Bin-Jip (band)

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Bin-Jip
OriginBudapest,  Hungary
GenresElectronic, Trip hop, Nu jazz, Experimental
Years active2010–present
LabelsLab6
Associated actsVeronika Harcsa, Pannonia Allstars Ska Orchestra
Websitewww.bin-jip.com
MembersVeronika Harcsa
Bálint Gyemant
Andrew J

Bin-Jip is a Hungarian electronic music group, comprising Veronika Harcsa as singer and writer, Bálint Gyémánt as guitarist and Andrew J as producer and DJ.

History[edit]

The name "Bin-Jip" ("empty houses”) originates from the south korean movie with the same name, which is a well-liked movie of the members. The strange story of the movie took place in apartments and rooms showing similarity with the band's history, which was born in Andrew J's living-room. That is where their first songs were written and the musicians create a band.[citation needed]

Discography[edit]

Their debut album Enter was released in fall 2010 by their own label LAB6 in Hungary and by Whereabouts Records in Japan. At this time and during the following tour Zsolt Kaltenecker was also a member of Bin-Jip.[citation needed] Enter won the Alternative Album of the Year 2011 Fonogram Award in Hungary.[1]

Their second album Heavy was released in December 2014.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Nyertesek 2011". Fonogram Hungarian Music Awards. Retrieved 10 January 2018.

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