is Latvian-born unknown rock star, who sounds like a mix of Madonna and Alicia Keys, and writes lyrics good for your post break-up therapy. She moved from Berlin to New York City in February 2012. Having spent the last couple of years in Germany in what she calls "in exile", she has finally reached her "promised land" and is now ready to conquer New York, the USA and the world.
Now, living in 'The City Where Dreams Are Made', Dacesita has started working hard to get her name heard. While the video for her song "Pink Colored Sunshine Light" is being edited in Berlin, she is working on the audio in New York.
With a song writing style that is inspired, among others, by Martin L. Gore of Depeche Mode and Latvian rock band "Livi", Dacesita writes well-structured pop songs with easy and memorable melodies and at the same time expresses her rebellious rocker heart. Dacesita's musical journey wraps up pretty much everything from classical music to blues and jazz over to pop, rock, r&b and salsa; she has been motivated by the legacy of the masters from each genre. Having played piano since the tender age of 4, Dacesita also experimented in her early teens with the guitar, bass and drums. However, things radically changed when she met legendary jazz saxophonist Billy Harper at the Veneto Jazz Festival in Italy. After hearing her scatting, he suggested that she should change from accompanying artists to picking up a microphone and moving to stage front herself. She followed Mr. Harper's advice which resulted in her switching from piano to vocals as her first 'instrument'.