By using the difference in the tone of the lyre-guitar improvised from traditional music to the song that completes the rhythm, or the free leaf and harp playing was limited to a relatively repetitive and naegoja capture an image of the destruction of the oppressed, or nature.
“Bringing together hard-hitting electric guitars and drums with traditional Korean instruments, Jambinai yields ferocious sonic landscapes that are equally unsettling and uplifting. The three instruments - known as piri, geomungo, and haegeum - channel traditional Korean music as well as Western post rock. All that said, the sounds on Jambinai’s 2012 album, “Différance" go beyond those influences.” –SXSW.com
“This band plays a fascinating, entirely original brand of post-rock music through the use of various traditional Korean instruments. This is the kind of music that is a breath of fresh air for someone who loves post-rock, but is tired of the lack of progression the genre seems to be plagued by.” –Sputnikmusic
“One of the most unique bands in the(Korean) underground scene …” – The Jeju Weekly “Highly recommended for adventurous music listeners.” – Init_Music