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Desert Hearts Announces Haunted Hearts Los Angeles Halloween Party

Attention techno-loving witches and wizards;  consider incorporating your Desert Hearts dog tag necklaces into this year’s Halloween costumes. The Desert Hearts crew is joining forces with Damian Lazarus to throw a Halloween party for the spooky souls of LA’s party scene. The first-ever Haunted Hearts event was officially announced today. Set any superstitious vibes aside […]

Road To Desert Hearts 2018 Playlist, Lineup Release & Ticket Giveaway To Sold Out Event

Blossoming from a small gathering of close friends in the Mojave five years ago came the community, family, and touring event of Desert Hearts. Their ethos and intent has always been to spread love through spellbinding music and all-inclusive, deep connection. Today, they continue to demonstrate all that they stand for with the release of […]

Who The Hell Is Sweet Heat Records?

The rise of independent labels is a driven and inspiring sensation known to just about all the genres we know. But in the electronic underground, small parties reincarnate as cult-like festivals and apparent “nobody’s” become hottest label of the year faster than you can say Sweet Heat Records. 2018 is still fresh and at the […]

Get Your Dancing Shoes On, Desert Hearts Drops 2018 Festival Dates

Strap on those dancing shoes and break out the furs! Desert Hearts has announced their 2018 festival dates and are gearing up for 72 hours of house, tech, & ❤️! Desert Hearts 2018 will take place April 27-30 at the now infamous stomping (dancing?) grounds of Los Coyotes Reservation Warner Springs in California. Photo by:Juliana […]

City Hearts Festival: The Desert Hearts Metropolis Guinea Pig

Photos by Jessica Bernstein   The Desert Hearts crew ran some tests in Los Angeles this weekend with the urban genesis of their City Hearts Festival in Downtown – and the experiment was a success.   Considering the creative shades of art, fashion, music, and culture written into the city’s landscape, it only made sense […]