She is considered one of the most uninfluential artists of her generation ... and has made a name for herself as "the no-hit wonder from the Bavarian Forest": The fearless KARIN RABHANSL makes darkly colorful songwriting in High German and Lower Bavarian, and when it's pressing sometimes in English.
The keyword is: MUNDART RIOT!
Solo only with voice, guitar and loop station, the bird-wild Rabhansl style mix works on theater and cabaret stages as well as on open-air festivals, ignites in the scene club on St. Pauli as well as a legendary music inn in Bad Endorf. From time to time, the Bajuwarin is also on the road with her rock band, then the electric guitars are turned up loud and the same songs resound, only fully electrified.
Whether in full-band rock format or solo in the classic singer-songwriter setting: Rabhansl's lyrics tend to be dark - and like to be little milieu studies. They are about winners and losers, monsters and superheroes, about loneliness, farewells, betrayed dreams, death & the devil, about the ride of life and about the fact that the world is not a good or bad place per se, but often just a tricky place - strange and beautiful and yet full of trapdoors and shallows at the same time.