Stockholm native Josefine Jinder, who, as a solo artist, goes by the name Little Jinder, or just Jinder, was only 20 when she released her debut EP, the five-song Polyhedron, in August 2008, on Trouble and Bass Recordings, which was followed a couple of months later by a ten-song EP featuring remixes of Polyhedron tracks by artists like Drop the Lime
and AC Slater
, among others.
Jinder began touring, taking David Lindh
and Johan Cederburg along with her to complete her live band (Cederburg was the other half of Jinder's indie electronica duo Back in Judy's Shack, who released a self-titled EP on the now defunct Swedish label Bedroom Records, later reissued by Series Two Records in 2008). Shortly after performing with the Trouble and Bass crew at shows in Paris and the famed Fabric nightclub in London in November 2009, Jinder released the anticipated "Youth Blood" 12" remix package, with a full-length planned for 2010. ~ Marisa Brown, Rovi