5 Artists We’re Excited to See at Desert Hearts: Los Angeles 2023

Desert Hearts is coming to The Torch at LA Coliseum this weekend, and the festival is bringing two days of nonstop house music vibes to Los Angeles.


Desert Hearts is a house music collective known for its strong community and epic live events. Their flagship festival is moving to The Torch at LA Coliseum for 2023, and they just announced set times for two days of ten hours of music at the historic venue.

The lineup is full of Desert Hearts legends like Lee Reynolds and Mikey Lion as well as talents from across the musical spectrum like Skream, Tiga, and Dusky. Take a look at some of our most anticipated artists at Desert Hearts: Los Angeles below, and be sure to buy your Desert Hearts Festival tickets before they sell out.

Desert Hearts Festival Saturday Set Times

Desert Hearts Festival Sunday Set Times


Desert Hearts: Los Angeles 2023 Must See Artists

Tiga, Desert Hearts Stage, Saturday 10-11 PM

Originally from Montreal and an innovator of the rave scene worldwide, Tiga has been a famous name in electronic music since the 1990s. He is known for breaking boundaries across genres with a truly unique brand of electronic music. Tiga has an interesting list of recent collabs with artists like Hudson Mohawke, The Martinez Brothers, Audion, Kolsch, and Boys Noize. He’ll bring the party to the Desert Hearts Stage at 10 PM on Saturday.

Eddy M, City Hearts Stage, Sunday 5-6 PM

A rising name in house music, Eddy M hails from Italy and has quickly made a name for himself in the electronic music scene. He’s known for releases on Solid Grooves and Repopulate Mars and is influenced by his love of old school hip-hop. Eddy M made an appearance at Solid Grooves at Space during Miami Music Week and has played multiple sets in across America in recent months. He’s performing at 5 PM on Sunday.

Melé, Desert Hearts Stage, Sunday 6-7 PM

Known for a worldwide-influenced percussive house sound, Melé will bring his unique vibe to Desert Hearts on Sunday. Combining styles like hip-hop, UK sounds, Chicago house, and world music, Mele has one of the most distinct styles of any house music artist. He founded his label Club Bad in 2019 and has also released official remixes for Galantis and Justin Martin. Mele made an appearance on Diplo’s self-titled album last year and will perform at Desert Hearts on Sunday at 6 PM.

Catz ‘N Dogz, Desert Hearts Stage, Sunday 8-9 PM

Based out of Poland and active for over fifteen years, Catz ‘N Dogz are known for a deep and colorful brand of house music. The DJ duo has released on labels like Defected, Dirtybird, Club Sweat, and more, and often release music on their home label, Pets Recordings. Catz ‘N Dogz recently released official remixes for Dom Dolla and Fatboy Slim and collaborated with Ferreck Dawn. They’ll head back to Europe after a quick weekend in California cumulating with Desert Hearts festival.

Dusky, Desert Hearts Stage, Sunday 9-10 PM

Famous for their long-standing association with Anjunabeats and numerous releases on their home label 17 Steps, Dusky will bring their progressive and deep house sound to Desert Hearts. Influenced by genres like garage and breakbeat, this London house duo has a sound like no other. They’ve released four full-length albums, most recently Pressure in 2022. They’ll bring their talents to the Desert Hearts Stage directly after Catz ‘N Dogz on Sunday night.

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