Sound 045 – Claude Vonstroke

“Deep Throat” might sound like a 1970s political scandal or a classic pornographic film, but it’s actually the title of the first track we ever heard by the one and only, Claude Vonstroke. If you’ve ever heard “Deep Throat” then you know it’s a funky techno jam with a funky, yet humorous video to match. Claude Vonstroke is definitely all about the good times, which has in large part contributed to his popularity and success. Barry Crenshaw is the man behind Claude Vonstroke who has played at pretty much every major city, festival, and as he would say, basement after-party, around the world. He is the owner of his own label, DIRTYBIRD Records, which has signed such acts as Justin Miller, Catz n Dogz, Eats Everything and Shiba San among others. Vonstroke also has his own festival he aptly named the DIRTYBIRD Campout that boasts it will be a festival summer camp experience you will never forget. The Campout takes place in California and will host 50+ DJs over 3 days. If you can’t make the campout, Vonstroke hosts the DIRTYBIRD BBQ series in select cities as well.

The DIRTYBIRD boss man is certainly an interesting character but his music and performances never disappoint. He combines house, funk, dirty-bass, and electronica to create his unique and memorable style. Recently, Claude Vonstroke played at Tomorrowland in Belgium and his set definitely caught our attention. As we’d expect, it’s funky, groovy, and full of that dirty-bass. Take a listen to Claude Vonstroke live at Tomorrowland 2017 below!!!

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