DRĖĖĖMY is a transnational genre-bending world-fusion sonic alchemist, movement & meditation guide, and social justice artivist. She is the founder of the NYC-based womxn’s music, arts, and wellness Collective BAE.

As an Egyptian-American, her sound is an Organic Electronica ~ an intentional, transnational communication of soul vibration: global rhythms, earthy basslines, pulsing 808s, glittering synths, ancestral voices, tribal invocations ~ Ancient Sounds and Future Beats.

But her sonic journeys are also unexpected, fusing and layering tempos and genres and odes to indigenous cultures, because they’re meant for soulful, primal movement — a deep sense of exploration, liberated expression, and euphoria. It is Sonic Alchemy, and it is a nod to our shared (her)story.

BAE (Before Anything Else, @collective.BAE), is drėėėmy’s mindful music movement and transnational conscious community, produced by womxn, for ALL. Her work is to amplify and evolve intentional connection, collaboration, co-creation, and well-being for the collective by highlighting especially under-represented female-identifying artists. The Collective BAE harnesses multi-genre creativity to transform and transmute spaces for collective liberation and feminine celebration.

~ (2 sets – SOLAR daytime & LUNAR evening) ~

Journey deep within the medicine of liberated movement. This Ecstatic Dance is a ceremonial practice in reverence of body, heart, spirit, space, and place. Like our ancestors knew to do, The Dance is a healing, a releasing, an expressing, and an expanding.

The SOLAR journey is an opportunity to activate and ignite intention.

The LUNAR journey is an entry into awakening and integrating that intention.

Come one, come all. Come as you are, move as you wish.


An immersive and interactive listening meditation & sound-bath that invites you into expressive transformational communication with the spirit of the Forest. Unearth her whispers; her wisdoms; her rhythms; her songs.


DRĖĖĖMY is also the co-creator of BASSyoga alongside internationally-acclaimed teacher Nikki Ortiz. BASSyoga is an original soundscape of sub-frequency healing music and movement medicine designed to sync brainwaves and nurture energetic fluidity in the mind, body, and spirit. Using the combination of neuro-scientifically harmonic frequencies, ancient tuning instruments, and downtempo rhythms fused with binaural beats, the BASSyoga soundscape has evolved to be created LIVE.


DRĖĖĖMY has performed, played and activated experiences at venues and gatherings across the country & internationally, including: Madison Square Garden, Lightning In A Bottle Festival, the California World Music Festival, The Get Down Party, Ecstatic Dance (worldwide), House of YES NYC, NuBlu, Elements Music & Arts Festival, AFROPUNK Brooklyn, Symbiosis Gathering, Gratitude Migration, Art Basel Miami, Refinery 29’s 29rooms, the Queens Museum, the Rubin Museum of Art, The New York Botanical Garden, New School University, Tribal Gathering (Panama), Envision Festival (Costa Rica), Jai Thep Festival (Thailand), and at The Hawaiian Sanctuary.


ON FACEBOOK https://www.facebook.com/dreeemy.bae/


Asif Ullah

Asif Ullah

Asif is a yogi, earth lover, vegan, creative writer, seeker, and a medicine man in the Ayurvedic tradition. In many ways he is the fiction he writes and has written himself into an epic dystopian utopia. This has involved him being a creative writing teacher in a dead poets society in Brooklyn; an ancient yogi transcending form and gravity and conveying this only to select students outside of the realm of commercial studios; a medicine man who forages, makes medicine, touches hearts and journeys with his clients through time and space, but mostly in a state of constant prostration at That which allows him and all Life to Be. You can learn more about Asif’s: yoga: @yogimedicineman // medicinal work: mindyourbelly.com // podcast: https://anchor.fm/cosmicmedicinejourney

He will be offering a Writing through your Chakras workshop, that will be an exploratory creative writing session, where we will tap into a couple of chakras to uncover the hidden worlds that lie within you.

Serenna McCloud

Serenna McCloud

Serenna L. McCloud is a native Ithacan, mother of two boys, herbalist, gardener and local attorney practicing in the areas of real estate, trusts and estates, and business law.  She is a long-time practitioner of Kundalini yoga and meditation.  Serenna’s healing journey also has included ecstatic dance at the Foundation of Light.  She is very proud to count herself among those in the lineage of Rosemary Gladstar through her completion of an herbalism apprenticeship with Heartstone Center for Earth Essentials.  Serenna has helped Mythaca with legal work such as contracts and liability waivers, participated in the planning committee, and as BIPOC Diversity Coordinator for the event she will co-lead a healing circle designed to release the intergenerational trauma associated with colonization and oppression.

Damaris and Tico

Damaris + Tico

Over the past decade, Myztico has been live painting at various festivals and clubs across the east coast  of the U.S, including Alex & Allyson Grey’s CoSM, Burning Man, House of Yes, Chashama & amongst many others. Myztico’s art has been displayed at various galleries throughout the USA, Peru & the UK. His paintings are collected internationally, including The Museum of Native Americans in Washington, DC.

Damaris Vazquez who is a fine art nude photographer and divine catalyst of transcendent experiences in the process of channeling art and divination…she is now creating blacklight photo paintings. Creating in the realms of erotic and sensual as well as all expressions of the goddess, she has created acclaimed productions of group nudes, couple’s sensual art, conceptual portraiture, and is presently creating a blacklight oracle deck. She sends and receives messages thru images.

Together, they are a whole vibe of divine cosmic orgasmic trance dance of color and vision and light…creating a fun portal for transformation, creativity and love.

Myztico (Tico) is a self taught multimedia Visionary Shamanic Artist born in Cuba, raised on the streets of Hells Kitchen/Times Square. His creativity was initially sparked at the age of 5 inspired by his father’s caricature sketches. His passion for creativity includes the sacred arts of music/guitarist/percussion/filmmaking/muralist/painter/body painting/poetry/photography.  He co-directed & edited the Psy-Fi psychedelic film “Rigelian Thianosferic Transmissions of the Higher Realms” which recently won best Psy-Trance film award at the annual N.Y ” 2019 Psychedelic Film and Music Festival”  Watch it here:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pVpiNlzQ9sY&t=33s   and also appears in the 90 minute documentary “The Cosmic 3D UV Portal that can be seen here:  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WrTeC0OiKPM&t=4365s

Their Offering: Blacklight Body Painting to Reveal your star ancestry

Body Painting is perhaps the oldest art form beside cave art that has been around since the earliest of human tribes. In a modern day context Myztico explores the realms of UV Body Painting at various events/festivals/private functions as part of the Cosmic 3D UV Portal where he performs live UV Canvas & Body Painting.

Butterflies of the Blacklight, bring your tribal souls our way, and let us channel and merge with your star ancestry thru our ultraviolet reactive artistry. We are here to bring out your true colors, and reveal to you a side that wants to emerge. Our intention is to uplift, celebrate, enjoy, and transcend by way of this ancient sacred practice that is body painting. With deep reverence for your body temples, and infinite spirits, we are divine masculine and feminine partners working side by side painting magic thru our brushes transforming your faces and bodies so you can return to the dance space, and your sense of self with newness and in an inspired way. We call on the brightest and most positive guides and vibes to open doors for you and bring out more of your beauty and inner spirit being.

Elisa Keeler

Elisa S. Keeler

Renewal Meditation & Song Workshop

Join Elisa S. Keeler in a guided meditation, group discussion, simple movement and songs for replenishment. Renew your connection with source, yourself and each other within a sacred circle. Drink from the vibrant waters of song as we invite in healing, connection and joy.

Elisa S. Keeler is a retreat facilitator, composer and songleader. She is a teacher of the Hidden Treasure Program, a 3-year course in personal and spiritual growth, at Light on the Hill Retreat Center. She trained with Sufi Retreat Guide, Alice McDowell.

Elisa is the founder of Freeing Your Voice, an offering that supports vocal health and wellbeing through simple, soulful singing. As a songleader and meditation guide, she works with Threshold Choirs, religious organizations, colleges, community groups and staff community-building retreats.

In 2021, Elisa released a new digital album and songbook entitled Song For The Circle: 21 songs and chants for group singing. To learn more about Elisa’s music, online classes and retreats, please visit: www.elisamusic.com

Yarrow Nelson

Yarrow Nelson

Yarrow Nelson led the Dances of Universal Peace in Ithaca at the end of the last millennium, and now leads Dances in San Luis Obispo, CA. He is a certified Dance leader/mentor who is known for his wise and gentle presence. Yarrow was a founding member of the Ithaca Sufi Choir, and has been leading Peace Choir in California for the past 20 years. He lets Spirit guide the music to cultivate an ecstatic feeling of connection.

Contact + Consent: At the core of Contact Improv is the constant dance of consent. We’ll be practicing this dance of saying and hearing “No” & “Yes” both verbally and non-verbally. Learning and incorporating Betty Martin’s “Wheel of Consent” we’ll explore being more deeply sensual, consensual, and present with each other.

Sensational: A Touch & Play Taster: Challenge your senses!  Feel the proximity of pain & pleasure / sensual & sexual. Explore the range of possible touch: caress/slap/tickle/scratch/bite/pinch/squeeze… Discover your “Yeses!” and clarify and communicate your “Nos”.  With awareness build resilience and deepen connections as we playfully improvise through edgier forms of touch in our dances.

Reconnecting Contact with Props
How can we safely gather and practice the beloved dance form of Contact Improv during Pandemic times. For folks who are are not yet comfortable with direct touch and/or folks who want to explore contact with props this non-contact “Contact” class uses long bamboo poles, ropes and even a parachute to create ways to feel resistance and counterbalance with our partners while maintaining physical distance.

Moti Zemelman

Moti Zemelman

Moti Zemelman, MFA, began practicing Contact Improvisation 32 years ago. Over the past 24 years he has taught and performed across the USA, Canada, Costa Rica, Guatemala, Mexico, Europe and Israel. In 2008-09 he taught as Professor of Dance at the Instituto Naciónal de Bellas Artes in Mexico City. Over the last 10 years in his desire to integrate communication, intimacy skills, and teaching he has studied Non-Violent Communication, Tantra, Butoh, BDSM, Byron Katie’s “The Work” and most recently Betty Martin’s “Wheel of Consent”. Moti has been both a teacher and a board member at Earthdance Retreat Center in Plainfield, MA where he currently directs the Touch&Play Festival (http://earthdance.touchandplay.org/). Additionally he is a featured dancer in Sanford Lewis’ documentary film about CI “An Intimate Dance.” (Video Clip from Film – http://vimeo.com/38268635 ) He also designs and moderates the International Contact Improv resource website www.contactimprov.com

Honoring the Land through Somatic Practice

Acknowledging the land, the indigenous people who inhabit/ed this land and what oppressive colonialist behaviors happened and/or are still happening here is a practice of becoming an ally.  We have to start somewhere and that is wherever you are now.  Forming an intimate relationship to land that we inhabit means being vulnerable and seeing/feeling how ourselves and our ancestors are part of an oppressive culture and that we can now be part of decolonizing our bodies communities and land.  Explore how Authentic Movement, Contact Improv and other somatic practices can be a doorway towards reconciliation.  BIPOC Voices will be prioritized and amplified in this space.

Malika Elena Salazar

Initiated in the lineage of the Sufi Ruhaniat International. Leader of the Dances of Universal Peace, Kundalini Yoga teacher, explorer of different Native American practices, musician and singer of Medicine Music and World Sacred Music. Through her golden voice she offer a journey for different spiritual traditions of the Earth. Celebrating the human spirit, cultivating the sense of a planetary community full of diversity and beauty and promoting respect, understanding, and recognition between all religions and spiritual paths. She has released several albums and singles of World Sacred Music. Sample her music here and here.

Jay Leeming

Jay Leeming

Jay Leeming is a poet and storyteller who in response to Covid-19 told fifty stories online over ten weeks during the spring of 2020. He enjoys connecting the wild river of poetry to the earth-based stories humans have carried in their voices for the last ten thousand years, bringing these stories alive through the Crane Bag Storytelling podcast. He is the author of Miracle Atlas (Writers and Books, 2011) and Dynamite on a China Plate (Backwaters Press, 2006), and the recipient of a fellowship from the National Endowment for the Arts. Recordings and more information about his work can be found at www.JayLeeming.com.


Jaya *tries* to be in constant remembrance of his role as a servant of Love. To live humbly, while shining bright (AF) (as the kids say). He currently works as a substitute teacher at a local middle school, as well as at the food CoOp in Ithaca, NY.

Originally from Queens, NYC- he has spent many moons both on the West Coast as well as in Mother India.

His first initiation with Pleiadian energies was in 2012, in the sacred presence of the Southern Grandmother plants. He was scared it would make him egoic (to share this gift), so he had a lot more shadow work and good ol’ trauma healing to do meanwhile. So he could serve You, as himself. In whatever small way he possibly can. As, only ever, “a hole in the flute”. (Hafiz)

Jaya does sessions virtually and in-person in Ithaca NY, and can be found online @jayatotality (FB, YouTube, Instagram).

Message him if you’d like to join the email list for future Ceremonial events. (You are the Medicine).

His website inlovesservice.com is up and will be completed soon.

Workshop details:

This will be a collaborative ceremony. I cannot emphasize enough that it is about YOU bringing your power, your humility, and your openness, both of heart and mind that will make this moment together actualize.

This is not a show- all expectations are to be kindly and firmly left at the door.

Energy that is not felt as “nakedness” may be pointed to by the ❤️Stewards❤️ that will be Present with us.

We will start in Silence.

I, I mean Jaya, Will speak- likely very vulnerably, about his human experience in the moment. From there we will together become more open, and invite in only Goodness. In all it’s Glorious BOUNTY.

We hope to see you there.

Cai Quirk

Cai Quirk

Cai Quirk is a trans/queer/fluid artist, musician, and writer originally from Ithaca, NY. Their upcoming book ‘Transcendence’ connects gender diversity, spirituality, mythology, storytelling, and nature, through visual and written stories alike. See more at caiquirk.com

Workshop: Queer Restoryation

In a world that tries to erase the presences of LGBTQueerIA+ folks, it is even more vital that we continue to tell our stories, whether they are the everyday realities of our lives, or mythic tales of realities deeper than ordinary truths. Binary ways of seeing the world will not simply disappear — they must be replaced by ways of seeing and honoring fluidity and change as natural and necessary. This workshop is an act of restoryation, engaging with new stories, myths, and legends, ones that walk the many paths beyond supposed binaries: male and female, night and day, land and sea, earth and sky, life and death, self and other, self and earth.

Tree Tiph

Tree Tiph

Tree Tiphereth is a Father, Artist, Healer, Practical Mystic, and Builder who has been facilitating intentional healing spaces and spiritual ceremonies for men going on 20 years. He is our main coordinator of H-I-M Space for Men this year at Mythaca.

If you are interested in leading a workshop, or offering an art or skill share to heal, uplift, and empower the healthy masculine, ….or if you’d like to contribute in any way to our Mythaca Men’s Space this year please contact Tree directly at: treetiphereth@gmail

Amanda Moretti

Amanda Moretti

Amanda Moretti is a dancer, teacher and choreographer who has lived in Ithaca for the past 17 years. She teaches at the Ithaca Ballet School and CSMA, and has also been doing freelance outdoor classes during the pandemic .She studied dance at the Naropa Institute, where she had the great good fortune to work closely with Nancy Stark Smith during the early years of contact improvisation. Later she lived in Montreal for 12 years, performing and dancing with many teachers in modern dance and in the improvisation world. She also began butoh dance there. Her recent work includes a duet “Emergence,“ created for the Ithaca Ballet’s Virtually Spring dance, which was filmed in March 2021. She also did an outdoor solo performance for “Visceral” in October 2020. Both dances were filmed by Marilyn Rivkin.

Neko Three Sixty

Neko Three Sixty

Neko Three Sixty is a multi-faceted diamond witch devoted to the path of the alchemical marriage; where our opposites (like pain and pleasure, good and evil, separate and oneness) are equally held with divine reverence, so that our suffering within and without may be transmuted into gratitude, deep learning, playful awareness and magic in action!

She has decades (and lifetimes) of experience and deeply studied and practiced Tantrika, RYT-1000 yoga teacher, Sound Healer, Reiki Practitioner, Herbalist, Tarot + Astrology, and Psychic healer.

For more info on what services, classes and events she offers go to nekothreesixty.com



The music of HuDost weaves a seamless tapestry of Folk, World, and Rock that renders tears and laughter in listeners, cultivating the nameless longing that abides somewhere in all our hearts and invoking total celebration. HuDost’s core musicians are Moksha Sommer, from Montréal, and Jemal Wade Hines from Kentucky. Having toured the U.S., Canada, and Europe constantly since April 2006, HuDost has grown and expanded, travelled rocky and glorious terrain and marveled at all they can learn and explore. Moksha and Jemal Wade in this time have grown as artists, as seekers, as a couple and as a family. Since 2015 they have also been highly engaged activists, doing advocacy work as KY Congressional District Representatives for ONE (a non-profit organization working to end extreme poverty and, specifically, the sexism of poverty).

HuDost functions as a duo or as a band, including guest musicians of varying sensibilities and backgrounds, and often including dance in their shows. As a duo their instrumentation includes vocals, harmonium (Indian Pump-Organ), NORD Keys, guitars, Dulcinet, percussion, and a slew of sonic ambient effects. Their music is a rich, eclectic blending of pop and rock with traditional Sufi music, Bulgarian, Croatian, Macedonian and Balkan folk music, Farsi, Turkish, Arabic, and folk. Their sound crosses all borders and barriers, taking the listener on a journey they will never forget.

HuDost’s music is a powerful expression of life’s journey and discovery. In 2008, Moksha went through a painful process of brain surgery due to a tumor. The healing from this included re-learning language skills, losing and regaining proper sight, and experiencing seizures. This could have been staggering but instead served as learning that has fueled a potent desire to bring healing through sound. In 2013 their amazing son, Kaleb, was brought into the world. It is through music that the losses and gains, pains and triumphs, and excruciating beauty of life can be given a voice of empathy to the synonymous lives of all people. Both critics and fans have said time and time again that the music of HuDost is this very expression. HuDost’s message comes from real experience, real emotion, and real concern for the world – from the birth of a child, to the healing of the body, to the healing of the planet, their words and music echo the human experience.

In addition to playing their amazing music on Thursday 6/24 HuDost will be offering the following workshop Thursday afternoon:

Empowerment Through Creative Process: 

In this workshop we will be delving into various art-forms as tools of healing, discovery, and expression. We will be learning how to break through boundaries and give ourselves the opportunity for unapologetic creativity!  This workshop is not just for artists but for anyone wishing to foster healing, exploration, love, and an open conversation with their creative and liberated selves. Participants will leave with their own visual, poetic, and musical expressions of what they can access by having this conversation.






Sean Roulan

Sean Roulan

Sean Roulan was born by the shores of Seneca Lakes and was raised in the gardens of his grandmother Mitsuko. Beyond sharing the teaching of yoga he is a gardener and landscape designer striving to create healthy human habitats. He is passionate about flowers, old trees, green beans and unlocking his human potential. His journey has contained deep personal work through the symptoms of depression, anxiety and scoliosis.

It is founded on deep reverence for the earth and the mystery of life.

Sean leads flowing classes focused on breath and alignment putting each student in the center of their experience of being in a body. His classes are effective for beginners and advanced practitioners and focus on bringing our potential to the future with increased stability, ability and inspiration. He weaves taoist metaphor into all his classes and is an expert in the magic square meditation. Sean also offers body diagnostic sessions and assisted stretching founded on thai and shiatsu techniques.

Sean has worked in the field of horticulture therapy and coaching for twenty years and believes that gardening is the highest form of yoga.  He leads meditative nature walks among young meadows and old oaks exploring the history, present moment and potential of the land and its connection to humanity. Sean has a heart of service and enthusiastically greets each human as a gift.

Janet Peck

Janet Peck

I am Janet Peck: West African dancer, drummer, teacher and choreographer.  My seeds of dance first sprouted in the early 70’s during “Polynesian Potpourri”, the Hatboro YMCA’s first annual water show.  A few years, two college degrees, 25 forays to Guinea, West Africa and one early retirement later, I became clear on what I wanted to be when I grew up!  Now, just wrapping up my eighteenth season as the artistic director of the N’Bönyé Dance and Drum Ensemble and my eleventh season as a co-leader of Rhythm Village, I am dedicated to my mission: to inspire people to be the most vital individuals they can be by sharing my passion for West African dancing, drumming, singing and culture with them.

Drummers: join us, too. I’ll teach YOU the drum patterns. IMPORTANT: Drummers: you WILL hafta BYOD!


Travis Knapp

Travis Knapp

Travis Knapp is a folk singer, songwriter, banjo player, and pianist from Central NY, who loves to get a room full of people singing! Learn more and listen at travisknapp.com

Susanna McDonald

Partner Yoga: Have you ever wanted to bring your partner into your yoga practice? Or wanted to develop a yoga practice with a partner? Come learn how in this duo-flow. No special clothing or set up required. Bring your open heart and a desire to connect. P.S. Singles welcome! You can find a flow partner in class.
Bio: Susanna McDonald is a certified personal trainer through the National Academy of Sports Medicine and a 350 HR yoga instructor through the Yoga Alliance. She is trained in Vinyasa, Traditional Hot, Yin, and Animal Flow. Susanna runs a virtual personal training business, Train With Susanna, where she helps busy professionals, aged 30-45, gain strength, flexibility, and a wellness-mindset. Susanna resides in Rochester, NY with her puppy, Winston. Both Susanna and Winston are hopelessly in love with Susanna’s boyfriend, Luke, who will be assisting class. Find out more about Susanna’s offerings on instagram @trainwithsusanna or at trainwithsusanna.com

Miwa Oseki Robbins

Miwa is a Dances of Universal peace facilitator and also a bodyworker, who loves the world of intuitive massage, blending such modalities as Thai Massage, Craniosacral Therapy, and other modalities. She and her beloved, Parker, have hosted both dances of universal peace and a devotional song circles, blending the practices of Kirtan and Zikr, singing in community and supporting with musicianship with Violin and Guitar.

Eliza Jean Greyce

Eliza Jean Greyce

Eliza is a ceremonial activist living in Marietta, NY. She is the founder of Porta Alchemica Healing Arts Studio in Skaneateles, NY.

Dancing Freedom Ceremony
Dancing Freedom is an alchemical embodiment ceremony that guides us through an elemental wave.  Eliza carries the medicine of this energetic container in her entirety and she looks forward to sharing deeply with you.

Captain Kale (Caelum Massicotte)

Captain Kale sees food as a vital part of one’s health, happiness, and community. He applies his background in cooking with his family, over 20 years kitchen experience, and his Masters in Human Nutrition to empower guests to deepen their connection with healthy and sustainable food.

He specializes in meeting the needs of special diets with organic and seasonal food for intentional gatherings, festivals and retreats. He is currently Kitchen Manager and Head Chef at Earthdance.

Devon Buckley

Devon Buckley

Devon Buckley has been allowing children the space to be free within the protection of healthy boundaries since the Fall of 1998. She has been simultaneously parenting and leading classrooms full of children between birth and school age for the last 23 years. Building community that connects to the Earth and her seasons has been the wider reality of her work. By communing with the families that surround her students, by celebrating every transition in the wheel of time and by offering children consistent connection to the food cycle (from compost to seed to sprout to harvest to the table), she feels she can make a true impact on the health of our earth family. She is trained in Kids Yoga, Waldorf Early Childhood and has homeschooled her own sons who are now 22, 15 and 9. She is excited to be a leader in the Mythaca Kids Camp this year, this Summer Sostice! Blessed be.

Amina Silk and Arif Leininger

Amina Silk and Arif Leininger are honored to provide joyous leadership in sacred space with music for the Dances, Dances of Universal Peace , chanting , community healing , some deliciousness and so much more !
Arif began dancing in the early ’70s and Amina began dancing in the early ’90s. In 2007 they joined together and began leading the dances as a team. Combining Arif’s musicianship and Amina’s graceful heartfelt movement they express their love for this powerful practice of healing,community and peace.
Friday afternoon after brunch, June 17
Together with earth energy we’ll have a community healing in the elements outside with the Rhythm and beauty of nature.
Sunday before dinner, June 19
A time of chanting Kirtan and Zikr with friends singing in harmony and prayers for the love of all life.

Amina Silk and Arif Leininger

Kaleem Sikandar is our Temple Guardian and Puja Facilitator as well as overall amazing support and right hand man at Mythaca. Find his face during the event if you need extra support from a grounded benevolent divine masculine gate keeper.


EIEYANI was born Sean Daniel Williamson on June 8, 1990, in Ridgewood, New Jersey. He is a multi-instrumentalist, DJ/producer, SINGER/songwriter. His unique fusion of worldly organic, instrumental, and Edm crossed with his background in sound healing modalities creates a truly multi-dimensional experience. This soul-inspired sound is exceedingly diverse with noticeable roots in EDM, world, instrumental and bass music. He quotes, “Music has always been a conduit for my connection, healing, and expression. I am home when I am one with it”.

Keena Maya

The depths of Keena Maya's sound are incantations, drawing us down into our roots, grounding us into our bodies, and invoking the incandescent deity within us to rise. She is a DJ, producer & sound conduit. Her sets revel in the low-end and span a wide variety of bass and world musics. She blends genres, skill, and a dancer’s intuition to expand our hearts and leave us dripping with joy.

Keena Maya is, so that we may be.


Joro-Boro is a producer and DJ primarily interested in musical genres that circuit bend the archaic and the futuristic, short circuit cultural flows, and bring along a deeper experience of sound and music. He has performed with ?uestlove, Anna Morgan, An-ten-nae, Bassnectar, Balkan Beat Box, DJ Spooky, Filastine, Gogol Bordello, M-1 (Dead Prez), Method Man, Omar Souleyman, Prefuse 73, Talib Kweli, The Human Experience, Tinariwen, Uproot Andy, Z-Trip, and others.

b e i n g - s o u n d

b e i n g - s o u n d is an interdisciplinary collaboration between Keena Maya and Joro-Boro
b e i n g - s o u n d performs ritual bass. A live electronic set rooted in the origins of ritual, layering a variety of sound sources (live, recorded, acoustic, electronic) and exploring the depths of bass sound as a full-body feeling. Inspired by bass music, techno, trap, dub, and minimalism.