Sabine Holler is a Brazilian singer/songwriter, guitarist and producer. Her sound travels through genres of alternative, experimental and pop music. With the use of pedals, loops and samples she builds up hypnotic layers of sounds harmoniously setting the perfect environment for an emotional and visceral singing.
Sabine Holler started her career at the age of 16, in 2007, when she recorded her own songs and uploaded them to Myspace. She quickly gained attention by a community of musicians in São Paulo, being called “the next PJ Harvey”. She met the members of her first band, Jennifer Lo-fi on a social media website and the band met in the studio. Jennifer Lo-Fi lasted for 8 years and gained many followers in the experimental rock scene and a good critic acclaim in Brazil, being nominated for “Aposta MTV” at the Brazilian MTV music awards in 2010. During those years in Brazil, Sabine was also part of the foundation of the band “Ema Stoned a ambient/post-rock all girl band, during 2011 and 2015.
In 2013 Sabine moved to Berlin to study Music Production and Sound Engineering where she met Björn Eichhorn and started the trip-hop electronica duo, Mawn. It was only in 2015, when Sabine started her solo project. Having always written songs for herself, she decided to start playing these songs live. In the end of 2016 she recorded her first solo EP "Mother of Transition" released by Hérnia de Discos in may 2017.