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Mine

Music / Pop, Hip-Hop/Rap / Berlin, Germany

To attend this Elbphilharmonie concert, reservations must be made in advance.

Few can compete with Jasmin Stocker when it comes to single-handedly producing ambitious music. The trained singer, songwriter, producer, arranger, and teacher at the music university Hochschule für Musik Mainz is the perfect self-made all-rounder for the modern age. In 2013 and 2016, she launched attention-grabbing crowdfunding campaigns to finance sold-out shows at Capitol in Mannheim and Huxleys Neue Welt in Berlin, for which she gathered a chamber choir and arranged her own material, from bass, guitar, and drums to autoharp, viola, organ, metallophone, vibraphone, and violin. Under her alias Mine, she has been one of Germany’s most distinguished artists ever since, working with household names such as Samy Deluxe and Fatoni, sharing her thoughts on unvarnished intimacies as well as ambiguous social criticism while avoiding any and all pitfalls of these difficult subjects. This woman is on a mission to give meaning to German pop – and she isn’t done by a long shot.

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