Djevara - God is White - a CD review

Head Banging 10 out of Ten
Leaping about 10 out of Ten
Climbing on furniture 10 out of Ten
Passion 10 out of Ten
Power 10 out of Ten
Attention keeping 10 out of Ten
Quality of Songs 10 out of Ten
Four tracks of Energy and full on volume, its not often we do a review on an EP but this one stands out with four cracking rock tracks.
Djavra kick of from the spot with a song ' Play with fire ' which feels so 'Live' that you will want to look out the window to check, this leads into 'Snapshot' a kinda bludgeon of a song that sets you up for the Ironic penned 'Seeks asylum', and then we are giving a treat with an excellant track ' Meanwhile, south of the border ', Djevara play on words and their ironic lyrics shine through on all four songs.

press release:

Djevara are:
Bass - vox/guitar
Geoff Courts - guitar
Kiara Zybix - Bass
Erd - drums

Dejava stand in sharp contrast to the legions of identical "middle class white boys with guitars" bands, ignoring the stereotypes normally associated with the ethnic/gender make up of a modern rock band.
Dejavara's music borrows from both 70's blues-rock and early 90s alternative rock, dragging these sounds kicking and screaming into the 21st century with a hint of their multi-ethnic influence and brutal honest urban poetry.......

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