Crystin Fawn

singer / writer / composer of acoustic and electronic music

Crystin Fawn - also known as Crystin - is a singer, writer, composer & producer of acoustic and electronic music. Her musical spectrum ranges from pure solo-pieces - up to deep electronic music - to shiny pop songs. Since 2003 she owns her own music production studios in Düsseldorf, where she writes and produces music also for film, theatre and stagings. She has 2 bands called Hearhere (electro) and the sea & the sun (acoustic), has collaborated and worked with musicians like Fab Samperi, Lemongrass, DE/VISION, the British / German bands Dead Guitars, The Wide, Michel van Dyke etc. -  and remixed several songs for Die Fantastischen Vier. 

The new single "Seeing Clearly" will be out on 27th of September -  2 very special versions w/  fabulous sound architect Thomas Kessler: face2face mix  // 4 am de-plugged mix ...

06.09.2019 - the sea & the sun  "That's Why" - new EP! One of the first songs I recorded with my brother. We always loved this song & made 3 new versions. We hope you will enjoy the run.  

Crystin Fawn has the joy and the honor of having produced the loungy Sundowner-Remix of the hit single “Zusammen“ by Die Fantastischen Vier (feat. Clueso).



Her song “Save A little Love“ (Remix of fabulous Fab Samperi) was one of the favorite songs of WDR 5 in September. 



In summer 2018 Crystin Fawn had the honor to produce an alternative rock remix of the essentially relevant song "Endzeitstimmung“ by Die Fantastischen Vier.

Happy Release Day 26.07.:

The stunning remixes of "Walk Around The World" are out now... <3

... Yes, there actually still is some authenticity and sparkle in the music business.

Crystin creates a mysterious, intriguing planet, whose impressive diversity and

filigreed beauty are tantamount to a revelation.

(Dieter Bross - STYLE international)


... At some point I finally started to play Crystin's CD, which revealed not only an

alluringly fresh and unspoiled female vocal but also a beguiling instrumental

arrangement... Every minute is worth hearing. ...

(Hans Hoff - Biograph)