Jinja Safari was a self-produced and self-recorded band based in Sydney, Australia who drew from "afropop rhythms, (and) tumbling island guitar" to create African-inspired "dreamy folk pop, with a melodic richness comparable to acts like Sufjan Stevens, Animal Collective and Sigur Ros". They were known for their energetic live shows.
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"A remarkable finale from a remarkable band."
"The band have decided to go out, not with an anti-climatic Facebook status, but with a two-punch bang in the form of a double 'farewell' release."
"Jinja Safari has been a big part of our lives ever since our first gig in a forest on the Central Coast of NSW almost six years ago."
"Rows upon rows of market and food stalls were filled with crowds and booming live music could be heard echoing from the main stage."
"I'd get the best dog, and tie knives on its feet and slick its hair back."
First music acts announced
The local outfit are hitting the road to celebrate their first new single in two years
The Sydney indies join Wonderlick
That'd have to be ticked off the ol'd Bucket list, right?