Samlingen and Grupp 13-member Jin Mustafa is becoming more and more well-known thanks to her unique sound and style with a flare for the industrial and experimental. Eclectic and carefully curated, Mustafas sets are deviced of enthralling techno, with sounds consisting of an equal amount of melody and industry.
Renowned for both talent and devotion, Jin has played at well-known venues such as Tresor, Chalet, Under Bron, Berns 2:35:1 and festivals such as Volt, Sonár Stockholm, Way Out West as well as Norbergfestival. She’s shared stages with musical giants such as Rrose, Blawan and played after The Knife during their Shaking the Habitual tour in Stockholm together with Samlingen colleague Maya Laurenco.
A mind filled with constant curiosity and a love for the avantgarde, Jin is currently a part of the project Arcade Overseas, combining art and music at Fylkingen, an institution for experimental music in Stockholm.
words by hugo johansson
photo by izabella englund