“Jasmin evokes some heavy imagery and in her hands, with her voice, it hits you that much harder.” -ABC’s Dave Ruby Howe
Growing up on the Surf Coast of Australia, Jasmin Adria found her deep connection to music through artists such as Joni Mitchell, Courtney Barnett, Janis Joplin and Angie McMahon.
Focusing on a documentary approach to her songwriting, Adria sees her music as memories and nick-nacks collected from things that she feels, sees and experiences throughout her life.
In 2019 she released her debut single Fake Friends, which led to her being approached by ABC’s Behind The Newsto interview Paul Kelly for Aus Music Month.
Adria released her second single DIVOC in 2021, which reflected life during the pandemic.
Adria’s eco anxiety call for help came in 2022 with Brown Skies which vocalised the widespread feeling of frustration and anger from the lack of environmental action. This led to Adria featuring in Triple J’s Class of 2022, which consisted of the top 16 high school artists in Australia.
Adria has performed and worked beside artists such as Ben Lee, Ainslie Wills, Tyne James Organ and Bones and Jones.