n808 Spins a Spring Mix to Get You in the Groove During Quarantine

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If you’ve been searching for that perfect mix to help you spring forward, n808 has you covered with some solid house grooves.


One of the artists who has been grinding their way to the upper echelon of the house music scene over the past few years is none-other than n808. Leaving a lasting impression with his previous releases on labels like Dirtybird, SOUP, and House of Hustle, along with some stunning performances, the future is truly bright for this rising star.

This year has seen him drop some serious heat with features on My Techno Weighs a Ton‘s  Weight Loss 2020 and No Sleep Crew 3 compilations. He also graced Admit One Records’ Lonely Hearts III with a fresh track called “Mile Hi Club” that’s a surefire jam.

Related: Want to learn more about n808? Check out our interview with him!

While his shows in Miami were sadly cancelled due to the coronavirus pandemic that has gripped the world, n808 was able to get one final set in before all the madness ensued. He took the stage at the beginning of the month during the reopening of The Jam Arcata to spin a set that was simply infectious… and we’ve got the recording of it. Check it out below and get to grooving!

“This is the last live set I played before going into lockdown. This was during the grand reopening of The Jam in Arcata, CA on a Friday night and the place was rockin. I had a bit too much to drink that night… please excuse the sometimes sloppy mixing, I was having a great time. On another note, there’s a lot of exclusive tracks in this mix, some unsigned and some works in progress — please don’t rip them. Be kind, rewind.”


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