You may not know the name Callie Reiff right now, but mark my words, she is on the cusp of becoming a major player in dance music. The NYC native is only 16 years old, but what she lacks in age, she more than makes up for with her immense musical ability. Reiff started honing her musical chops at the age of 10, when she taught herself how to play the drums by watching YouTube videos. After a chance conversation with a music producer, Reiff was inspired to learn how to DJ, teaching herself how to DJ on vinyl, and honing her production skills at New York's Dubspot. Now, at the age of 16, Reiff has secured opening slots at Terminal 5 and Webster Hall for the likes of Big Gigantic and Wolfgang Gartner respectively, an impressive feat for any artist, let alone a teenager. Even with a loaded schedule that includes high school, Callie Reiff was able to find the time to put together a 30-minute minimix that showcases her energetic brand of bass house. Moving through hits like Ookay's “Rhythm,” MUST DIE!'s “Neon Tokyo,” and a slew of Callie Reiff IDs, this quick minimix is the perfect precursor to the weekend.