For many making the journey out to Black Rock City this year, the days until the Playa is once again populated are numbered. The Robot Heart camp releases its storied mixes year round, but it seemed more than coincidence that Three’s set from 2012 was uploaded to the Robot Heart’s SoundCloud less than two weeks before the beginning of the 2013 Burn. Whether or not dreams of dancing in the desert are in your immediate future, whether or not you’re up this early for work or from the night before, slap on Three’s Robot Heart set for a mindful morning.Posted by
Highly-regarded Canadian label No. 19 Music is out this week with the third installment of their Social Experiment album series. Following up Soul Clap’s boogie-down selections from February 2011, Art Department dive head first into the terrific world of spacey house and out-there dance floor techno. Members Kenny Glasgow and Jonny White had been doing their thing quite well before merging into Art Department under Crosstown Rebels in 2009. Now, with several years as a duo — performing both live with Jonny’s vocals and in DJ sets — the pair are very much established among the underground’s titanic talent.
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.Posted by