Vibrational painter. Sound journey sculptor. Underground hip hop head turn electronic music aficionado. My love for underground hip hop and beats led me to hip hop instrumentals, eventually dance music and a passion for blending/manipulating frequencies. OCD digital crate digger, unearthing the freshest vibratory delights from the depths of the underground. I take great pleasure in dissolving the boundaries between genres. Self-taught in the comforts of my closet led to an unconventional mixing style. Often delayed gratification that rewards a patient listener. Broken beat and house fanatic, but I love it all! A champion for the healing power of music and dance, of sound and movement.
A despacho is an ancient indigenous Peruvian practice in “ayni” which is a Quechua word meaning “sacred reciprocity”, to be in balance, to be reciprocal. In a despacho ceremony we co-create a beautiful mandala like offering reverently infused with our love, intentions, prayers and gratitude for all that has been given to us, for all the blessings in our lives. This is done by placing intentional items on a large piece of white paper that then gets gently folded up like a gift and offered by either burning, burying or floating out on a body of water. Like you would give gifts to your friends/family for special occasions such as birthdays or Christmas, we can also give gifts to our allies of the natural and unseen realms on cosmologically significant dates to help amplify our intentions. This practice helps to establish a healthier equilibrium which manifests as greater beauty and well-being in our lives and in turn collectively.
“The creation of a despacho is a way to give back through prayer, intention, and love; doing so is participating a reciprocal exchange that promotes balance and interdependence.”
- Matthew Magee