Claude VonStroke Releases Dirtybird Campout West Set Video Stream Ahead of East Coast Debut

Claude VonStroke Releases Dirtybird Campout West Set Video Stream Ahead of East Coast Debut



More Info and Tickets to Dirtybird Campout East

Claude VonStroke’s 2017 Dirtybird Campout West set was one of the weekend’s most anticipated moments as the Head Counselor took them on a journey through the sounds of the label’s past and future. Today fans can relive all the twists, turns and totems, breaks and beats, and unreleased DIRTYBIRD magic in a high-res video stream.

The video comes as Head Counselor Claude and his feathery band of selectors prepare to take all the quirks of Dirtybird Campout to the East Coast for the first time, touching down in St Cloud Florida February 2-4.


For More Info on DIRTYBIRD Campout East in St. Cloud, Florida February 2-4 Visit:


DIRTYBIRD Campout East - Phase 1 Lineup (ABC)

  • &Me
  • Adam Port
  • Ardalan
  • Billy Kenny
  • Biz Markie
  • Bruno Furlan
  • Christian Martin
  • Ciszak
  • Claptone
  • Claude VonStroke
  • Craze
  • DJ Glen
  • DJ Tennis
  • Eprom
  • Fisher
  • George Fitzgerald
  • J. Phlip
  • Just Blaze
  • Justin Jay
  • Madam X
  • Marshall Jefferson
  • Maximono
  • Mija
  • MK
  • Nick Monaco
  • Pearson Sound
  • PillowTalk
  • Rampa
  • Roni Size
  • Ryan Hemsworth
  • Sage Armstrong
  • Salva
  • Soul Clap
  • Stöökie Sound
  • Sven Lochenhoer
  • Tiga
  • Will Clarke
  • Wolf+Lamb
  • Worthy
  • ZDS
About Dirtybird

DIRTYBIRD has been dropping basslines and creating smiles on the dance-floor since January 2005. The iconic bird logo was derived from a drawing Barclay Crenshaw (aka Claude VonStroke) used to draw when he was a kid to make his little brother laugh. Since creating it, VonStroke has A&R-ed some of the most influential house music producers in the world. A short list includes Justin Martin, Catz 'n Dogz, Julio Bashmore, Riva Starr, Breach, Shiba San, Eats Everything, J Phlip, Style of Eye, Kill Frenzy, and many many more... most of whom had their very first records and even created their artist names for the label.