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After the RobinPlaysChords album Teardrop Girl-Star LP finally saw the light of day in 2017, Robin Jax opened up. Support slots with the likes of Purple Pilgrims, Alabaster dePlume, Thomas Truax and Madonnatron, roles in multi-disciplinary shows by Room Art and Spectra Arts Company, singing in a choir alongside Wolfgang Buttress' BE Music (and 50,000 bees) in Coventry Cathedral, the launch of "transatlantic Autistic duo" The Companions with musician/author Amber Bird, founding the neurodiversity-focused record label Tiergarten Records and guest contributions to The Shining Tongues, the project of The Infinite Three's Dan Knowler  - a relatively hyperactive burst of activity for someone whose studio debut took six years to complete. Robin has been interviewed by The Guardian relating to experiences of access for autistic people within the music industry, and is affiliated with Attitude is Everything's Next Stage artist programme. New album “Unmasking” is in the works for a release in 2022.

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OTHER APPEARANCES / CONTRIBUTIONS

 

Room Art - Incidental (2017, live at Warwick Arts Centre)

 

BE Music (2017, live at Coventry Cathedral)

The Companions - New Earth (2018, Tiergarten Records)

Spectra Arts Company - Eat the Stars (2019, on tour)

Various Artists - Songs from the Coal Vaults (2020, From the Vaults)

The Shining Tongues - Will She Sleep (2020, Actual Size)

The Shining Tongues - Make Us Eat (2020, Actual Size)

Spectra Arts Company - New Heights (2020)

Various Artists - Friends Covering Friends Vol. 1 (2020, Z Tapes)

S. C. Paton - Everything Sucks (2021, self-released)

The Shining Tongues - The Prayer EP (2021, Actual Size)

Why I Swim OST (2021)

mynameisblueskye - Autism Acceptance EP (2021, self-released)

Spectra Arts Company - Passing Time (2021)

The Shining Tongues - Milk of God (2021, Actual Size)

S. C. Paton - Don't  Exist Inside Your Own Head (2022, live at Moseley Baths)

The Shining Tongues - Summer Solstice XXI-VI-MMXXII (2022, self-released)

Spectra Arts Company - Abundance (2022, Birmingham Festival)

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