In our EDM world filled with disposable live sets and predictable synth builds, it is refreshing to take some time to listen to those who came before us. This morning, take 75 minutes to indulge in a Boiler Room set from last year by one of the founding fathers of acid house, DJ Pierre. If Pierre would not have spent time fooling around on a Roland 303 bass machine all those years ago, an entire subgenre of house music likely would not exist. In this set, he shows not only his acid house tendencies and historical leanings, but also his knowledge of more contemporary records. He doesn't waste much time getting the crowd riled up -- five minutes into the set the Boiler Room is already more lively than most peak time moments.