“I am a robot girl, coming alive when I make music.“
Tini Bot lives in Dresden since 2015 and is part of various projects such as the Shampoo Shows, the Shampoo Nightingales, the Alternatives Akustikkollektiv, the Neustadt Art Festival, and co-founder of the Neustadt Art Kollektiv. She is a singer-songwriter from the Baltic Sea, north of Germany, and writes songs in German and English. She loves pianos, carries a small Taylor guitar, and plays on any peculiar instrument she finds. Her lyrics are about wanderlust, emotional chaos, and political issues.
Photo Credit: Elisa Rohbock
Tini Bot is a singer/songwriter from the north of Germany. Born and raised in the coastal town of Stralsund, she took her guitar to London after graduating from high school for a year. Then she went back to study the English language. During her studies in Dresden, she made a lot of music with friends and continued to write her own songs in English at this time.
In 2010, she went to Coleraine, Northern Ireland, for a semester abroad, which had a strong influence on her in terms of collaborating with other musicians. She wrote songs with Greek, Finnish and Irish friends, further developing her songwriting. Since then she has been performing under the name Tini Bot. In 2015, she started playing her songs in small cafés and clubs in Dresden. She has been playing in various projects with different musicians and in 2020 she founded her own band with guitarist Adrian Röbisch (ANSA, Triple Trouble), bassist Phillip Rösch (Mike Seeber Trio), pianist Albrecht Schumann (Trojka) and drummer Olli Kunze (ANSA, Goldenhirsch, Risk It! , StrgZ , Aggressive, Kaltfront , TAMAS , Deathrite , COLDBURN , Worldeater).
Tini Bot is part of various music and art projects such as the Shampoo Shows, the Shampoo Nightingales, the Alternatives Akustikkollektiv, the Neustadt Art Festival, and co-founder of the Neustadt Art Kollektiv. Her idols are English singer-songwriters like Patti Smith, PJ Harvey, Stevie Nicks, Nick Cave, Leonard Cohen, Bob Dylan, or Jack White as well as the German singer-songwriters Rio Reiser, Nina Hagen, Gerhard Gundermann, Sarah Lesch.
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