The Glass House is a small intimate spot and tonight only housed roughly 60 people, creating a feeling more personal than some backyard parties. Bostich and Fussible of Nortec Collective crossed the border for a few select shows, this being one, in support of their newly released album Tijuana Sound Machine.

The sparse crowd was scattered about the dimly lit room as Bostich and Fussible took the stage. They hammered through tracks off of the acclaimed Tijuana Sessions albums, as well as some new TSM tracks accompanied by a live horn section and accordionist – an odd arrangement for most DJ/producers, but completely fitting considering their Norteño sound.

The duo appropriately closed with one of their most famous track to date, “Polaris.” Its rolling rim shots and thundering bass left the crowd chanting for more.