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[BIRDFEED EXCLUSIVE] This week's new one comes from LA's own, Pinky! -How long have you been creating music?I've been producing dance music for 6 years -What do you use to make your tracks?Ableton Live -How and when did you first discover Dirtybird?I discovered Dirtybird in 2014 with the release of the Dirtybird BBQ compilation- Shiba San’s ‘Okay’ is still the jam -Which Dirtybird artist would you want to collaborate with the most?Claude, Omnom, Shiba San - They’re all so unique and groovy -If your entire life was a movie, what title would best describe you?Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind -What’s the best concert you’ve ever been to?CRSSD palms stage, twice a year, every year -If you could time travel, where and when would you go?I’d time travel to whenever this lockdown ends, I’m going straight back to the club -What species of bird best describes you and why?Flamingo- I’m a big pink goofball -What does Dirtybird mean to you?A place for the funkiest birds to get down 🤘🏿
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[BIRDFEED EXCLUSIVE] MKJAY & Confesser come together for "Work It"! -How long have you been creating music? MKJAY - I made my first song in 2013. Confesser - I´ve been creating music since 2013! 7 Years :) -What do you use to make your tracks?MKJAY - I just use my laptop and Headphones; I produce in FL Studio 11 and my fav Vsts are Massive, Serum, Diva and SubBoomBass. Confesser - A lot of 303, 808 and 909! Roland plugins, and a lot of creativity! -How and when did you first discover Dirtybird?MKJAY - I discovered Dirtybird when Sonny Fodera released his first song on Dirtybird, i forgot the track name but it's dope haha. Confesser - I´ve known Dirtybird for a really long time, but the first time that it really caught my attention was when I listened to Okay by Shiba San! Then I started searching about the label, and fell in love with it! -Which Dirtybird artist would you want to collaborate with the most?MKJAY - I'd love to collab with Walker & Royce. Confesser - Right now, my brother Cour T! He's been smashing it lately, but there are a lot of great artists at the label that I would love to collab! -If your entire life was a movie, what title would best describe you?MKJAY - Hard question...maybe "Hungry For The Beat". Confesser - Instinct! -What’s the best concert you’ve ever been to?MKJAY - Sonny Fodera in Federal Music 2015, Brazil. Confesser - Anna at 5uinto, here in Brasília! -If you could time travel, where and when would you go?MKJAY - I'd go to London, NOW haha maybe Los Angeles. Confesser - Random! I like surprises hahahah -What species of bird best describes you and why? MKJAY - Mocking Jay, it's a bird's specie from "The Hunger Games". Confesser - Owls! Because they hear very well -What does Dirtybird mean to you? MKJAY - Dirtybird = Creativity Confesser - For me, Dirtybird is the place where I can express myself without any limits! I feel like at the moments when I'm more comfortable and open-minded at the creative process, it´s when it sounds more Dirtybird!
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Rebūke seemingly came out of nowhere a little over a year ago, when we put out one of his first records, “Jump Ship”. It also included ’The Pipe’ on the B-side, which went on to be one of our biggest selling tracks of the year - even persuading Sven Vath’s young son, Tiga, to dance on stage to it in a now infamous video. He’s now back on Dirtybird with another fierce EP, “Dial Tone”. His unique blend of techno percussion, 90’s era synth influences, and thundering bass feature prominently on both the title track and the flip side, “Koto”.
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[BIRDFEED EXCLUSIVE] This week's track comes from Florida's Togethrs! -How long have you been creating music?Started learning in 2013 and started writing tracks in 2015. -What do you use to make your tracks? Abelton is my daw and I have a lot of hardware. Ensoniq SQ80, korg M1, Roland Alpha Juno 2, Roland tr8, all the electribes, dx7, Poly 800, tb03, sh01a, moog Minitaur, moog mother 32, Casio rz1, Quasimidi rave o lution, Rhodes, amongst others. -How and when did you first discover Dirtybird? In Miami at treehouse, space, and some other clubs in 2013. -Which Dirtybird artist would you want to collaborate with the most? Big don Claude, Justin Martin -If your entire life was a movie, what title would best describe you? Big Lounge -What’s the best concert you’ve ever been to? Dauwd, Homework, Martinez brothers -24hr -If you could time travel, where and when would you go? Probs vibe pretty hard in the 70’s but I’d have to say music-wise and lifestyle, Miami/La/Spain on some beach or rooftop in 2002 vibin’ to some soulful/classic house. -What species of bird best describes you and why? Probably a pelican because I’m from Florida and their big chill, always loungin’ with their pack, in the water or in the sun. -What does Dirtybird mean to you? Big bass lines and a good n time in a club or party/festival with friends has always been my experience. In regards to the label in the music community I think Dirtybird has an important place these days. It does very well to welcome people into house and techno by mostly tech house. These may be people from the edm space or others and when they hear Dirtybird and the infectious leads, funky fx and rolling basslines, they can’t help but want more and go deeper into house and techno. Dirtybird is a household name and staple on the techno n tech house community and living in Miami, it’s hard to go to a club or party and not hear a Dirtybird track.
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Spain’s Alberto Segador first appeared on our radar back in 2019 with his Birdfeed Exclusive track, ‘Helena’. He’s been Dj’ing since he was 13 and has been making a career out of it the past 8 years. He sent in “This Is House” which blew up on our Sunday livestream, getting a huge and well-deserved fan reaction. For the B-side, “Tropical Parrot” has a more minimal direction with shuffling beats and sparse synth sounds throughout.
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[BIRDFEED EXCLUSIVE] This week's new one comes from LA's Guest! -How long have you been creating music? About 17 years, hardcore bands in high school, acoustic singer-songwriter stuff forever, & electronic stuff always thereafter -What do you use to make your tracks? Ableton, yamaha s90es, & a microkorg -How and when did you first discover Dirtybird? I wrote for a blog back in 2013 and covered WMC in Miami, got access to the Rumpus Roof party at the Clevelander and saw Ardalan & Mark Starr. That was my first real intro to west coast g house, followed Ardalan ever since. -Which Dirtybird artist would you want to collaborate with the most? Matthias Tanzman or Marc Houle for sure -If your entire life was a movie, what title would best describe you? The Iron Giant -What’s the best concert you’ve ever been to? Against Me! in some friend of a friend's living room in Gainesville -If you could time travel, where and when would you go? Time is a construct but I'm not down with causing a possible ripple in the space-time fabric. There's no place like now. -What species of bird best describes you and why? Crow, all black and a bunch of them is a murder, pretty brutal. -What does Dirtybird mean to you? THE sound of the west coast. interesting that a record label could establish it's own distinct 'in person' culture, even within an already niche electronic music arena
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Claude VonStroke & Marc Houle have known each other for over 25 years; Claude growing up in Detroit and Marc just across the river in Windsor. Trading software and sample CDs with each other, music was the foundation of their friendship. While they never really made music together until now, both went on individual journeys and each has achieved the highest level of success in their genre. "Fly Guy" is the new collaboration between old friends. Marc sent over an old file that Claude loved, but they both realized it needed to be updated to 2020. The track references back to an older, funkier techno vibe they both love, while updating the production and adding a couple of winks in the process. It's the ideal combination of Marc’s stripped-down, propelling techno brain and the production funk of Claude. Clearly, you can hear the influence of their early days in the midwest reflected throughout. To complement the collaboration and to lend further support of longtime friendship, Claude also a remix of Marc’s “Arizona” from his 2020 artist album, “No One Knows”, that originally came out on his home label Item & Things for a b-side banger. 
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[BIRDFEED EXCLUSIVE] You might have caught Dipzy debut on Dirtybird with our last release of 2019, and he's now back with an exclusive track for the 'Feed! -How long have you been creating music?I've been writing music since the age of 14, beginning with Rock/Metal/Post-Hardcore genre's, since then there has been a lot of genre exploration. -What do you use to make your tracks? Ableton Live, since 2008; I live by it. -How and when did you first discover Dirtybird?I first discovered Dirtybird in 2018, I was at Club Space and remember the distinct sound of OMNOM'S "Fo Free" Coming through the sound system, the vibe of the track immediately stuck with me, I was only really jamming Deep/Future House up until that point. I was converted instantly. -Which Dirtybird artist would you want to collaborate with the most?Hardest question by far, Steve Darko really would be a treat. -If your entire life was a movie, what title would best describe you?Dazed and Confused -What’s the best concert you’ve ever been to? Live Performance: The Acacia Strain/Warped Tour 2017, DJ Set: Claude Vonstroke/Club Space -If you could time travel, where and when would you go?Woodstock 1969, front row watching Santana performing, losing his shit on Acid. -What species of bird best describes you and why?I believe I most identify with the Cardinal, just look at those brows! -What does Dirtybird mean to you?Dirtybird will always feel like home to me, a forward-thinking artistic collective, there is no set "sound" for the label, there is only genuine expression. , so honored to be a part of the Family.
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Consistently repping the bass and underground contingent of Dirtybird, Sage Armstrong has been a staple at Dirtybird events for years. Full of character and style, we always welcome Sage and his unique brand of house. We can’t believe that it’s been nearly four years since his last release on Dirtybird. In true Sage fashion, breaky subs with his own tripped out vocals and a hint of acid drive the funk-filled single, “Fukitup”.
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[BIRDFEED EXCLUSIVE] "Call Me Crazy" from the UK's Dalfie is this week's exclusive! How long have you been creating music? I started Dalfie about 6 years ago. I was messing about before then but decided to give it one last big push and started the Dalfie project and here we are! -What do you use to make your tracks. Abelton, Machine and my bad boy Engineer Robert Etherson. -How and when did you first discover Dirtybird? Justin Martin! His sound was so different and unique sounding it completely blew me away! I’ve been a fan of Dirtybird ever since. -Which Dirtybird artist would you want to collaborate with the most? Justin Martin. -If your entire life was a movie, what title would best describe you? Turbocharged -What’s the best concert you’ve ever been to? The shaman and Utah Saints when I was 10 years old. My dad had some tickets for the concert but was supposed to be babysitting me. He decided it was too good to miss so he took me with him. It was 16's  and over to get into the venue but he managed to convince the security team that I had a medical condition that stopped me growing so that’s why I look so young 😊 That’s the night I became obsessed with the acid house scene. -If you could time travel, where and when would you go? I would go back to the second summer of love when the acid house scene first started. My dad still tells me all the story’s and it sound fucking amazing!     -What species of bird best describes you and why? Definitely a Parrot. I am loud, colourful and you know when in a room. -What does Dirtybird mean to you? Family and friends pushing musical boundaries.
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With a large presence and magnetism that lights up any room, Gene Farris has long been one of our favorite people. He has the enthusiasm and energy of an eager young artist, but one glance at his 20+ year discography and globe-trotting DJ itinerary, you'll quickly see what a storied career he’s had. We’ve brought Gene out to play our Dirtybird BBQs and Campouts and he’s appeared on the label several times over the years on compilations and collabs, so as someone that stands out from the crowd as much as Gene, “Space Girl” is the perfect representation of those qualities—huge, full of energy and will light up any room.
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[BIRDFEED EXCLUSIVE] Barcelona's Fer BR gives us two new tracks for the 'Feed! Keep an eye out for his official Dirtybird EP later in the year! -How long have you been creating music? I've released my first track in June 2007 , and started producing a year before that ... so almost 14 Years in this amazing journey. -What do you use to make your tracks? I work most of the time "in the box" , I use ableton live since the very early days , and my favourite plugins are Arturia Mini V for basslines and Sylenth for synths and weird shit... -How and when did you first discover Dirtybird? I've heard about Dirtybird with "Who is fraid of Detroit" by the boss Claude Vonstroke . It was a big hit at that time , I use to listen more hard styles as that pumping techno was on fire in the place i grew up . But probably that track and others with that minimal feel pushed me a few years back to explore the sound is my trademark of today. -Which Dirtybird artist would you want to collaborate with the most? Of course Vonstroke I'm also in love with Lubelski , Catz n' Dogz and also Steve Darko Productions . All of them love weird synths , details and fat basslines ... so can be a good mix. -If your entire life was a movie, what title would best describe you? "The Pursuit of Happiness". If you have a goal in life, don't stop working until you achieve it and never let anyone tell you that you can't do it. -What’s the best concert you’ve ever been to? Hansz Zimmer Live and Metallica were amazing last year in Barcelona. -If you could time travel, where and when would you go? Probably a few months back to trying to alert the world that something was coming upon us... Surely they would put me on a psychiatric ... -What species of bird best describes you and why?Woodpecker -What does Dirtybird mean to you? Dirtybird is freedom .. they don't follow trends. It has funk, fat basslines, and weird synths that blow your mind.
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After initially debuting on our Dirtybird BBQ comp a couple years ago with the fan-favorite, “Sausages”, the super-talented DJ E-Clyps returns to the label with his EP, “Blackbird”, featuring “Scooty Woop” and “Coffee Break”. With a long history of music-making across all genres, including a stint as an in-house beatmaker for one of hip hop’s iconic mega-producers, several tours as Gucci Mane’s live DJ, and a long list of dance music hits on the biggest labels around, it was only a matter of time before we’d see his versatility on display at Dirtybird.Also a special full vocal version of Scooty Woop available exclusively to our Birdfeed!
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[BIRDFEED EXCLUSIVE] A timely track from the mysterious Mr. Zim. Who's Plampin? -How long have you been creating music? Since last Friday. -What do you use to make your tracks? I use the Plamp A.I. hit track generator -How and when did you first discover Dirtybird? My friend Alexander De Bourbon De Orleans told me to send this to you a couple of days ago -Which Dirtybird artist would you want to collaborate with the most? Deon Sanders, Primetime -If your entire life was a movie, what title would best describe you? Cartoons are really cool -What’s the best concert you’ve ever been to? Flock of Seagulls -If you could time travel, where and when would you go? I would go to the original Plamp Stream and burn it to the ground. Plamp is taking over my life. -What species of bird best describes you and why? The Long-Tailed Bush Tit -What does Dirtybird mean to you? The Nickname for the Atlanta Falcons Defense in the 1990s
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[BIRDFEED EXCLUSIVE] This week's exclusive comes from Tampa, Florida's VictorXcornejo! -How long have you been creating music? About 5 years now, But I started DJing 8 years ago -What do you use to make your tracks? Fl Studio -How and when did you first discover Dirtybird? I always been playing house tunes but I discovered almost 3 years ago, When my buddy asked me to perform an event where I meet this cool guy Called Danny Kolk.  He started talking to me about the label and it's unique sounds. -Which Dirtybird artist would you want to collaborate with the most? I love all of them, But definitely I would love to collaborate with Walker & Royce. -If your entire life was a movie, what title would best describe you? The Pursuit of Happyness -What’s the best concert you’ve ever been to? Sunset music festival -If you could time travel, where and when would you go? Definitely to the 90’s when the underground house/ techno parties were so popular -What species of bird best describes you and why? Yucatán Jay (Mexican bird) because he’s adaptable to any circumstances -What does Dirtybird mean to you? A unique sound, an art. A culture, a lifestyle, and the most experimental sounds.
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[BIRDFEED EXCLUSIVE] This week's track comes from Minneapolis' Contribe! -How long have you been creating music?I started playing bass in a punk rock band around 10 years ago, we recorded a few songs in a studio. After a long hiatus, I decided to start writing music again, only this time it was house music. -What do you use to make your tracks?My DAW of preference is Ableton, it really helps my style of producing as well as allows me to easily make very unique songs. Outside of the box, I use a Minilogue XD, ever since I first used an analog synth I was hooked, nothing feels better than turning knobs on that thing.   -How and when did you first discover Dirtybird? I saw Claude for the first time at Bonnaroo 2016. Immediately I was hooked, looked up some Dirtybird artists and realized I had already been listening to some of them. -Which Dirtybird artist would you want to collaborate with the most? There's so many to name! I would say Walker & Royce because all of their songs leave me wondering how the hell they came up with all of their sounds! -If your entire life was a movie, what title would best describe you? Limitless; but if the magic pills were replaced by coffee. As a good Colombian, I need my daily coffee. -What’s the best concert you’ve ever been to? My first Dirtybird Campout in 2019. Slept in an RV for the first time, made many new friends, and listened to amazing music non-stop for an entire weekend. The highlight of the festival for me was watching Bruno Furlan and DJ Glen absolutely kill their set a couple of hours after I was talking with DJ Glen in the crowd. -If you could time travel, where and when would you go? I would definitely travel some centuries to the future and see how Colombia is doing. -What species of bird best describes you and why? A penguin! They live in cold weather; I live in Minneapolis. More importantly, they can't fly and fall a lot but they keep ongoing. -What does Dirtybird mean to you? At first, Dirtybird was a platform for me to get a lot of amazing music. After following some of the artists for years and going to my first campout, it really became a huge inspiration for me to continue my music-making journey, and having a song come out on this label is a huge dream come true!
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[BIRDFEED EXCLUSIVE] we welcome San Diego's 35mm to the 'Feed with his track "Lil Strang"! -How long have you been creating music? I've been producing for about 10 years, but only began making tech house as 35mm 2 years ago. -What do you use to make your tracks? Ableton has been my DAW of choice for a while. My go-to soft synths are Serum, Operator, Omnisphere, Sylenth, and Avenger. They all shine in their own way depending on the situation. I have a habit of hoarding plug-ins for mixing, so recently I've been keeping things simple by limiting my choices to stock, Fab Filter, and Native Instruments plugins. -How and when did you first discover Dirtybird? String Thing and Mr. Spock absolutely blew my mind and sent me deep diving into the catalog a while ago. -Which Dirtybird artist would you want to collaborate with the most? Will Clarke is on the top of my list. His approach to sound design has always been insanely impressive to me. His drums punch so hard that it feels borderline offensive. -If your entire life was a movie, what title would best describe you? Don't Say a Word. I grew up incredibly shy. Honestly still a little shy -_- -What’s the best concert you’ve ever been to? I saw Death From Above 1979 when I was way too young to be there. Everyone in the crowd knew every word to every song, and the energy was at 11 the entire night. I could never forget it. -If you could time travel, where and when would you go? One of the Ed Banger parties in Paris circa 2007. I really got into dance music after hearing those early releases from the label, and I always wished I could experience the energy inside those clubs at the time. -What species of bird best describes you and why? Definitely a Hummingbird because I tend to work a mile a minute. I’m always hopping between ideas. -What does Dirtybird mean to you? Bouncy bass and a good time.
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[BIRDFEED EXCLUSIVE] Case of the Mondays are back on the 'Feed for the third time, and this one's funky! -Favorite Dirtybird track? Function VIP by Justin Martin & Party Ardy has been our JAM since the beginning of time. It really resonates with us deep in our souls because no matter where we are in the world you can always find us “At the Club, Shakin’ our Ass!”  -Favorite food? Chicken Wings are by far our favorite food. They are always perfect, easy to eat, and can absorb any flavor they touch. Disclaimer: if you are one of those people that likes breaded chicken wings… don’t bother talking to us.  -Best DJ gig experience? We played an 800-person pool party in Nicaragua called Sunday Funday at the Naked Tiger. Being surrounded by that many half-naked people froth’n for our music while the sun was setting behind us was truly something magical. Not to mention we had two blender bartenders working overtime to make sure we were sipping the freshest Pina Coladas and a lovely woman who kept bringing us chicken wings. The only downside to this whole experience is that the power sources surge A LOT in Central America which means you constantly get electrocuted when you touch the DJ equipment. Somehow the electric shock gives you a type of high that’s painful and exciting at the same time. The locals say it’s an acquired taste.  -Who's your #1 fan? Wongo is hands down our #1 Fan! No matter what, that guy always takes his shirt off and rushes whatever stage we’re playing to hug us with his sweet sexy body. We must admit, we do kind of like it ;)
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Justin Jay is one of the artists we plucked out of our general demo submissions back in 2011, and at the time he wasn’t even old enough to get into the club. Now he performs in one every weekend, and he’s been an official Dirtybird Player ever since.An outstanding talent, we always love a good Justin Jay track since it can be tech, deep, quirky, disco, or in the case of “Cash Money”, an attention-grabber. Funky bass, catchy vocal, a satisfying build up and even some loose change.As a bonus, Justin stripped back his own track for the “Techno Dub”, adding subtle percussive layers over a simpler and effective beat.
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After several appearances on Dirtybird compilations, including collaborations with Dirtybird Player Sacha Robotti and house music legend Roland Clark, France’s Sirus Hood returns with his own EP, “Third Eye”. Leading off with “Warning”, which starts out innocently enough, before letting you know that ‘this is a warning’, and hitting you with an annihilating arpeggiated bassline. Take cover. Rounding out the EP, “Attention”, an accurate description of its reflective rhythms and building layers of sound that forces you to take notice.
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[BIRDFEED EXCLUSIVE] Lucati returns to the 'Feed with "Shiva", and if you're in LA this weekend and lucky enough to get a ticket to the sold out event, you can catch him opening up at our BBQ! -How long have you been creating music? I've been making music for 8 years. There's a certain moment when everything clicks, like your confidence in your music, your mixing and mastering. That happened in 2017. -What do you use to make your tracks? I lean Ableton, and only use arrangement view. Some of my go-to plug-ins are Massive, Serum, and the Waves Suite. I love sampling old records for kicks, vocals and basslines, helps me get the idea off the ground. -How and when did you first discover Dirtybird? I discovered Dirtybird when Mr. Spock by Justin Martin & Ardalan made waves. I ran a blog at the time and remember writing a full page review full of kudos and compliments on how brilliant that House track is. Hooked ever since. -Which Dirtybird artist would you want to collaborate with the most? CVS would be legendary. Justin Martin would be emotional and beautiful. Bruno Furlan would be groovy as funk. -If your entire life was a movie, what title would best describe you? YOLO: A tale of Reincarnation -What’s the best concert you’ve ever been to? Dirtybird Campout 2016 left a serious mark. It was raw, dirty, and non-stop. The Martin Brothers Drum & Bass set felt like I was in movie. Can't wait to attend East Coast Campout 2018 (my brother Dateless is playing!). -If you could time travel, where and when would you go? If I could time travel, I'd travel back to Ryan Seacrest's office in 2007 and slap the shit out of him for even thinking about creating Keeping Up With The Kardashians. Hopefully that would persuade him to change plans and never air that drool. -What species of bird best describes you and why? The Duck probably fits best. I love the water, I love eating bread, and I've been with my girl for many mating seasons. -What does Dirtybird mean to you? Dirtybird is the Research & Development center of House music. To be apart of such a forward thinking label and community means everything to me. They have the greatest fans in the world, with the purest motives. It's all about the music. As it should be.
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Recorded during his headline set at Movement Detroit, Claude VonStroke’s “Live From Detroit” is the first­ ever live mix album released by Dirtybird Records, the label VonStroke founded in San Francisco in 2005. VonStroke has always loved mix compilations, coming of age listening to the likes of Andrew Weatherall for Fabric and Claude Young’s DJ Kicks. The chance to put out a live recording from his hometown of Detroit, in collaboration with one of the world’s largest and respected electronic music festivals, proved irresistible. VonStroke spent four months A&Ring the mix, pre­clearing nearly 150 tracks in the weeks leading up to the album, giving him the chance to DJ at Movement with a huge variety of music. He sourced exclusive VIP edits from the Dirtybird family, as well as a brand new remix of Claude’s timeless “Who’s Afraid of Detroit?” . The album came to embody the Dirtybird A&R ethic, featuring seven never ­before­ heard tracks that VonStroke discovered and signed just for this release. So while the album includes nods to the label’s past, it also includes new artists, and an original VonStroke track called “Maharaja”.“I’ve played Movement more than 10 times, and every time it’s one of the most nerve­ racking shows of the year,” says VonStroke. “I always want to bring the hottest possible set for Detroit, it’s where it all started, and my parents always come watch. My set is very much an old­ school style DJ set, all music no­ one’s heard before, special versions, secret edits, all the stuff I’ve been saving just for this performance. It seems crazy to release a mix album in today’s world, but the amount of incredible original music I have collected from both known and unknown producers will make this something people can get really excited about.”For this special Birdfeed release, we present all of the brand new exclusive Dirtybird tracks Claude signed just for the mix!
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[BIRDFEED EXCLUSIVE] This week's new one is "Fleek", from Chicago's Torrfisk! How long have you been creating music?- For about 24 years now. What do you use to make your tracks?- Studio one 3.5, Elektron Octatrack, Tr-8s, Korg monologue, Abstrakt Avalon Bassline, Arturia Mini and Micro brute, Juno 106, SP-12, a squeaky toy, and jar with some sticks. How and when did you first discover Dirtybird?- When I heard my friend drop Shadow Child's "String Thing". Been following ever since. Which Dirtybird artist would you want to collaborate with the most?- Will Clarke or Sage Armstrong. If your entire life was a movie, what title would best describe you?- Rudy. Not because it’s about a guy who really worked hard and had a lot of heart in order to achieve his goals, but because I often dream about sacking Vince Vaughn. What’s the best concert you’ve ever been to?- When I was a kid, I had a choice of going to the Dr. Dre 'Up in Smoke Tour', or The new Kids on the Block show…. Guess which one I chose? Let’s just say I was hanging tough. If you could time travel, where and when would you go? - About 25 years into the future. I want to see what kind of toys they have there for making music. What species of bird best describes you and why?- A Noisy Miner. I am vocal species with a large range of songs, and I form coalitions for specific activities such as mobbing predators. Plus, that is a badass name for a bird. What does Dirtybird mean to you?- A place to push the boundaries of creating music. A place where one can recreate themselves, or set a precedent for music to come.
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[BIRDFEED EXCLUSIVE] Out of San Francisco, Late Eighties' newest release "Abba Zabba" is on this week's feed! How long have you been creating music? In some shape or form for about 16 years, my dad got me a drum set when I was 12 and I've been making noise ever since. What do you use to make your tracks? Mainly Pro Tools, sometimes Ableton for triggering loops and arranging edits but I spend 95% of my time in Pro Tools. I'm using Native Instruments, Battery and Massive mostly, and a lot of Waves plugins. For drum samples I've managed to frankenstein together a pretty big library to pull from but one of these days I should probably use Splice, I've been hearing a lot of good things. How and when did you first discover Dirtybird? A friend out of LA turned me on to Dirtybird sometime between 2013 and 2014 when I was just starting to get my feet wet as a DJ. I started going to the quarterly events at the Mezzanine sometime that year. The Treasure Island BBQ in 2014 was when I really got hooked, the weather was perfect and I danced my ass off. Which Dirtybird artist would you want to collaborate with the most?In the studio, Ardalan -- his productions have so many unique elements and his mixes are clear and dynamic. On the decks, J.Phlip -- I've learned a lot from listening to her play, she is always pushing boundaries. If your entire life was a movie, what title would best describe you?Freak, Pray, Love What’s the best concert you’ve ever been to?Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers at Madison Square Garden -- Stevie Nicks made a guest appearance as well. They tore the place down, it was incredible. If you could time travel, where and when would you go?I'd be a recording engineer working in Los Angeles recording studios from the early 1960's into the 1970's -- there were tons of opportunities to contribute to classic recordings and witness legendary talent. What species of bird best describes you and why? Cockatoo - I can dance and I do pretty good impressions What does Dirtybird mean to you?Dirtybird has been a total undercurrent of my life since I first started going to the parties. The records coming out on the label and the records they were playing opened the floodgates for me in terms of house music...it was like the blue pill. Their ethos of fun and inclusivity gave me a feeling freedom without judgement --you can sound how you want to sound and dance however you want to dance and meet a bunch of freaks in the process. Freedom, fun, and family -- that's Dirtybird to me.
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[BIRDFEED EXCLUSIVE] Steady Rock returns to the 'Feed with "Big Guuurlz"! How long have you been creating music?  4 Years making music. Been djing for 9 Years. What do you use to make your tracks? I use Massive, Sylenth & and my voice! How and when did you first discover Dirtybird? First track was Justin Martin & Ardalan - Lezgo. I heard it on a mix A-trak did. I was hooked! Which Dirtybird artist would you want to collaborate with the most? Ardalan fosho. His tracks are so creative and have so much bounce to them. His tracks are my favorite. If your entire life was a movie, what title would best describe you?  HEAT What’s the best concert you’ve ever been to? NYSYNC, No Strings Attached Tour If you could time travel, where and when would you go? I would go to New York in 1969 and see Santana play Soul Sacrifice at Woodstock. What species of bird best describes you and why? A peacock because LETS PARTY -What does Dirtybird mean to you? - Everything. I was about to quit music before dirtybird campout 2016. I was so inspired after it that i kept making music. Dirtybird campout 2017 Claude opened his set up with my song. Thank you Dirtybird.
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[BIRDFEED EXCLUSIVE]  Two Tails sent in this bootleg of "The Beat" and we thought this would be perfect for the 'Feed! Enjoy! How long have you been creating music?James: I have been making music for 8 years under different aliases, messing with a lot of different styles.Ashley: I’ve been writing music since I was in elementary school. Like lyrics in crayon sort of thing. What do you use to make your tracks?James: We use FL Studio, with various plugins, and we have a Rode NT1A microphone for vocal recording. Ashley: My voice. How and when did you first discover Dirtybird?James: When I first moved to Florida in 2017. Ashley had a big flag in the studio room with an egg on it. I did some research and realized I knew a lot of the artists signed to DB, but never really knew much about the label itself.Ashley: On my first Holy Ship sailing. Everyone was nuts over Claude & the birds. That really opened up my ears to the house world! Which Dirtybird artist would you want to collaborate with the most?James: Claude because you know....its Claude, but Walker & Royce would be a fun duo to work with. I really love their unique style, and sound they have. We are also starting something with the Doctor Danny KolkAshley: J. Mart- He really flexed his melodic skills with Hello Clouds. I’d love to do some vocals for him. If your entire life was a movie, what title would best describe you?James: Twister; because of my love for weather. Plus my life has been similar to that of a tornado.Ashley: Puss in Boots What’s the best concert you’ve ever been to?James: When I was 17 I saw The Gorillaz 'Demon Days' tour in Chicago and to this day it was the best concert I’ve ever experienced. A runner up or tie would be Porter Robinson's Worlds live show.Ashley: It’s hard to top seeing Nero live for the first time! Alana is a goddess. If you could time travel, where and when would you go?James: Maybe back to the 90s to get a feel of how the rave scene was, you always hear stories, but being able to actually experience those days would be amazing.Ashley: Wouldn’t mind checking out some Dino’s. What species of bird best describes you and why?James: A Kakapo, they are really cool birds and they are nocturnal like me.Ashley: I’ve been compared to a Mockingbird because I’m constantly singing noises or basically any song I’ve ever heard. On shuffle. All day. What does Dirtybird mean to you?James: A community that has been built into something I have never experienced before from a record label. Campout East was my first official Dirty Bird event, and just everything about it was perfect. We can't wait for what the future holds for us with the DB family.Ashley: Dirtybird = The freedom to be yourself & connect with the weirdest people with the best taste in music. (;
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[BIRDFEED EXCLUSIVE] "Don't Stop" is this week's Exclusive from New York's "Westend"!-How long have you been creating music? 7 Years. Robert Moog, who created the first commercial modular synthesizer, went to my high school (shoutout Bronx Science). His daughter donated a digital music lab which consisted of around 30 iMacs each equipped with Reason 5 and a MIDI keyboard. Took a class on music production and the rest is history! -What do you use to make your tracks?Started off on Reason and switched over to Ableton 3 years ago. -How and when did you first discover Dirtybird?The first Dirtybird artists I saw was in 2011 when Claude Von Stroke closed out Mad Decent Block Party. I had no idea who he was and assumed he was some pompous Dutch techno DJ but I am pretty sure I lost my mind during that set.“Make That Booty Clap” by Kill Frenzy was the first track on Dirtybird that I can remember. Sheeesh what a heater! It needs to be rereleased with a new roster of remixers. -Which Dirtybird artist would you want to collaborate with the most?Walker & Royce, Fisher, Justin Martin. No particular order. -If your entire life was a movie, what title would best describe you?Law Abiding Citizen -What’s the best concert you’ve ever been to?The most important one was Electric Zoo in 2011. I had never been to a festival before and 3 days of the biggest names in dance music had me hooked. -If you could time travel, where and when would you go?Easy. I would go the frontier during the wild west and be a cowboy. -What species of bird best describes you and why?Pigeon (I’m from NYC) -What does Dirtybird mean to you?Right now, Dirtybird is the most important dance label in the US and it’s sound has taken over the global house and techno scene. It's easy to see why with one of a kind events, a growing group of dedicated fans, and incredible music that consistently tops charts and sets new trends. Because of all of this, it is extremely humbling to be able release a track with Dirtybird right now and I could not be happier for the opportunity!
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[BIRDFEED EXCLUSIVE] We have a special treat this week for the 'Feed....Josh Brown remixes a Dirtybird classic, Billy Kenny & Abby Jane's "I Operate". 
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[BIRDFEED EXCLUSIVE] This week's Birdfeed track comes from UK's GAWP! -How long have you been creating music? Over ten years, ever since i was a little girl.. .but I’ve been producing on a serious level the last 5 years. -What do you use to make your tracks?I use Logic X as my main work station, Moog Voyager, Prophet 6, SSL Desk, UAD Plugs and a Triangle when i want some extra ting. -How and when did you first discover Dirtybird?The first Dirtybird track i ever heard was Claude VonStroke's “Deep Throat”, I heard it in a mix for a radio show, then later heard Claude in a interview about Dirtybird's whole ethos, i was instantly wanting to know more about this exciting new brand. -Which Dirtybird artist would you want to collaborate with the most?It would probably have to be Justin Martin as I’ve never heard anyone make such laidback melodic music with a set of huge balls…The mans a musical wizard! Also I reckon I could get some pizza when he’s not looking. -If your entire life was a movie, what title would best describe you?Clockwork Orange Groundhog day, Groundhog day, Groundhog day, Groundhog day… -What’s the best concert you’ve ever been to?The Prodigy, If you have never seen them live i suggest you do… its the most insane experience / concert I’ve ever been to... Twice. -If you could time travel, where and when would you go?I would go back to the 90's to my home town, to stop my mum badly cutting my fringe so short. -What species of bird best describes you and why?Ostrich - The world's largest flightless bird, with three stomachs. Similar to me sitting in the studio eating far too much and flapping for no reason. -What does Dirtybird mean to you?Music has always been first and foremost in my life and Dirtybird came along when I was influentially lost as an artist--it was the inspiration which guided me to make the sounds i create today… and what a humble pleasure releasing tracks on my favourite label. I'm not sure what i would do without the music, events, artists, fans, socks and snapbacks…it brings people together and this is why theres such a great community. Keep feeding the Birds!
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This week's Birdfeed exclusive comes from Miami's E.R.N.E.S.T.O.! -How long have you been creating music?I've been DJing for as long as I can remember. I was lucky to be brought up in a family that enjoyed electronic music, so there were Sven Väth and Daft Punk CDs around the house. I got serious about producing five years ago, when playing other peoples tracks just wasn't enough anymore. -What do you use to make your tracks?I use Ableton, Bass Station II, a couple of drum machines and a cheap Shure mic that I use to record most of my vocals. -How and when did you first discover Dirtybird?I heard String Thing by Shadow Child, and it really caught me by surprise, it was the kind of music I didn't even know I needed. From then on it was all Dirtybird all the time. -Which Dirtybird artist would you want to collaborate with the most?Gotta go with the legend DJ Funk. He's had huge influence on me, I try to fit that old school juke with breaks and the latin sounds of my upbringing. -If your entire life was a movie, what title would best describe you?"Catch Me If You Can" is pretty accurate, never in one place for too long. -What’s the best concert you’ve ever been to?Sónar 2007. A crazy Ed Banger showcase with all the heavy hitters, from Justice to Mehdi. -If you could time travel, where and when would you go?I'd go to the late 70's and catch a prime Frankie Knuckles set at the Warehouse. -What species of bird best describes you and why?Troupial, just cause I'm Venezuelan. -What does Dirtybird mean to you?Dirtybird is essential to me, musically it's a space for the crazy beats that I love, and as a brand, it brings together likeminded people who don't take themselves too seriously. I think it's every producer's dream to be part of this family and I'm truly honored to have my name next to the artists who've inspired me so much.
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[BIRDFEED EXCLUSIVE] This week's Birdfeed exclusive comes from the Netherland's Mike Mcfly. -How long have you been creating music?I've been making music, on and off for over a decade. I started with French House believe it or not, switched to hiphop for a while, and since a year or two, I have been solely concentrating on making bass and tech house tracks. -What do you use to make your tracks?I've always been an in the box kind of guy, so Ableton Live, a lot of stock plugins and a bunch of VSTis, such as Massive, Sylenth and Serum do just fine for me. -How and when did you first discover Dirtybird?I first discovered Dirtybird through Kill Frenzy actually, I was so infatuated with his record "All Night Long", that I had to find more of this stuff. I had known about Claude VonStroke and Justin Martin for a while, but for some reason I never dug into the label until I heard that record. Of course the back catalog was like discovering a big old chest of gold. It really inspired me to go down this route. -Which Dirtybird artist would you want to collaborate with the most?I would love to work with Claude one day. When I listen to his productions, I am in awe of how he always seems to make the right decisions. To not overcomplicate things, but keep it super interesting and put out the vibes. He looks like a fun guy to be around as well. Well the whole Dirtybird crew does actually! -If your entire life was a movie, what title would best describe you?That's a tough one! I know "Into The Wild" really speaks to me, particularly when I am feeling melancholy. The main character is on this epic journey to see what really matters (at least to him), and I guess that does apply to me as well. -What’s the best concert you’ve ever been to?I've not been to many actually. I think only one, when I was like 11, my mom took me to a Backstreet Boys concert for some reason haha. I guess I was a big fan of them back in the day? What ever happened to those guys? -If you could time travel, where and when would you go?I'd go back to when I was about sixteen and share this quote of Jim Carrey with myself. "You can fail at what you don't want, so you might as well take a chance on doing what you love." Or is that a little too self important? -What species of bird best describes you and why?I don't know honestly, I guess an eagle, as I want to soar and fly one day! -What does Dirtybird mean to you?A lot. I set my goals on releasing a record with you guys for a long time now, and I am so glad I did. For me personally, to get the tap from you guys, felt really good, because you guys have incredible taste in music, and I dig practically every record you put out. Getting wonderful confirmation meant for me, that what I am doing is, well, justified.
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[BIRDFEED EXCLUSIVE] This week's exclusive comes from The Netherland's Abel De Jong! -How long have you been creating music? I have been making music for like 9 years now. What do you use to make your tracks? I use FL Studio to make my tracks. -How and when did you first discover Dirtybird? 3-4 years ago on soundcloud, I use soundcloud to search for tracks to play in my gigs. -Which Dirtybird artist would you want to collaborate with the most? Claude Vonstroke -If your entire life was a movie, what title would best describe you? SHARKNADO 3 -What’s the best concert you’ve ever been to? I really don't know, i find it too difficult to compare different act's -If you could time travel, where and when would you go? 20 Years back in time, to buy bitcoins. -What species of bird best describes you and why? A Grey Goose, looks classy and makes u feel funky.   -What does Dirtybird mean to you? I think that Dirtybird is the freshest and original house label that's popping these days.
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[BIRDFEED EXCLUSIVE] This week's track comes from England's Pete Graham! -How long have you been creating music? 6 years maybe? Whilst I started out with collabs, I have more recently begun to do more solo work. That said, I have some great collabs in the pipeline with some of your own artists! (Dirtybird) -What do you use to make your tracks? Logic 9, although I have just pre-ordered Ableton 10. I'm excited to try something new! -How and when did you first discover Dirtybird? Oh man, must have been years ago! I remember randomly stumbling across "beat that bird with a bat" and thinking how weird it was - I loved it! -Which Dirtybird artist would you want to collaborate with the most? I used to work a lot with Chris Lorenzo and it was so much fun! We made a track called Dorothy's Forrest using samples from the Wizard of Oz and man it just took your head off! Later, we made a sequel track called Dorothy's Armpit. We found this hilarious as we could imagine people requesting it and confusing the local DJs. When it got signed, the label changed its name (see if you can find it). We had always planned to make a third track but never got round to it. I would like to finish what we started! -If your entire life was a movie, what title would best describe you? I think John Wick... My wife thinks Lady and the Tramp. -What’s the best concert you’ve ever been to? Before Kanye was...Kanye... he was amazing! I saw him at an intimate club straight after College Dropout was released. -If you could time travel, where and when would you go? Easy. Jurassic Park is one of THE best films ever made. I would live it! -What species of bird best describes you and why? I think the majestic, speedy & deadly Peregrine Falcon..my wife thinks a Puffin... my brother thinks the Great Tit. -What does Dirtybird mean to you? I love the boldness & quirkiness of the music, but more importantly the sense of community and family between the fans and the artists themselves. In the years I've been working in the music industry, anyone I've met from the Dirtybird camp has just been so so nice, which can be rare these days! About 6 years ago, I was living my life as you do and checked my emails and nearly fell off my chair! It was the big guy asking about Marina Gasolina for DB! I called Loz and we were both so excited, but unfortunately nothing could happen other than a free download with DB because of the sample used. We both agreed that one day it would happen and I've finally caught up!
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[BIRDFEED EXCLUSIVE] This week's exclusive track comes from a familiar name to Dirtybird, London's Bump Ugly! -How long have you been creating music? I've been making music for about 5 years now. First in a duo but recently solo. -What do you use to make your tracks? Logic Pro for life! -How and when did you first discover Dirtybird? So this is an interesting one actually. Who's Afraid of Detroit was actually one of the first Deep/ Tech House tracks I ever downloaded when I was about 15! So 8 years ago now. -Which Dirtybird artist would you want to collaborate with the most? Oh wow, there are so many I would love to collab with. Would have to be between Will Clarke and Ardalan I'd say. -If your entire life was a movie, what title would best describe you? The Good, The Bad and The Ugly! -What’s the best concert you’ve ever been to? Another tricky one. So I was at Secret Garden Party a few years back at The Drop stage, it was the last morning and the sun was rising, and this husband and wife duo who I'd never heard of and can't remember the name of, played this INSANE house set. It was really special. -If you could time travel, where and when would you go? I would love to go to 1960s America, for the style and the music. The Rolling Stones man! -What species of bird best describes you and why? A dodo. I know my dumbass would go extinct if I were a bird, I'm quite accident prone haha. -What does Dirtybird mean to you? So I know I'm only new to the label, but there is definitely a family vibe within Dirtybird, I feel like it really let's it's artists express their wackiness, and in a scene which can sometimes be too cool for its own good, that is a huge asset.
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[BIRDFEED EXCLUSIVE] This week's track comes from Brazil's AlexVin! -How long have you been creating music? about 4 years.. but I’ve been DJ’ing since 1995 -What do you use to make your tracks? Ableton Live and my own vocal -How and when did you first discover Dirtybird? About a couple years when I met Bruno Furlan -Which Dirtybird artist would you want to collaborate with the most? Kyle Watson for sure -If your entire life was a movie, what title would best describe you? The Pursuit of Happyness - Will Smith -What’s the best concert you’ve ever been to? Lollapalooza (Calvin Harris - Pharrell Williams) -If you could time travel, where and when would you go? One year ahead, playing in a huge concert/party overseas -What species of bird best describes you and why? kkk.... Peacock because I love to play in parties -What does Dirtybird mean to you? the best label underground of world
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[BIRDFEED EXCLUSIVE] Happy New Year! Our resolution for 2018 is to give you one release a week exclusively to our Birdfeeders. We're kicking it off with an EP from Lucati, "Whistling Duck". -How long have you been creating music? I've been making music for 8 years. There's a certain moment when everything clicks, like your confidence in your music, your mixing and mastering. That happened in 2017. -What do you use to make your tracks? I lean Ableton, and only use arrangement view. Some of my go-to plug-ins are Massive, Serum, and the Waves Suite. I love sampling old records for kicks, vocals and basslines, helps me get the idea off the ground. -How and when did you first discover Dirtybird? I discovered Dirtybird when Mr. Spock by Justin Martin & Ardalan made waves. I ran a blog at the time and remember writing a full page review full of kudos and compliments on how brilliant that House track is. Hooked ever since. -Which Dirtybird artist would you want to collaborate with the most? CVS would be legendary. Justin Martin would be emotional and beautiful. Bruno Furlan would be groovy as funk. -If your entire life was a movie, what title would best describe you? YOLO: A tale of Reincarnation -What’s the best concert you’ve ever been to? Dirtybird Campout 2016 left a serious mark. It was raw, dirty, and non-stop. The Martin Brothers Drum & Bass set felt like I was in movie. Can't wait to attend East Coast Campout 2018 (my brother Dateless is playing!). -If you could time travel, where and when would you go? If I could time travel, I'd travel back to Ryan Seacrest's office in 2007 and slap the shit out of him for even thinking about creating Keeping Up With The Kardashians. Hopefully that would persuade him to change plans and never air that drool. -What species of bird best describes you and why? The Duck probably fits best. I love the water, I love eating bread, and I've been with my girl for many mating seasons. -What does Dirtybird mean to you? Dirtybird is the Research & Development center of House music. To be apart of such a forward thinking label and community means everything to me. They have the greatest fans in the world, with the purest motives. It's all about the music. As it should be.
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[BIRDFEED EXCLUSIVE] We received this demo of Steady Rock from Bruno Furlan, who emailed us excited about a brand new artist he recently discovered and knew we would too. Claude tested it out the biggest way possible—by opening his set at Dirtybird Campout West Coast with it. Steady Rock just so happened to be at the festival and heard his track being played, and the next day he ran into Claude at one of the many Campout activities and told him that was his song. Claude signed it right there, and now here it is for you. And that is how things happen sometime. Merry Christmas to the best fans in the world!
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[BIRDFEED EXCLUSIVE] Born in the muddy banks of the Seine river in Paris, Filthy French arrive at the Birdfeed nest with this 2-track "Chirp" EP, showing two different facets of their production style. The title track Chirp is a quirky and funky cut featuring an acidic drop so intense it might just melt your face off. Dirty Disco Bitch explores a techier side, featuring lo-fi hats, a greasy bassline and hypnotising synth.
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This is the one you've been waiting for. First broken by Claude VonStroke & Justin Martin in their B2B set at Miami this year, "Ya Kidding" by FISHER was the biggest track of the conference. The vocal says it all - "Movin' On The Dancefloor". A former pro surfer from Sydney, Australia, FISHER's debut release is already generating big waves with early support from Pete Tong, Green Velvet, Eats Everything, Skream, Latmun, and more. We also enlisted two mighty remixes from artists who have sculpted their own unique sounds--the red hot UK duo Solardo and the mysterious up and coming, Sébastien V. And for our Birdfeed members, we also have an exclusive remix from Eli Brown just for you!
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[BIRDFEED EXCLUSIVE] You might already be playing Holt 88's track on the BBQ: Secret Ingredients compilation--well here's two more from the Brazilian artist that we know our Birdfeed fam will love. 
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 [BIRDFEED EXCLUSIVE] One of our biggest singles last year, Shiba San's "Up & Down" is already a Dirtybird classic. Dallas producer Left/Right sent in this remix to us and completely flipped it, taking it to a darker place and turning it into a low-end heavy breaks track. A secret weapon just for our Birdfeed family.
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[BIRDFEED EXCLUSIVE] No matter what holiday you celebrate, it's always nice to give and receive this time of year. We want to help ring in the season with some special editions of a couple of good 'ol Santa Claude's greatest hits just for our Birdfeed members. The UK's Cal Johnstone re-edits the timeless "Who's Afraid of Detroit", and Italy's MAGNVM! reworks the classic "Deep Throat". Happy holidays from the Birdfeed!
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[BIRDFEED EXCLUSIVE] A little something to say "Thanks" to our Birdfeeders! Mainly known for his main room hitters, ghetto jams and tech bombs,  Kill Frenzy shows his softer side with 'Last Night Slow Jam', a special treat just for our Birdfeed members. Enjoy!
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Another secret weapon exclusively for our Birdfeed members! This track had the world talking after we retweeted a short video of Justin Martin playing it at Shambala, and then a few days later at HARD Summer. Once we found out it was from our 'Dirtyboy' from Brazil, Bruno Furlan, we knew this would be perfect for our Birdfeeders!
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Wood Holly & Sage Armstrong teamed up for the booty-shakin single "Ass Out", which originally came out on our New Year's Special at the end of last year. Wood made this special edit just for his set at HARD this year, and features a touch of 303. We love the new version and thought you would too, so here it is as an exclusive download for our Birdfeed members!
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There seems to be a lot of heat coming from south of the equator lately, and our next Birdfeed Exclusive release adds to the flames with a smokin’ single from Brazil’s Dakar. As owner of the Clap7 label and releases on labels like Snatch, LouLou, and This Ain’t Bristol, in a short time Dakar has been rapidly making a name for himself. We’re happy to welcome him to Dirtybird with the infectious bassline of "Woobly", one that will surely fit snug in any of your sets.
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German Brigante has been on our radar for a while, as we’ve fallen in love with his moody yet dancefloor friendly sound. Don’t let the name fool you though—his music sounds like he could be from Berlin but he’s based in Spain. After receiving a few demos it was hard to pick a favorite, so we signed a full EP, “Chronicles”. Fresh off his critically acclaimed album for Get Physical, he follows up with three brilliant tracks that feature his unique sound that we can’t get enough of. “Noose” is a monster with a rumbling low end bassline and the right touch of pads to keep it moving. “The Brigante Chronicles” goes in a dark direction with a sustained bass that you can feel in your bones. He rounds it out with “Samoa”, which is a no frills bomb—jacking beats, rolling bass, and vocal bits that work anytime of the night. As if that wasn’t enough, we've also included the bonus track “Hey What’s Up" exclusively for our Birdfeed subscribers! 
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We have an exclusive treat only for our Birdfeed members….. This has been a secret weapon amongst the Dirtybird Players for a short while, and now it’s your secret weapon too. Shhhhhh…….There it Is!
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Two jams never released to the public, but both super high profile projects, so keep it quiet please!
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The DIRTYBIRD BBQs have become something I look forward to almost more than anything else we do at the label. The special daytime sets allow for more risk taking and more bass music to sneak into the house music that usually gets played at night. I’m really looking forward to Gril$on cooking me a burger this summer and rocking out with the fans. Check out these great tracks that range all the way from really funny to serious ass shakers. - Claude VonStroke
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The new dirtybird compilation is loaded with 11 great tunes I have been collecting for over 6 months. Most notably, the Shiba San "OKAY" record has absolutely been destroying every dance floor known to man. We have lots of big birds like Justin Martin, Catz ‘N Dogz & Justin Jay on this, plus a ton of great newcomers and friends making appearances. The dirtybird BBQ was founded as a small get together in Golden Gate Park thirteen years ago. We've had the same core line-ups and even the same chef, Grillson, since the beginning. But three years ago, the free party in the park got too big and our permit was pulled. The city of San Francisco could no longer handle the amount of people showing up to the event. Ever since then we have been trying to think of way to bring back the vibe of the BBQ park party. This year we finally put together a team that is able to take the BBQ party all across North America and Europe. We will be starting in Miami and ending in San Francisco so make sure to come grill and chill with us sometime this year. This compilation is a celebration of the O.G. dirtybird BBQ vibe. I hope you enjoy the music. Love, VonStroke