Deya Dova to Perform at Galactic Center
May 30, 2016 03:34PM
One of the few female electronic producers and a ground-breaking vocalist, recording live at sacred sites, Deya Dova fuses the earthy human-ness and sensual power of her voice with the cutting-edge futurism of global bass music. Dova will perform at 9 p.m. on June 11, at the Galactic Center, in Tucson.
Hailing from the expansive Nullarbor desert in Australia, and currently based in the Byron Bay area, it’s like singer/producer Dova fell out of the stars on an ancient piece of space rock. Synthesizing ancient songlines/tribal voices and evocative storytelling with cinematic soundscapes, whomping bass, textural glitch and totemic beats, Dova invokes a mythic temple vibe and brings euphoric tribalism to the dance floor.
Dova was one of the most talked about acts of the west coast festivals last summer, with epic sets at Beloved, Burning Man and Symbiosis, to mention a few. She returns this year for another tour in the U.S. and Canada.
“Deya Dova brings the raw Oz-style power of Xavier Rudd along with super tasty electronica, and her full-power-feminine vibe is not something I’ve ever seen before. Deya is currently bringing something very next-level through that our international audience absolutely erupted to,” says Rob Weber, director of Bali Spirit Festival.
Dova was born “behind the veil”, inside her intact water membrane. According to folklore, these people inherit an innate connection between the worlds. It is this otherworldly-ness, deep mysticism and memory that exudes from Dova’s extraordinary vocals, music and stage presence.
Highly innovative and a visionary artist in the truest sense, Dova’s live shows are a sophisticated musical and visual feast.
“As the producer of the weekly Luminous Movement event in Los Angeles, I can honestly say Deya Dova is one of the best acts I’ve hosted in nearly five years,” says J BRAVE Lu Fam Pro Entertainment. “Their high vibrational message, mixed with emphatic beats, created a dance floor experience that was so tribal, raw and spiritual.”
Performing with co-producer, Hamilton Barnett, blending live electronics, organic percussion, vocal looping, petroglyphic projections and guest ritual performance artists, Dova weaves a conscious elevated dancefloor experience infused with feminine mojo. The show will feature music from her latest release, Symbiotic, and live versions of remixes by Desert Dwellers, Kalya Scintilla, Drumspyder and A Tribe Called Red.