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This is what 100 hours of Desert Hearts Festival looks like

Southern California's longest non-stop house and techno rager

  • Words: Carré Orenstein / Photos: Jamie Rosenberg
  • 11 November 2015

The bi-annual festival celebrated its three-year anniversary off-the-grid at Los Coyotes Indian Reservation, from November 5 - 9. The notorious Desert Hearts crew decided to go above and beyond to throw possibly the longest non-stop house and techno festival Southern California has ever seen.

For this round, the music was spot on. Kate Simko, Andreas Henneberg, Doc Martin, Jozif, Claude VonStroke and J.Phlip were just some of the artists that kept people around for five full-on days of professional-level partying.

There were some struggles with the shivering cold which seemed to test everyone's ability to keep it going through to sunrise, but if anything is going to finally bring this drawn-out West Coast festival season to a close, it's 100 relentless hours of house, techno and frost-bite.

Check out some wicked selects from the festival above.

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