Moksha Art Collective's "Dusthead"



  • $15.00


From the Playa of Black Rock City at Burning Man
Moksha Family Art Collective's own "Dusthead"
The musical performances of Dusthead are strongly influenced by ancient sounds and orchestral compositions fused together with futuristic technological vibes and intricate bass engulfing the pineal gland. Dusthead incorporates string quartets, operatic singers and an eclectic diversity of tribal instruments. Fans have been calling the music Classitronic, because of its classical progression and diverse influence of electronic sounds. This is very unpredictable music, leaving the audience curious for the next possibility plucked out of the infinite spectrum of the auditory universe.

Dusthead was started by producer Billie De Horta in 2009, who was deeply inspired by metaphysical ideas and burning man culture. He wanted to create music that was timeless and would elevate the minds and spirits of all listeners. Billie Dusthead felt that live cinematic strings,inspired by epic films should be used live over heavy electronic beats. Starting to perform live in Miami, Dusthead later met with Susan Zuzka, performance artist and vocalist, after a gig. She applied her knowledge of operatic styles and plays the cello. Later they started recording with live string quartets and met with Kevin Cage, who played a big part in engineering their new album (Clockwork Of The Gods). They are now spreading they're Classitronic performances to other cities.

Moksha Family Arts Collective
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$15 online $20 at the door


The CoSM Store and the Mushroom Cafe will be open.

Rooms are available for rent in our fully renovated Victorian Mansion.

Many origianls and reproductions of Alex & Allyson Grey's artwork are on display in the guest house.

CoSM, Chapel of Sacred Mirrors, 46 Deer Hill Road, Wappingers Falls, NY 12590 click here for directions


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