Mitch Dodge Delivers a Quarantine Mix That’s Perfect For Your Rave Cave

Mitch Dodge

Mitch Dodge is helping us beat those quarantine blues with a special mix packed full of house heaters that will make your body move!

One of the hottest house artists who has been quickly ascending through the ranks of the scene is none other than Mitch Dodge. Known for his seductive releases and stunning sets that you simply can’t help but move your body too, this San Diego-based artist is one that should be on any house and techno lover’s radar.

Whether he’s hitting the decks at a local night, dropping some heaters during Space Yacht takeovers, or making members of the Desert Hearts community plamp the day away, his amazing curation abilities are always on full display. On the release front, he’s kept busy as well, recently collaborating with Porky on the Chameleon EP and Ocean Roulette on “Ocotillo.”

Now, with shows non-existent due to social distancing measures amid the coronavirus pandemic, Mitch also knows that we are all in dire need of a break from the madness. To help, he’s spun up a mix that will have you grooving away in no time that’s packed full of some amazing house tunes.

“I reflected on every moment in the club, festival and studio over the past years and tried to relive those moments we all hold so special. When listening to this mix try to think about some of your favorite music moments no matter what that may be! After the plague came the renaissance!”

Stream Mitch Dodge’s Stuck in Quarantine Mix on SoundCloud:


  1. Lubelski – Animalistic
  2. Mitch Dodge – ID
  3. Kevin Knapp – Dig This
  4. Piem – Shake It
  5. Cour T. – Acid Pu$$y
  6. Mitch Dodge, Susio – Funktionality
  7. Skonka – Right Now
  8. Mirko Di Florio – Electric Brain
  9. Green Velvet – Bigger Than Prince (Classmatic Bootleg)
  10. Susio – What You Do
  11. Pattern Drama – Time Will Tell (Mitch Dodge Remix)
  12. Mason Maynard – McLovin’
  13. Roberto Palmaro – Something Sweet
  14. Robbie Rivera – Control
  15. POOLCLVB – Erase (Reblok Dub)
  16. Kink & KEi – Nagore
  17. Jaded – Bounce
  18. Enrico Caruso – Bounce

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