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Anna Martinova started to DJ around 2000. First DJ set as DJ Moonchild she held in Riga, Latvia, club Metro playing a set of music of artists like X Dream, Xenomorph, PPS, Blastfood. Personal metamorphosis was going on - reflecting in music - and in a while she was reborn as Anavox, opening herself to dark and forest moods. Heavy and multi layered music, full of prophetical and philosophical quotes, defined her ideology back then - artists like Jahbo, Atriohm, Mubali, Full Face dominated in her sound stories. Anavox can guide into very dark and hidden places of human soul, annihilating them.  

 

https://soundcloud.com/anavox/anavox-freedom-overdose-india-teaser

 

Big influence in her musical taste is old school Goa trance. Artists such as Etnica, Ra, Filteria, Dimension 5, E - Mantra - imprinted the mind stated of eternal zen into her CDs collection. Sometimes she opens gates to this state playing morning old school Goa journeys.

Around 2014 Martinova discovered dark progressive, after having a gig in London. Since then the major core of her DJ sets are based on Zenon and Uroboros records and her DJ ID becomes Tulpa*.  Tulpa is a travelling DJ and often holds gigs within Europe - Germany,  Czech Republic, Swiss, Latvia, Lithuania, Hungary, UK, The Netherlands. She also crosses the globe, performed in India, Japan, Mexico. 

 

As Tulpa Martinova also produces psychedelic trance music, and was released in: Shaman Electro Records VA Nepal album, dedicated to collect support after recent earth quick in Nepal; Nomadic Nocturnes by Parasomnia Records; and recently released a Sky Walker EP with collection of tracks she produced between 2012 - 2017.  

Tulpa (Tibetan: སྤྲུལ་པWylie: sprul-pa), nirmita (Sanskrit: निर्मित), or thoughtform, is a concept in mysticism of a being or object which is created through spiritual or mental powers. The term comes from Tibetan "emanation" or "manifestation". Modern practitioners use the term to refer to a type of imaginary friend. Source: Wikipedia:

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tulpa