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Nadine Carina is a folk singer-songwriter, half Italian and half Croatian, born in Switzerland and based in Liverpool, UK. She does folk/electronic stuff looping her vintage toys and tiny percussions with her pedals. Her first album “Magic Box” was released by Stattmusik in 2011 and from there, Nadine kept on regularly writing new material.

“Little Bits” EP, electro/experimental sounding, came out Summer 2012 and got really good feedback on internet and many influent music blogs. At the same time Nadine worked with producer Mathieu Bedwani, where they recorded 4 tracks live with guitar and voice, straight on tape at the LIPA studios in Liverpool.

Nadine Carina’s cassette is a folk/lo-fi sounding release that came out April 2013 on Furiuos Hooves in the USA: 5 new songs recorded in her bedroom with a Tascam Portastudio-4 track recorder bought on Ebay. The tape is mixed with melancholy, mistery and a mellow vibe.

Her newest EP comes from a collaboration between her and Mathieu Bedwani (Nadine’s Tape Session producer) where they rearranged Nadine’s songs with a full band and put them together for a new EP, called “Where I Love”. 100 limited copies CDs came out 10th of May, and CDs are available to order on http://nadinecarina.bandcamp.com

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