BAIBA DĒĶENA

Die aus Lettland stammende Musikerin lebt und musiziert in Innsbruck, wo sie mit einem Tiroler Produzenten auch ihr Debütalbum zwischen Folk, Pop und Elektronik aufgenommen hat.
You Don't Know Me
¨You don´t know is a personal manifestation of our free choice to make our own mistakes and paths. Even if they are painful and confusing, and sometimes leaves us wondering. It´s a rebellion against everyone, who on this path of growing up thinks that they know who we are, whom we love and whom should we be. Because in the end, only we are the ones, who can truly discover ourselves.¨

BAIBA DĒĶENA über sich

Baiba Dekena is Latvian musician who is currently living in Innsbruck, Austria.

"Her performance exemplifies how music can be the most intimate experience on the planet. Dekena’s vocals are rich and intoxicating, where you hang onto every word she sings and wish she was next to you. The electronic arrangements are familiar, aided by the stirring production that together creates a haunting soundscape. Dazzlingly breathtaking introduction to a hidden gem." - The Revue

Baiba Dekena: vocals, guitar, piano
Christoph Holzknecht: arrangements, beats, piano

In 2017 Baiba Dekena released her debut album "These Storms". Album is a modern mix of folk motives and pop, with arrangements of electro pop, and a touch of darker ambience. All of the songs show a very sensitive yet mature lyrical persona with her triels. However, “These Storms” are the storms that arrive after a drought – despite some darker clouds, they bring rain and fresh air.

Facts:

aus Innsbruck | *2016
Baiba Dēķena
Christoph Holzknecht

Kontakt:

baiba@diebaeckerei.at

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