Electronic Press Kit
"La Marea" New Single Available on Mixto Records
“Listening to it makes me smile, dance and want to be in the audience and at the stage at the same time. The music feels guttural and spacey with the mix of strong grooves, layered voices and the violin on top, kind of the perfect formula”
– Mauro Refosco
(percussionist/drummer David Byrne, Thom York, Red Hot Chilli Peppers)
“Really unique marriage of all the cool shit – electronic but organic but worldly and psychedelic!”
– Adrian Quesada
(guitarist/producer Black Pumas, Grupo Fantasma)
“Memoria tribal, musical y multicultural, fundiendo lineas de tiempo en cantos profundos”
“Multicultural, tribal and musical memories, melding timelines into profound songs”
– Rodrigo Gallardo
(recording artist, producer Matanza)
After connecting in New York City’s underground music scene, Natalia Clavier and Andrei Matorin joined forces to birth VOXMANA. Together, they produce what they like to call “Intentional Dance Music” or IDM, electronic dance music that creates a context for healing. Fusing their multi-cultural backgrounds Clavier and Matorin mix everything from electronic, world music, jazz and blues to Argentine folklore and Brazilian MPB in a unique cocktail, brewing sonic medicine for all types of audiences. Their music is a call to celebrate life on the dance floor and awaken through deep embodied journeys with infectious grooves.
Andrei and Natalia have entertained large audiences all over the world with their immersive, genre-bending sonic experiences rooted in classical and jazz traditions with a modern twist. Clavier is an Argentinian singer, songwriter, DJ, keeper of medicine songs. She has three solo albums under her belt and has performed live and written songs as lead singer for internationally acclaimed electronic world music duo Thievery Corporation. Brazilian born Matorin is a virtuoso violinist, composer and producer featured as a soloist at such prestigious institutions as Carnegie Hall, Lincoln Center, Kennedy Center, MoMA, and TEDx. He also received the great honor of graduating Summa Cum Laude from Berklee College of Music.