Some people like to drink coffee to get themselves moving in the morning. For us at Dancing Astronaut, we throw out the watered down cups of joe and instead throw on some of the finest mixes house music has to offer. So put down that overpriced Starbucks latte and let Kye Gibbon, the UK DJ/Producer Foamo, help you shake off the morning funk with an hour of choice house tunes and deep punchy bass. Consider this the opening set to your day, a nice warm up for the madness that will follow tonight – because if you are anything like us, the weekend starts on Thursday.
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