Karen Inder began her career as a singer and songwriter in Mexico City. In 2004 she put together a Rock/Alternative Pop band called “Satin Dolls”, and subsequently went on to sign with Universal Music. In 2006 they released an EP, and in 2008, an album called “Luces y Sombras”. Their songs appeared in several compilations and on the soundtrack of the movie “Debajo la Sal”. The band toured around Mexico and the USA, playing numerous times at major music festivals such as “Vive Latino” and at SXSW. They worked with producers such as Phil Vinall (Radiohead, Placebo and Zoe) Meme del Real (Café Tacvba), Yamil Rezc, Gustavo Menendez and Memo Gil.
Five years after Satin Dolls came to an end, Karen Inder ventured out to launch her solo career with a sound more influenced by electronic/pop music as opposed to the rock sound present in her band. She started to write with several producers in Mexico such as Erik Rubin, Balta Hinojosa, Billy Mendez from “Motel” and the Contreras brothers. In 2012 she released her first single and video as a solo artist “All We Have”. Shortly after she moved to Los Angeles where she played at the Viper Room, House of Blues, Los Globos, among other venues. She worked with producers like Orlando Vitto, Brandon Curtis of “Secret Machines” and Ricky Luna. In 2013 she released an EP of remixes of the single “All We Have”.
Karen Inderbitzin, currently resides in Miami and released her first full-length album titled “8” August 2018. The album was equally split into Spanish and English recordings, mirroring the mix of her two cultures. She worked with various producers on this album such as Dale Play (Jennifer Lopez, Marc Anthony, Will Smith, etc), Reuven Amiel, but it was primarily produced by Nigerian born music producer and singer/songwriter Daramola (Lecrae, Tensnake, Edison Chen, and more). Her album “8 “ is a blend of her alternative and pop influences with a twist of Daramola’s moody rhythmic inspiration.
The singer and songwriter carries a musical renewal with textures of alternative influences, pop, and electronic sounds. Her songs thread a career of continuous transformation and her voice resonates in her vulnerability leaving a mark wherever it is heard.