Drawing on varying influences both musical and spiritual, Incus stands beyond simple definition in its musicality and style.

During the last many years, Incus toured countless miles, making music at various festivals including Envision Festival, Burning Man, Unifier Festival, DiscJam, PermaJam, Zen Awakening, Devotionfest, Gratifly Festival, Boston Green Fest, 3DL, Firedance, and at various venues in the US and in Central America.

An Incus  performance is a gathering of people who come together to live and breathe the fullness of being alive. With the ability to get crowds sweating in their dance and singing from their hearts, the band is equally at home onstage, plugged in or acoustic, in cathedrals with choirs, or at festivals around the country. They have gained appreciative followings from these diverse settings.

Jason Cohen, the visionary force of the band, has been producing powerful healing and expressive arts gatherings with a focus on reverence for nature, and inspiring people through creativity, for many years. He is a big part of an exciting Land project in Massachusetts, is the Director of a 501c3 “The HeARTbeat Collective”, and curates New England’s premier Summer Solstice event, Unifier Festival. Jason is also known for his work producing 34 Forestdance gatherings, which have taken place in 7 US states and 12 times in Costa Rica.

Incus has 3 studio albums and 1 live album recorded at Alex Grey’s COSM.  Their latest full length release is entitled “Reconciliation”.

Incus weaves together and honors Land, Ceremony, Culture Creation, Ecstatic Experience, Creativity and Community, and acts as an inspiring carrier of the wisdom and song of this work.

Jason Cohen: vocals and keys
Debo Ray: vocals & percussion
Esperanza Yennie: vocals & percussion
Brian Wolverton: Surbarhar
Thomas Matherly: Bass
Jed Blume: tablas and percussion

Incus: New Warrior Song

Incus: What Am I

Incus: New Medicine Song


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Unifier Festival is a Healing and Expressive Arts Festival, A Sacred World Music Festival, and a Beach Party. Immerse Yourself in Nature on 417 community owned acres in the foothills of the Berkshires

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