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House of Eternal Return Two Year feat Desert Hearts Takeover with Marbs, Porkchop, RYBO + Pleasure Corporation, Spoolius, and Paul Featherrici

Saturday, Mar 17th, 2018
9:00 pm
- 2:00 am

Price: $18.00 - $20.00
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Meow Wolf Santa Fe
1352 Rufina Circle
Santa Fe,NM87507United States
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Ages: 21+
Exhibit Open All Show
Phone: 505-395-6369
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Join us to celebrate two years of getting down in House of Eternal Return! We have a Desert Hearts Takeover in the main room and Mesa Recordings artists in the House! Our favorite crews are at it again plus we have a very special guest Pleasure Corporation show!


Guest Acts

marbs social


The sun fades, the last glitter trails of light hit the shimmering and spinning dusty desert disco ball. A throng of dedicated and debauched hard partying Marbie’s Barbies hurtle their way towards center stage (really…they’re Barbies), educated party-goers make their way to the dance floor, no questions asked, while whispers of “King of Darkness, crazy house and techno, psychedelic vibes” spread through the new night sky. The first melodic notes travel the space, ethereal beauty pouring from the stacked Funktion speakers, waving its way through the crowd. Your eyes close, your body grooves to the sounds and the beats and the thuds of the tech house that is now expertly laid out for all to enjoy. Dark and driving, thumping techno is paired with mystical, beautiful, melodic house. That passionately and expertly paired genre bending style can only mean one thing. Marbs has taken the decks.

Having grown up in Southern California with the now notoriously known motley crew called Desert Hearts, Marbs, an artistic kid, was primarily influenced by legends like Pink Floyd and Tool, while also listening to underground hip hop, reggae, and rock, displaying his no holds barred love for all genres from an early age. Flash forward to San Francisco’s Love Fest, art cars roaming the city, house music spilling from speakers, and Marbs’ musical tastes were forever changed thanks to ruler of the house music game and party guru, Lee Burridge.

After years of djing the San Diego, LA, and Burning Man party circuits, the Desert Hearts crew took it upon themselves to throw their own kind of party. One built on love, acceptance, and strictly, House and Techno, their 2012 one time gathering of 200 people in the Mojave (the coldest one ever, we swear!!) has turned into one of the most talked about and adored boutique festivals in the US. None of which could be possible without Marbs, lovingly coined, “Papa Bear”, he is truly the backbone of the project behind the scenes, where he runs most of the logistics with a steady hand and a humble heart. He’s easily one of the nicest guys on the planet and is the most modest of the crew, which is insane given his endless barrage of talents beyond his musical endeavors.  While Desert Hearts catapults successfully into the scene as a major player through their twice yearly festival, touring internationally throwing parties under the moniker City Hearts, and launching a (free!) record label, Marbs continues to hone his production skills and also blows the art game out of the water, hand drawing all of the label’s artwork and inspiring tattoo artists everywhere.

Marbs’ musical talents and humble dj presence commands any dance floor with his sounds of mystical darkness and whimsical tribal rhythms; the night sky is the limit for this King of Darkness. With a sound like no other, a heart of gold, and a determination matched by few, Marbs is sure to lead this movement of love until the very happy end.

porkchop social


Don’t be mislead by the light-hearted name, Porkchop is a man who takes partying very seriously. David Leon, as he is otherwise known, is the wildcard of Desert Hearts, the San Diego-bred crew of DJs and rabble-rousers tearing up the underground with deep, dark, and weird house and techno.

A San Diego native, Leon was influenced early on by older brother Mikey Lion and dusty jaunts to Lightning in a Bottle and Black Rock City, but over the past two years, his renown as a DJ and chops on the decks have grown to match his larger-than-life personality.

Porky leveled up his game performing in the mystical jungles of Tulum, the dusty expanses of Burning Man, and perhaps most notably, at the bi-annual Desert Hearts weekenders in Southern California. The group’s ascent from a renegade rager to a dance music phenomenon that has been one of the most celebrated stories in dance music over the past couple of years, and Porkchop’s standout sets and take-no-prisoners party attitude have been at the center of the whole whirlwind.

In a sea of black-shirted stoics, Porkchop pours himself into the DJ booth bursting with life and color. His hair and clothing melt into bright gradients and he smiles unpretentiously as he deals out techno obscurities and house crowd-pleasers alike. His sets are a reminder of why we’re all on the dancefloor in the first place––to party. And nobody gets the party started like Porkchop. He’s noted for being one of the most versatile member of the Desert Hearts Crew. His ability for weaving narratives through genres is clear, and he has a knack for dropping tracks that become moments you remember.

With hair in technicolor and his USB filled at all times with dancefloor demolishers, bursting with love and positive vibes, Porkchop has developed into one of the most unpredictable, but dependable DJ’s in the whole scene. He’s earned his way onto stages with the likes of Lee Burridge, Justin Martin, and Tale of Us, played festivals like Symbiosis and Envision in Costa Rica, five-time veteran at Burning Man, playing iconic camps like Robot Heart and Distrikt, and all over North America with the hot-ticket City Hearts tour. This is just the beginning as Porkchop is only rising. All signs point to 2017 being the Year of the Chop as he cements his place in the highest echelon of underground dance music.


If there’s anyone who knows how to throw the dance floor into complete mayhem, it’s Los Angeles-based DJ RYBO. The young, up-and-coming house prodigy has been a staple member of the Desert Hearts family for the past three years, taking part in not only the festival itself, but also a number of one-off parties, showcases, and City Hearts tour stops.

With every performance, his reputation proceeds him as he’s able to bring forth a legendary amount of energy and infectious spirit behind the decks that are primed for late-night debauchery. Just this year alone, he’s traveled and performed at Ocaso Music and Art Festival in Costa Rica, BPM Festival, and most recently during the Gari Safari party during Miami Music Week. The artist has also collaborated on a number of tracks with underground house talents Mikey Lion, Kevin Anderson and Matt Ossentjuk. With more performances and music in sight, expect to see RYBO elevating himself to new heights in the months to come.


Pleasure Corporation

Pleasure is serious business. The Reagan Revolution in 1981 paved the way for the technological orgy that is your contemporary lifestyle; buy anything at any time via non-place commerce… summon “friends” to adore you, and “lovers” to freak with you all night at the discotheque and beyond. Pleasure Corporation has always stood for one thing… your satisfaction! Chief Executives have come and gone within our organization, but one thing remains: our commitment to stylishly sensual timeless neon future shock, streaming in an endless technicolor barf, out of multivibrant reality+ automata, simultaneously all over the planet. This special team-building Corporate Culture retreat will focus on “fun” and “ecstatic” music.

spools social


Spoolius is a synthesis of two minds that enjoys wandering off in the desert, dancing ferociously, pushing buttons, playing in the mountains, savoring the sun rise, kick drums & blueberry basslines, making friends & telling jokes, burritos, tight pants, no pants, Sports, sharing, techno music, fires, talking about everything & nothing, exploring & expanding, not techno music, other people who like dancing ferociously, and freaks.

feath social


It’s hard to contain a smile or keep still while experiencing Feathericci: DJ-ing, playing drums, dropping original songs. Co-founder of post-rock band D Numbers and electronic music label Mesa Recordings, Feathericci lives in the hills of New Mexico and draws from the desert’s sparsity of psychic claustrophobia to hone his own style of production, drumming and live electronic sets. He’s played all over the world, from Serbia to New York City, weaving house and techno into his own undeniably danceable beats. Much like his name, Feathericci brings distinctive creativity, unexpected flourishes and unparalleled, infectious energy to the dance floor. Friends call him DJ Shamanface. Find out why.