TOUR: dirtybird Players go global


Flip up your collars and wipe the barf off your ascot; you’re in the players club now. The dirtybird Players invite you to join them on their world tour, celebrating eleven years of bass-driven funk, sweaty house, and general dance floor carnage.

Expect forties and neck ties, ghetto blasters and golf carts, deck shoes and BBQ sauce, but above all else, expect dance floor delights bumpin’ all night, courtesy of the dirtybird Players.

Led by label-founder Claude VonStroke, the dirtybird Players global tour will include stops at Coachella, SxSW, Movement Detroit, Miami Music Week, Piknick Elektronik and London, all paving the way for the label’s first ever Ibiza residency this summer at Sankeys. Coinciding with this party-starting madness will be the dirtybird Players compilation, a perfect pairing to those who prefer BBQ and booty bass as the soundtrack for their afternoon lawn parties.

The dirtybird Players are comprised of a varsity lineup of dirtybird’s audio pioneers; Justin Martin, Eats Everything, J Phlip, Leroy Peppers, Catz + Dogz, Shadow Child, Kill Frenzy, Worthy, Justin Jay and more, all of whom feature on the new Players compilation.

dirtybird was birthed 11 years ago when the original four dirtybird members, Christian Martin, Claude VonStroke, Justin Martin and Worthy, came together on a personal mission to change the landscape of San Francisco house music. They began throwing epic renegade parties in Golden Gate Park based on their unique, signature sound; booty-groovin’ house music, heavy on the bass and full of fun. Three years later, Claude VonStroke started the dirtybird label, and the dirtybird mandate was sealed.

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