Das Stue Berlin
Kind of Stue: André Seidel
I always catch myself at concerts being like, 'Oh, I just stared at the drummer for 15 straight minutes'...
His longest engagement – over the last 10 years – has been with Mo'Blow, an internationally acclaimed German four-piece combo, firing up the audiences with a mixture of jazz, funk and soul...
Didn't we all want to be drummers at some point in our lives? For better or worse, not all of us had any drums at that very crucial moment. André Seidel did, had some drums and for good. It is this instant he has been living and breathing every day ever since.

Native Berliner, André Seidel learned his instrument very early. A high schooler, he was already playing in various bands – JayJayBeCe and the Berlin Youth Jazz Orchestra, to name some. 2003 saw him enrolling at the University of Arts where he soon after developed his very unique style and expertise in all things smashing and groovy, which enlisted him as a drummer for Mr. M, Berlin-Bahia, RatzeFatz, Mundoloco, Das Gezeichnete Ich. In between, he was touring with the legendary rock band Pankow, driving the superpop of Ronan Keating and lending his beat to Robert Owens, a Chicago-house icon. Seidel's longest engagement – over the last 10 years – has been with Mo'Blow, an internationally acclaimed German four-piece combo, firing up the audiences with a mixture of jazz, funk and soul...