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Thursday, October 10th, 2024

andmoreagain presents

The Jins

with Olive Vox


Time: 8:00PM

Admission: $17 adv / $20 day-of

Doors: 7:00PM

Alright, y’all~ we’ve got some energetic guitars coming yr way.  It’s THE JINS and OLIVE VOX.  Lineup updates coming soon!

THE JINS
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While building off the ‘90s-crushed guitar rock of The Jin’s Death Wish EP (2019), with a bit more room to breathe on the upcoming, 10- song It’s a Life— recorded in Vancouver with producer Dave Genn (54-40)—the trio also detour through cello-emboldened fields of Americana (“Clementine”), gloom-laden proto-psych (“Jin Sabbath”) and life-contemplating alt-ballads (“Crossroads”). With a new album now on the horizon, The Jins are planning to tour for the first time since Death Wish’s “She Said” unexpectedly took off on TikTok and brought the band to an even bigger streaming audience (the song is 7.5 million and counting on Spotify). The Jins are Ben Larsen (vocals, guitar), Hudson Partridge (bass) and Jamie Warnock (drums, vocals).

OLIVE VOX
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Olive Vox is the alt rock project of Mansfield, TX brothers Parker and Caden Shea. The duo started releasing music in 2021 and since then has gained a large following on social media and regionally. Olive Vox’s sound pulls from across the alternative rock genre, with most clear links to bands like Nirvana, Cage the Elephant, and the Foo Fighters.

Since the band’s inception, Olive Vox has toured across the country and has gained renown in Texas for their energetic and mosh-worthy shows. In this time they’ve had the opportunity to share stages with major acts such as garage rock icon Ty Segall at Levitation Austin as well as grunge legends Puddle of Mud.

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