GinGa is one of the revelations of the European indie music. The band members come from Vienna and Manchester and the Anglo-Saxon inspirations are especially distinct in their music. The band is compared to LCD Soundsystem, Hot Chip, The Rapture, R.E.M. or Franz Ferdinand. As befits Mozart’s compatriots, the young musicians combine the richness of harmony and rhythmic groove with lightness and charm. Their songs are a bit melancholic though catchy, while the eccentric instruments they play, in addition to drums, bass guitar and synthesizers, include chimes and violin. GinGa’s first album was titled They Should Have Told Us whereas the EP The Nights heralds their next record.