Sun, 24 May 2015
Mister Sunday: Opening Day
AIRDROP & Gradient Present a Dirtybird showcase
Straight from the west coast with the signature sound and flavor, come two of Dirtybird’s finest stars: Christian Martin and the rumbling J.Phlip fresh off her production debut this year. Both of them are stars of the San Francisco nightlife and the afternoons in Golden Gate Park where Claude Vonstroke started throwing the sickest outdoor BBQ parties imaginable with the crew.
As one of the main people behind Dirtybird, he has produced several top tracks on his own as well as collaborating with his brother Justin Martin and Claude Vonstroke himself, who together have created a new type of sound influenced a great deal by hyphy. You will soon find out why!
J.Phlip, the newest addition and also now the first ‘bird’ in the Dirtybird crew has been Djing in San Francisco for several years and I think its fair to say it all came naturally to her. She produced a track that made major noise when dropped at WMC last year and was since released on vinyl, but rumor has it she is still working on the “rights of passage” to officially join the crew…
To make it a showcase night we had to bring down Tanner Ross from Boston, who splits his time and musical vision between big tech house hyphy bounce and the dark stripped down techno sounds he provides to Mothership as half of Voodeux.
Opening up for the night out will be Soul Clap, who has just released their Puppy Crack EP on AIRDROP with a Mikael Stavostrand remix that has left everyone in awe from Sammy Dee, Alland Byallo to Dario Zenker and Davide Squillace. They are also known to make ladies booties shake to old classics and future hits.
If the music itself was not enough, be prepared to leave traditional venues and come discover a new space. We will have a full bar, prepared with a few specially crafted drinks by a very special chef that has been making the cocktails longer than we have been alive.
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