Jambinai at Rudolstadt-Festival 2016
|Also known as||잠비나이|
|Origin||Seoul, South Korea|
|Genres||Experimental rock, Korean folk, post-rock|
|Labels||The Tell-Tale Heart|
Jambinai (Hangul: 잠비나이) are a Korean avant-rock band formed in Seoul in 2009. Their debut album Différance won the award for Best Crossover Album at the 2013 Korean Music Awards. Their second album Hermitage was released in 2016 on Bella Union.
Jambinai are known for combining rock music instrumentation (drums, bass guitar, electric guitar) with the use of traditional Korean folk music instruments (haegeum, piri, geomungo). Furthermore, they have been compared to bands like Explosions in the Sky, Godspeed You! Black Emperor, and Mogwai.
- Kim Bo-mi – haegeum
- Lee Il-woo – electric guitar, piri, taepyeongso, vocals
- Sim Eun-yong – geomungo
- Touring musicians
- Ryu Myung-Hoon – drums
- Choi Jae-hyuk – drums
- Ok Ji-hoon – bass guitar
- Yu Byeong-koo – bass guitar
- Studio albums
- Différance (album, 2012) on GMC Records
- Hermitage (album, 2016) on Bella Union
- Jambinai (ep, 2010) on GMC Records
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