Claude VonStroke Revives ‘Dirtybird Players Tour’ With Rising House Music Artists
Madison Duncan — 1 week ago
Claude VonStroke is bringing back his ‘Dirtybird Players Tour’ with ten talented artists that will bring diverse sounds to fourteen cities.
Ten years ago, Claude VonStroke began inviting up-and-coming producers to join his original ‘Dirtybird Players Tour’. The revival will run from March 10 to May 20 with a break until July 7, which will be Claude VonStroke’s birthday celebration at The Midway in San Francisco. Ten rising producers are set to play Portland, Denver, Miami, and eleven other cities.
Lubelski is intriguing with his vibey melodies and funky drum patterns, while Roecola’s experimental house and techno are expanding borders. Mike Kerrigan and Wyatt Marshall lean into techno. For lovers of all house music, every artist on the lineup, including Arnold & Lane, n808, and Nala, has a different style that exudes immense amounts of creativity.
Claude VonStroke created his underground record label, Dirtybird, in 2005 and has been growing his brand for over eighteen years. With his success in combining subgenres of house music, he is lifting smaller artists and giving them the spotlight that they deserve. His commitment to using his influence to showcase rising producers is making an important impact on the scene.
The legend himself will be headlining the tour, bringing his unique releases across North America. Despite earning his own, earned recognition globally, Claude VonStroke continues to shape the underground scene. With tours, festivals, and consistent drops, the producer will not be no slowing down anytime soon.
A fresh ‘Dirtybird Players’ compilation will be released on April 7. While we await the drop, we will be streaming his collaborations and remixes with Nala, Lubelski, and Wyatt Marshall. Dirtybird Records’ most recent release, ‘Happy Accidents Remixes,’ is now available to listen to on all streaming platforms.
Tickets for the ‘Dirtybird Players Tour’ are already on sale on the Dirtybird Records website and are going quickly. Every venue has different guidelines and ticketing options, so be sure to visit the venue’s website to stay up-to-date with its policies.