Today’s Good Morning Mix comes straight to you from Black Rock City, Nevada — better known to many as the home of Burning Man. Yesterday Lee Burridge filled many a Burners’ heart with glee as he released a remastered version of his sunrise set from the Robot Heart bus from 2011. Obviously not a tracklist for this bad boy, but press play and sit back and transport yourself to celebrating a desert sunrise in one of the most unique human experiences America has to offer. Lee tells us that if this set gets 30,000 hits, he’ll release it for a free download so get listening.
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