Originally a skill historian, Canadian spoken word artist Myra Davies found a fresh medium on her behalf creativity when she linked to Berlin’s tight-knit experimental music scene. While assisting to curate performers for Expo ’86 in Vancouver, United kingdom Columbia, Davies fulfilled Skinny Puppy’s Nivek Ogre, who presented her to performers including Einstürzende Neubauten and Gudrun Gut, who became Davies’ longtime collaborator. Beginning in 1991, the duo proved helpful jointly as Miasma, and released three albums on Moabit Musik (1993’s Miasma, 1997’s Miasma 2, and 2002’s Miasma 3) and in addition created multimedia shows. Afterwards in the 2000s, Davies continuing to create music under her very own name and extended her roster of collaborators to Beate Bartel, Alexander Hacke, and Danielle de Picciotto on 2008’s THE LADY Suite EP as well as the full-length Metropolitan areas and Girls, that was nominated for Greatest Album on the 2010 Qwartz Digital Music Honours. Davies came back with songs in 2017 with Sirens, which also highlighted Gut and Bartel and a series of monitors giving an answer to Götterdammerung, the ultimate opera in Richard Wagner’s Band Cycle.