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ANDREA SCHROEDER

Rolling Stone

the voice of the night

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Musikexpress
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"Where The Wild Oceans End is all of this: the work of a great singer and songwriter… sensual, elegant, elegiac."
Rolling Stone
Rolling Stone
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“Sparkle, depth, beauty: the fascinating Berliner counteracts the enchanted desolation of her lyrics with warm vocals … an aura, a pale glow around a voice in the dark night that can float surely and beautifully above the wildest waters.”
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AUDIO
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“There is a hint of 60’s Parisian “chanson-noir” here as well as cool Velvet Underground aesthetics and the glamour of David Bowie. Schroeder’s heavy contralto draws the listener deep into an atmosphere of dark yearning. The guitars are empowered with this electrifying force and the arrangements with the allure of its silence: excellent!"
Melodie & Rhythmus
Melodie & Rhythmus
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“A big slice of bitter-sweet Velvet Underground pie”
Kulturnews
Kulturnews
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"The aura of a Marlene Dietrich of pop-noir… An album whose sinister elegance will echo for some time to come.”
Sonic Seducer
Sonic Seducer
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“A poet of the beautiful as well as the ominous… dark sparkling details in her magnificent songs. Inspiring.”
Focus.de
Focus.de
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“Enormous quality… fascinating songs somewhere between decelerated folk-rock and bluesy ballads.”
Stern.de
Stern.de
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“Andrea Schroeder is approaching a breakthrough. Her second album of atmospheric folk-rock and dark chansons justify great expectations.”
Süddeutsche Zeitung
Süddeutsche Zeitung
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“Melancholic, of Nick Cave and Patti Smith reminding songs ”
TZ
TZ
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“Sometimes the songs remind of Velvet Underground, then again of Patti Smith.”
Rocktimes
Rocktimes
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“Chanson noir”
Bay area papers, CA
Bay area papers, CA
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“The incredible music of Andrea Schroeder. An exceptional talent.”
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Andrea Schroeder is a Berlin-based singer, lyricist and composer known for her outstanding voice and unique style of music. She is celebrated for her thrilling and melancholic songs, which have earned her a global audience. The international press has compared her music to that of legendary artists such as Marlene Dietrich, Nico, Nick Cave, Patti Smith, and Tindersticks.

Andrea Schroeder’s music is available in various formats, including CD, vinyl, and digital. Her work has been released on Glitterhouse Records, Mute Records, Razzia | Sony Music, and BMG Warner | BMG Scandinavia and published by Sony/ATV Music Publishing and BMG Rights Management.

Andrea Schroeder has collaborated with various international artists on several projects. In 2014, she worked with artists like Iggy Pop, Nick Cave, Blondie, Mark Lanegan, and many others on the Album ‘Axels and Sockets’ in the Jeffrey Lee Pierce Session Project, released on Glitterhouse Records. In 2017, she contributed vocals for three songs to the Serge Gainsbourg cover album ‘Intoxicated Women’ by Mick Harvey (The Birthday Party, Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds, PJ Harvey), released on Mute Records. Schroeder also appeared as a guest singer on Thåström’s award-winning gold album ‘Centralmassivet,’ released on Razzia | Sony Music, and as a singer and lyricist on Swedish post-industrial band Sällskapet’s third album, ‘Disparition,’ which was released on BMG Scandinavia | BMG Warner in 2018. She worked with Charles Plymell, a critical Beat Generation literary movement figure associated with Allen Ginsberg and William S. Burroughs.

Andrea Schroeder’s music has also been featured in various movie soundtracks and documentaries, including “Bowienext: A Documentary” and the films “Detour” and “A Telephone Call” among others.