Lucy Tcherno Ivanenko was born in Mahon, Menorca, in 1985. In 2015 she was bestowed with the magick name Ivana Ray Singh.
CULTURAL MANAGER-CURATOR-CULTURAL PROJECTS DIRECTOR
She is a cultural agitator, musician, artist and DJ based in Barcelona, creator of A Love Supreme: platform and festival of Supreme Music.
Renowned for being the co-founder and co-director of Màgia Roja- cultural association and label- and its renowned concert venue and members only club: Màgia Roja H.Q. which she conceived and managed until March 2017. She has also been Production Manager and General Manager of Gràcia Territori Sonor and LEM International Experimental Music Festival, member of the Jury of the Luigi Russolo International Sound Art Award and Interpreter and Guest Relations Coordinator at In Edit International Music Documentary Festival, through her grassroots work as a promoter and manager for forward-thinking and risk-taking music projects such as Qa’a, Ordre Etern, Coàgul, Jochen Arbeit (Einstürzende Neubauten) & Huan and Macromassa among others, she began at the age of 20.
She began DJ’ing as a member of Màgia Roja’s Resident DJ collective Comisarios de la Luz DJ’s in 2016. Her DJ sets move from sensual mistery, to shimmering lysergic dreams, through voodoo rhythms, energetic no-wave brass blasts, to alienated metallic synths and pounding scraping machine anthems for all normally considered outcasts to sing along in brother/sisterhood: from Chicaloyo to White Noise through Can to Bourbonese Qualk to James Chance to Einstürzende Neubauten and Dive, unearthing the links of an unbroken chain of timeless music which seeks to reconcile the light and dark within us all, in a fiery festive Sabbath. Ivana Ray Singh Mixcloud
Ivana Ray Singh: Solo project started in March 2017. She uses voice, synths, cassettes of found sounds and percussions to make music with lyrics that reflect on the themes of incommunication (both intra and inter-personal), foreignness and “the other”, isolation and belief as a tool for self-knowledge and growth. No hay mal que por bien no venga, collabo with Lorena Izquierdo
Amas: Duo with Maria Gata Santa founded in March 2018. Beat-driven noisy post-industrial electronics, guided by vocals that invoke one’s highest self in the face of adversity, while banishing that which doesn’t belong. Amas Bandcamp
Poetic Acts and Visual arts:
Mural and canvas painting, incorporating sigilization techniques, influenced by Egyptian, occultist and alchemical iconography.