A one-woman orchestra that has never failed to puzzle her surroundings. Ksenia accomplished that by harnessing the energy to coexist as a music creator, selector, event promoter, radio hostess, label owner, club manager, festival bookings manager, traveler, mother of two daughters and most importantly, a partygoer. Yet, she tends to quintessentially concentrate her energy on delivering artisan events and global & regional performances.
Over the years in post-soviet Latvia, the defiant youth have embraced techno as a revolution ideology. One of those was Ksenia. Domestically riginating from a line of musician, she spent her life digging deeper into electronic & experimental music hence optimizing her assortment of ambient, deep house, nu jazz and IDM records. And in 2003, that was an inspiration for her to join the Intelligent Beats Radio show as a host and presenter on Silver Radio (Russia).
Four years from that milestone, Ksenia founded the Platz fur Tanz label. The concept was curated to function as a promotional team and evolved to release contemporary electronic music. Throughout the years, the label has collaborated with Deadbeat, Smash TV, Stewart Walker, Pan/Tone, Funk D'Void, Agaric, Alexkid, Andre Lodemann, Dirk Leyers, Jonas Kopp, Cheh, Mihai Popoviciu and many further artists.
As a music-producer Ksenia Kamikaza (aka Naive Dreamer) has released several EPs, and in year 2015 then she published her debut album "Japanese Georgians", which has been true musical experimentation and self expression: it includes Ksenia’s love and vision of downtempo, IDM, broken beats and techno.
Ksenia Kamikaza travels a lot, playing in clubs and festivals around Europe and Asia, like Fabric / London, Kater Blau, Suicide Circus / Berlin, Dommune, Circle / Tokyo to name few.
Having good connections with artists through all these years, in year 2017 Ksenia and a team of true music fans have decided to organize electronic music festival called UNDER in her home town Riga. The festival has become a good tradition and is happening annually.