Jinja Safari

Album Release News Weekly: 12th August 2016

August 12, 2016

In this issue: Jinja Safari bid farewell with a two-part parting gift before breaking all of our hearts, Superheist are (mostly) back from the dead, The Pretty Reckless are still pretty and reckless… and more! JINJA SAFARI If you made the terrible decision not to live under a rock this year you’ll have heard the heart […]

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Jinja Safari announce final album details; two-part release Crescent Head due out this month!

August 9, 2016

Jinja Safari have revealed details of their final album release, coming in the form of a two-part record series titled Crescent Head. The band announced that they were calling time on their career back in January and in this final collection of music, the band are gifting fans with a special thank you of an album. […]

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Venue Spotlight: The Best Gigs at the Oxford Art Factory (so far…)

February 25, 2016

As live music and entertainment venues establishes are facing closure not just in Sydney, but elsewhere in the country too, we’ve been reminiscing on some of our favourites around the country over the years. There are notable hotspots in each capital for sure, where some incredible musical talent have cut their teeth as live touring bands […]

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The Cairos & Jinja Safari both call time on respective careers today via social media

January 11, 2016

Well, talk about a double-whammy for fans of both The Cairos and Jinja Safari, with both Aussie bands announcing the end of their respective time together online. From the statements released, the reason for both splits have come down to a natural reaching of crossroads, something understandable when you’ve got groups of creatives who will […]

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Tuka, Melbourne Ska Orchestra, Jinja Safari, and more to play The Rocks’ free Australia Day festival

January 9, 2016

Sydney’s historic harbour-side precinct The Rocks is always one of the most popular locations for public Australia Day celebrations year after year, and 2016 will be no exception as organisers of the suburb’s annual festival have curated a huge music program to go along with the (hopefully) sun-charged atmosphere of eclectic market stalls and delicious […]

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Live Review: Southbound Festival: Day 2 – Sir Stewart Bovell Park, Busselton (05.01.13)

January 13, 2013

The second day of the Southbound festival saw temperatures rise well past the coolness of the first day and had the majority of festival goers opting for the shade of the Share Stage. Jinja Safari (pictured) kicked off my second day of the festival in their usual vibrant style. It was an unsurprisingly fun set, […]

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