The original use and meaning of Native American headdress has evolved over the last 180 years of cultural appropriation. Now, music festival goers are under attack for style-copying the war bonnet. The anti-headdress drumbeat shouts false claims of genocide & racism, and unnecessarily attempts to create villains and guilt.
DVBBS consist of brothers Alex and Chris Andre (formerly Van Den Hoef). DVBBS music is sometimes classified as Electro house, big room house, hard-style, or bass heavy.
The uninhibited duo is in demand. Their most famous single “Tsunami” charted number 1 in the United Kingdom, Scotland, and the Netherlands. In addition to charting in various other countries worldwide via iTunes, “Tsunami” gained over 83 million views in under two years. It also reached #1 on the Beatport 100. The Canadian Urban Music Awards presented them with the “One To Watch” award in 2013.