Deep House Vibes for a Deep Flow State// Community and Connection

In 2013, Everett decided to join his college connect Mikey Lion for the second Desert Hearts. He didn’t know it at the time, but his first experience with house music and transformational festivals would forge a new life—one as a believer in intentional communities, and the other, as a DJ.

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Now a resident DJ at Seattle’s Timbre Room, MIND at LARGE collective and The Collective clubhouse, Everett DJs the Seattle scene including nights at Q Nightclub, Monkey Loft, Substation and Kremwerk.



His sound—full of hulkish beats and introspective interludes—which he describes as “Desert House” is an homage to the DJ’s, the culture, the style and the sound of the Southern California scene that gave birth to his love for house music.

At the Flow State Summit Everett plans to present a one-hour deep house and tech house set that'll channel the spirit of Flow State and its unique venue into a dance floor catalyst. 

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Everett is stoked on the chance to build unique relationships with others invested in the sharing their passions with a community at the Flow State Summit.

 "It's hard to pass up a chance to swim, listen to music and get in the flow with local friends and family who bring unique talents together."
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"I just want to shaman the most epic parties." — Everett Leftside



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