The Phoenix
May 2008 Radio Stars

renminbinyc.com

myspace.com/renminbi
self-released


And Then They Were Two

When I talk to people about the greatest bands they haven't yet heard much from - Renminbi is at the top of the list.

Church of Girl's review of Renminbi's new release, The Phoenix, will be published later. Check out their MySpace page and read the review in the current issue of Venus!

More soon,
MA

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The Great Leap
August 2004

renminbinyc.com
myspace.com/renminbi
self-released



Solid. Authentic. Big Future.

Renminbi are great musicians. The quality of the compositions, the complexity and the promise of their second EP, The Great Leap, lends credibility to the assertion that this EP "might become one of Thurston Moore's favorite indie releases this year." (smother.net) This EP RULES!

Words from February 2004:

Soundtrack to a Daydream!

Without a doubt, these grrrls know how to play their instruments. Renminbi (meaning, “the People’s Currency”) are Lisa Liu, Jenny Johnson and SMV. The songs on their EP feature minimalist vocals, fantastic guitar with big fat sound, and wistful keyboards. Jam on grrrls!

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