Mikey Lion, Lee Reynolds, Porkchop (open-to-close)

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Mikey Lion, Lee Reynolds & Porkchop (open-to-close)


Mikey Lion
https://soundcloud.com/mikeylion
https://www.facebook.com/MikeyLionMusic/
https://www.instagram.com/mikeylion/

Part mythical desert harlequin, part modern soul conductor, Mikey Lion is more than a DJ––He’s

a freak of nature and a controller of energy. The San Diego-native has earned a dusty mystique over the past few years as the center of the Desert Hearts movement and as a house and techno provocateur with a stage presence that suggests he will ride this wave all the way to the top. If there’s one thing Mikey does well, it’s get the party started.

Lion has brought the mothafuckin’ ruckus to the stages of Lightning in a Bottle, the dustiest storms at Burning Man, and The Do LaB at Coachella, earning nods from Claude VonStroke, Jamie Jones, and Green Velvet in the process. In doing so, Lion and his signature top hat have developed a boisterous voice in the House & Techno scene with strong tribal, hip-hop, and psychedelic elements.

Lee Reynolds
https://soundcloud.com/lee_reynolds
https://www.facebook.com/djleereynolds/
https://www.instagram.com/lee_reynolds/

Just as rave culture was making its first waves in the UK in 1988, a mad English kid named Lee Reynolds rode his BMX bike across the Atlantic to Los Angeles, carrying with him dreams of big air and sunny skies. He was as wild then as he is now, it’s just that on two wheels, Reynolds’ lack of abandon resulted in broken bones, not broken beats. In 1992, he limped off the ramp one last time and soon found himself lost to electronic psychedelia, and thusly one of the West Coast’s finest DJs began his path to the Desert Hearts movement and the hysteria he now conjures with every performance.

Now, a quarter century later, Reynolds has a lifetime’s worth of experience bringing the weird and the wonderful to the dancefloor. He earned his chops up and down the West Coast in the dance scene’s dustier institutions––Moontribe, Moonshake, LiB––That’s where he developed his endlessly wide palate, penchant for mysticism, and an understanding that a dance party should be a spiritual experience.

Porkchop
https://soundcloud.com/porkchop-deserthearts
https://www.facebook.com/Porkchopmusicpage/
https://twitter.com/porkchopmusic
https://www.instagram.com/porkchop_dh/

Don’t be mislead by the light-hearted name, Porkchop is a man who takes partying very seriously. David Leon, as he is otherwise known, is the wildcard of Desert Hearts.

A San Diego native, Leon was influenced early on by older brother Mikey Lion and dusty jaunts to Lightning in a Bottle and Black Rock City, but over the past two years, his renown as a DJ and chops on the decks have grown to match his larger-than-life personality.

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