Nadine Carina is an experimental singer/songwriter born in Switzerland and based in the UK. Writing songs with her guitar, a piano and other quirky instruments on her MIDI keyboard, she self-released 3 home made EPs and moved to England, where she gave birth to her first album, "Magic Box" (released by Stattmusik, September 2011). The album got good reviews and got nominated "Album of The Week" on Radio Kanal K.
Meanwhile, she started to study at the well-known “Liverpool Institute of Performing Arts” (LIPA) founded by Paul McCartney, where she gets to know a lot of musicians everyday, improving her skills and writing new music.
On Summer 2012 she self-released an EP called “Little Bits”, both folk and electronic sounding, which gave really good impressions on the internet and got reviewed with 5/5 stars by the famous blog “Music Review Unsigned”. A new EP called "Things that people Love to remember" is on the way.