Australia's Deya Dova's new album, BURST, set to drop worldwide, from Brisbane, Australia, this Friday, Nov. 13, 2009, is a work of pure, world-infused, inventive genius and sonic celebration.

Combining elements of tribal, pop, ballad, elektro, tekno and beyond, Deya's powerful, playful, instantly recognizable (and hard to forget) vocal style(s), along with her masterful musicians, guide the lucky listener on a global sound journey uniquely Deya's. From her delicately future-styled lullabies to the deep drivin', tekno tribal throw-downs, Deya's emotive, seductive, always feminine style, engaged this world music lover from first beat to last. This disc is sure to lift the roof off your status quo, and take you off the dancefloor to a place you've happily never been, but hope to return to again very soon. Splendidly, enticingly DELICIOUS!!!

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Ken Becker

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