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NAV is the moniker of at least three artists: 1. a semi-anonymous singer and rapper out of Toronto, keeping a low profile as he lets his music speak first. Nav's music is distinctly Toronto, favoring dark, textural production, and understated melodies. 2. a japanese vocaloid composer. 3. a hip hop producer from Amsterdam, The Netherlands. Alias of Alberto Arifi. You'll find his latest achievements at http://navbeats.blogspot.com/. .
Nav Katze are a Japanese music group whose style ranges from mellow acoustic pop to electro-rock to ambient techno. Anime fans may know Nav Katze from the Video Girl Ai soundtrack, and techno fans may have heard the Never Mind The Distortion remixes by Aphex Twin, Global Communication, Black Dog, and others. The members of Nav Katze are Miwako Yamaguchi and Naoko Iimura. More information about the group can be found on the official Nav Katze homepage, http://www.sazan.net/navkatze/ which happens to be mostly in English! By the way, Nav Katze means "nervous cat" in somewhat fractured German. .
There are at least two artists named Nava: 1) NAVA is a post-hardcore band started in 2012 by Chad Crawford (guitars, ex-Scary Kids Scaring Kids) and Hiram Hernandez (vocals, guitars), both previously of Curses. Later the two were joined by Tyler Brown (drums) and Chris Hedger (bass guitar). Their first single "Something Better" was released on October 19, 2012. On June 19, 2013 NAVA released a debut 5-track EP titled Daybreak. http://facebook.com/WEARENAVA http://wearenava.bandcamp.com/ http://www.reverbnation.com/navaofficial 2) After years of writing hits for Elvis Crespo, Olga Tanon, India, and other Latin stars, Rodolfo Nava Barrera shines in the spotlight on his promising...
Navajita Plateá is a Spanish duet composed of writer/singer Ildefonso de los Reyes and guitarist Francisco Carrasco Soto. Both are from Jerez de la Frontera, Spain, with family backgrounds in Flamenco music. The music of Navajita Plateá is flamenco-influenced and has been called "new flamenco", but incorporates fusion elements of blues, rock, pop, punk, and hip-hop. Their first hit was "Noches de Bohemia". More recently in 2006 they returned to the spotlight when "Esta Vida Está de Lujo" was used in an Andalucian advertising campaign. .
The lifestyles, philosophies, and traditions of the Navajo nation are represented by songs for herding, planting, harvesting, hunting, blessing hogans, and soothing children. The 1933 and 1940 field recordings by Laura Bolton from settlements in New Mexico and Arizona beautifully document a music largely vocal and highly melodic with relatively short song phrases repeated, divided, and combined in intriguingly complex ways. .