Who will provide the soundtrack for our night at Immersiva?

You will dance to the music of DJs Samara Cioc (5 to 7 pm slt), Evah Gothly (7 to 9 pm slt), and Siri Woodget (9 to 11 pm slt). Sam and Evah came to mind immediately upon hearing the news that we would play at Immersiva. They are each musical adventurers, with a taste for lush, eclectic sounds. Also playing is the intrepid explorer, Siri Woodget. As a curator and music lover, she will bring us a special interpretation of Immersiva. This is a great collection of DJs, who you wouldn't want to miss on any night. Check back after the event to see their setlists from the event!

Samara Cioc
is fascinated by music, and she loves to discover music in different languages from around the world. Sam has very eclectic tastes, including garage punk, folk, indie, alternative, twee, French, Balkans, film soundtracks, and bizarre sounds. She has DJed in some great SL clubs (some RIP), such as Emerald City, Strangeways, The Crow's Nest, Norvern Monkey, and The Winchester. Soon you will be able to catch her playing at The Laundromat, and hopefully Strangeways. When Sam plays, she can evoke a collective sense of musical bliss with any crowd.

Evah Gothly, also know as animaDj, reminiscent of the 80's generation, ex punk, goth, clubber, and bass player in a indie band. As as DJ in SL she plays electro, electroclash, nurave, and French pop with a focus on alternative scene groups, while slowly including more electronic styles, especially minitech, deephouse, and progressive techno. She can always be found playing underground artists and a very sorted set without one exclusive style, which may include cuts from a cult soundtrack, trash sci-fi, an old radio interview, or even Beethoven. Evah is perpetually on the hunt for new stuff, and seeks music that touches the heart and soul, and helps to keep a magic feeling alive. www.soundcloud.com./animadj

Siri Woodget has a soundtrack running in her head wherever she goes. Several words come to mind when standing in the swirling waters of Immersiva. Static and decay, love and melancholy, the tragic sense of life. Siri’s set is inspired by the tempo of Bryn Oh’s installations which are gilded with optimism, mystery and whimsy.

Siri documents her experiences through her blog mylifeinsecondlife.blogspot.com. She is a curator of exhibitions for the Alexandrian Free Library coalition (Caledon) and hosts a gallery currently at Phasma, featuring artists who work within the medium of Second Life. Follow this link to visit Woodget Gallery http://slurl.com/secondlife/Phasma/114/185/137