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EP #60 Deya Dova

The Sacred Voice

 
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Episode #60

In Episode #60 on The Jen Mavros Show we sit down with literally one of my favorite conscious artists, EVER... thee AMAZING, DEYA DOVA.

For the first time ever on the show, we've created sacred space for a musician and artist to share and present their divine gifts. What a treat! 

An artist of multi-dimensions, Deya writes, records and produces all of her intricate vocal work as well as designing her exquisite costuming and visionary album artwork. Joined with her husband, Hamilton Barnett we learn the behind the scenes of this magical duo.

Deya Dova fuses the earthy human-ness and sensual power of her voice with the cutting edge futurism of Global Bass music. Hailing from the expansive Nullarbor desert in Australia and currently based in the Byron Bay area she is one of the few female electronic producers and a ground breaking vocalist recording live at sacred sites.

Highly innovative and an evolutionary visionary artist in the truest sense, Deya Dova’s live shows are a sophisticated musical and visual feast. Performing with co producer, Hamilton Barnett, blending live electronics, organic percussion, vocal looping and guest ritual performance artists, Deya Dova weaves a conscious elevated dance floor experience infused with the sacred radiance of feminine power.

I wanted to get up and dance and when you hear Deya Dova, I'm sure you will too. ENJOY!! 

**Songs played in episode are from the Myth of the Cave album: 

1. Footsteps In The Stars, Album: Symbiotic

2. Myth of the Cave, Album: Myth of the Cave

3. Serpent’s Egg, Album: Myth of the Cave

Grab some free tunes HERE.

 
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Grab Deya Dova's newest album here:

 
 

Smashing through glass ceilings of human perception. Emerging out of the cave of questioning, “what is real?” Into the memory, the knowing & the wisdom of lifetimes of learning. Myth of the Cave is a concept album about consciousness. A collection of intimately woven stories, mythical Being statements for a new era. 

DEYA DOVA takes future dreaming to the next level with the supernatural energy, frequency & vibration of her voice, splicing new myths into the space-time continuum. Earth & Sky meet in the awakening of her soaring angelic & banshee-esk vocals blending seamlessly with ancient tribal songlines. True to the DEYA DOVA signature sound, Myth of the Cave harmonizes the raw earthy power of the human voice with cutting edge Electronica. Intricate & layered Global Bass productions encrypted with symbology. Exotic textural landscapes featuring Egyptian Saz, Didgeridoo, Hung, Santoor, Burundi Drums, Totemic future Bass and a distinctly cinematic grandeur. 



About Deya Dova

International touring artist Deya Dova fuses the earthy human-ness and sensual power of her voice with the cutting edge futurism of Global Bass music. Hailing from the expansive Nullarbor desert in Australia and currently based in the Byron Bay area she is one of the few female electronic producers and a ground breaking vocalist recording live at sacred sites.

Synthesizing ancient songlines, tribal voices and inspired story telling with cinematic soundscapes, future bass and totemic beats, Deya Dova
invokes a temple mysticism bringing euphoric tribalism to the dance floor.

An artist of multi dimensions Deya writes, records and produces all of her intricate vocal work as well as designing her exquisite costuming and visionary album artwork.

Deya was born “behind the veil”, inside her intact water membrane. According to folklore, these people inherit an innate connection between the worlds. And it is this otherworldly-ness, deep mysticism and memory that exudes from Deya’s extraordinary vocals, music and stage presence.

Highly innovative and an evolutionary visionary artist in the truest sense, Deya Dova’s live shows are a sophisticated musical and visual feast. Performing with co producer, Hamilton Barnett, blending live electronics, organic percussion, vocal looping and guest ritual performance artists, Deya Dova weaves a conscious elevated dance floor experience infused with the sacred radiance of feminine power.

For more than a decade Deya Dova’s albums have been on high rotation in cult music collections around the globe. Her musical journey has spanned genres including Global Electronica, World, Ambient, Breakbeat, DownTempo, Glitch Hop, Indigenous Trance and origins as a guitarist singer / songwriter. Deya’s first productions started in the Australian desert sampling and recording on location within the landscape. Today, Deya is know for her evolutionary artistic journey , shape shifting and radical reinvention, sharing her rich mythology not only through her music & voice but also through her visuals, graphics and costumes.

Visit Deya Dova online: www.deyadova.com

FB: www.facebook.com/deyadova


EP #14 - Rochelle Schieck

Through Movement, We Remember - Wise, Wild & Free

 
 
 

Episode #14

In Episode #14 on The Jen Mavros Show we commune with the graceful and gorgeous movement expert, founder of Qoya, Rochelle Schieck. 

Qoya means Queen in Quechuan [the indigenous language of the Shamans in South America], tradition of the wisdom keepers, a feminine manifestation of higher consciousness. It is a movement practice that combines yoga, dance and feminine movement to remember one's essence as wise, wild and free. It is through movement, we remember.

Wise: calling in the wisdom of yoga.

Wild: the creative expression of dance. 

Free: expanding our capacity to enjoy being in our bodies through feminine movement.

Rochelle and I heart-fully discuss an array of soul-tingling awesomeness.

As an author and thought leader of our time, Rochelle has been featured in outlets like New York Magazine, Oprah.com, The Telegraph, and Psychology Today.

This episode touched my heart and tapped me into being more deliberate and present, I have no doubt it will awaken something within you as well. 

 



About Rochelle

Rochelle Schieck is the founder of Qoya.

Qoya combines movement, ritual, community and pilgrimage for women. Since its inception in 2009, she has trained hundreds of Qoya teachers, taught thousands of Qoya movement classes, and led dozens of retreats in the most sacred places on earth with one intention in mind: to remember, and to help others do the same. Her work has been featured in outlets like New York Magazine, Oprah.com, The Telegraph, and Psychology Today.

To learn more you can visit www.Qoya.love, read her book titled Qoya: A Compass for Navigating an Embodied Life that is Wise, Wild and Free

Explore www.lifestyleofreverence.com supporting people who feel the call to infuse meaning into their daily lives.

Be sure to visit Rochelle online to take a retreat, class or tap into her beautiful online Qoya videos.