine release party.
Martin Robinson of Mell Street
hosts Anticipate, a pre-ATP (All Tomorrows Parties) celebration at the Betsey Trotwood.
A limited release
compilation CD accompanies the magazine with seventeen tracks. Jinx and the
Foxgloves play to an exuberant crowd.
28 december 1999|
News of Jinx song Marco Polo played at a
Manchester nightclub indie night. Oddly, no Jinx songs have been officially
released for public consumption at this point. -from DJ Matthew Payne.
We played some shows in San Francisco, got our feet wet with recording once again,
and generally wandered around in our thoughts trying to get the concept off
the ground. We're leaving out a lot of the bits in-between until we have
time to clear our heads and figure out what they really mean...