Catch us on VOLT Festival, Hegyalja, Valley of Arts Festival or @ the Jazz Days of Debrecen in 2015!
Amazingly beautiful. Vandad Kashefi with a:normal sessions has made a brand new video for the song Dinner with a Demon. It will literally blow your mind…
So excited to announce new tour dates, there are so many of them! Be the first to know when Bin-Jip is playing live in your town!
HEAVY – available online!
Our brand new album Heavy is downloadable on almost 300 sites, iTunes, amazon, hangveto.hu included! Bigup!
|28 Jul 2016||Bin-Jip, látvány: Kiégő Izzók||Kapolcs, Művészetek Völgye Harcsa Veronika Udvar||Harcsa Veronika Udvar||Buy ticket|
|05 Aug 2016||Bin-Hip feat Subicz Gábor||Debrecen, Debreceni Jazz Napok|
|06 Aug 2016||Bin-Jip||Paloznak Paloznak, Homola Pincészet||Paloznak, Homola Pincészet|
Three young musicians are behind the odd-sounding name Bin-Jip.
They play song-centric, alternative electronic music with elements of trip-hop, jazz and techno. The singer and lyricist Veronika Harcsa, the guitarist Bálint Gyémánt and the music producer Andrew J write the songs together. Andrew is responsible for the main sound and the grooves, and he edits the samples, effects and soundscapes live, providing an interactive instrumental background for Veronika and Bálint, who use their jazz roots and improvisational skills to make the performance spontaneous and surprising every time.
Their debut album Enter was released in fall 2010 by their own label LAB6 in Hungary and by Whereabouts Records in Japan. Enter won the Alternative Album of the Year 2011 Fonogram Award in Hungary.
In 2013 the band performed at the Planetarium of Budapest in collaboration with the visual team Glowing Bulbs, who projected their 3D animations on the cupola. The one-of-a-kind show was released on Blu-ray and DVD.
Bin-Jip released their second album Heavy in 2014, the debut concert was held in front of a full house at the Palace of Arts in Budapest, featuring Erik Truffaz on trumpet.
In June 2014 Bin-Jip recorded their single Noway Boy for BalconyTV, which was later selected as video of the month by the New York editors.