How some proper San Francisco house music gave me my mojo back on night three of EDC.

On day 3 of EDC Vegas I found myself flying solo for the night. My wife and two friends who had made it through the first two days, decided they were going to bow out of the final night. And while their decision involved a full night of sleep, I just hadn’t had enough dance music and bright lights yet. With no clear plan for the night, I met up with a fellow Bay Area DJ and we set off in search of sushiritos, whiskey, and house music.

Our journey brought us to Kalliope, a mobile piece of art that looks just as comfortable in the shadow of kineticFIELD amongst the throngs of ravers as it would trekking across the playa. Tucked away in a lost corner of the Speedway, it was lucky for us that I had already spent two days running circles around the festival and I knew (kind of) exactly where it was.

We found ourselves amongst friends and strangers who were also in search of some proper house music all lighting up the dancefloor for rising g-house stars 219 Boys and Grensta. The boys set things off with a major set of deep grooves, bouncy beats and gangsta flava from on top of a neon lit mobile stage. It was just what I needed to get my mojo back for the night. An intimate party within the party, with some dirty funky beats.

We have the set for you along with some words from the boys. Press play and get your weekend started early with a little chair dance.

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