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The Zincs

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Originally a solo project for displaced singer/songwriter Jim Elkington, Chicago’s the Zincs draw greatly from your multi-instrumentalist’s English homeland, mixing the wry and windswept sounds of Uk folk using the similarly despondent tones from the American Midwest. Elkington found its way to the Illinois metropolis in 2000 after stints with English rings Elevate and Sophia. He released the mainly single Zincs debut, Moth and Relationship, within the Ohio Platinum label in 2002, accompanied by the full-band-driven Dimmer. in 2005 on Thrill Jockey. The Zincs’ larger lineup produced itself experienced on 2007’s Dark Pompadour, which edged the music group toward a far more rock-oriented sound.

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Full Name The Zincs
Music Songs Beautiful Lawyers, The Mogul's Wives, Moment Is Now!, Rich Libertines, Stay in Your Homes, New Thought, A Colt's Tooth, Head East, Kaspar, Breathe in the Diease, Simple Gifts, Finished in This Business, Bad Shepherds, Sunday Night, Dave the Slave, Rice Scars, The Meagre Prick, Hamstrung and Juvenile, Passengers, Lost Solid Colours, Coward's Corral, Burdensome Son
Albums Black Pompadour, Dimmer


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Director

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Potaje de pasiones 1999 Short

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Velocidad 2000 Short Camarero

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