The Thin Kids

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The Thin Kids are a band from Brisbane. Featuring British music critic Everett True, Triple J personality Maggie Collins, musician Edward Guglielmino and drummer from The Gin Club Scotty Regan.[1][unreliable source?] Ryan Jarman from The Cribs once listed them as something "Right now I love."[2]


The first Thin Kids show at the Troubadour was well attended[citation needed] and was reviewed on "Mess and Noise"[3] They supported The Cribs in 2010, and Kate Nash on her 2010 tour, and again in 2011.[4][5][6][7]

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  1. ^ First secret show reviewed
  2. ^ Jarman, Ryan (2010) "Ryan Jarman - Pieces Of Me", NME, 5 November 2010, retrieved 2011-05-11
  3. ^ Recording of the first gig, and review
  4. ^ Langridge, Jack (2010) "The Cribs / The Thin Kids The Zoo - Tue Feb 16", Rave, retrieved 2011-05-11
  5. ^ True’s Thin Kids Land Kate Nash Supports", Mess and Noise, 13 July 2010, retrieved 2011-05-11
  6. ^ "The Thin Kids: On Tour With Kate Nash", Mess and Noise, retrieved 2011-05-11
  7. ^ "In Brief: WIM, FBi Benefit, The Thin Kids, Footy", Mess and Noise, 8 February 2011, retrieved 2011-05-11