Claude VonStroke Migrates South for The Birdhouse Miami Music Week Event

Claude VonStroke Migrates South for The Birdhouse Miami Music Week Event

Featuring Joris Voorn, Skream, J.Phlip, Kim Ann Foxman, Honey Dijon, Solardo, Walker & Royce, Jesse Rose and Denney


Delano South Beach on March 25th

The big bird Claude VonStroke is flying The Birdhouse into Miami Music Week replete with a full roost of House and Techno’s finest for his annual take over of the expansive lawns of The Delano South Beach on March 25th.

Joining VonStroke for the Miami edition of his city hopping house and techno Birdhouse party will be Joris Voorn, Skream, J.Phlip, Kim Ann Foxman, Honey Dijon, Solardo,

Walker & Royce, Jesse Rose and Denney a fitting soundtrack for this day-into-night throwdown.

VonStroke fans can expect to enter an audio aviary, replete with all the magic idiosyncratic production touches that the Birdhouse is becoming known for. The Birdhouse is VonStroke’s platform to present and curate cutting edge house and techno acts that extend beyond the realm of DIRTYBIRD.

The Birdhouse arrives in Miami on the back of hosting the likes of Jackmaster, Skream, Horsemeat Disco and others at San Diego’s CRSSD, and will travel to Electric Forest and a slew of other soon to be announced festivals this summer.

For those unable to make the Miami migration, you can catch The Birdhouse radio show on SiriusXM’s Electric Area every Monday at 8pm EST/5pm EST, on various FM dials around the world, or tune in online HERE. Recent guests have included Soul Clap, Josh WInk, Jesse Rose, Huxley, Shadow Child, DJ Deeon, Nick Monaco, and all your DIRTYBIRD faves.


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About Claude VonStroke

Claude VonStroke created a small underground record label called Dirtybird in 2005 and grew it into a full-fledged events, clothing and music brand over the last 15 years. During this time, he has also managed to release 4 artist albums and some of the most iconic house music tracks of the last two decades. 

Most people know Claude VonStroke for his smiling DJ persona touring every major city, festival, and basement after-party around the world. But Claude has also influenced the very fabric of the dance community, A&Ring an impeccable roster of acts like Justin Martin, Fisher, Shiba San, Catz n Dogz, Riva Starr, Tim Green, Breach, Eats Everything, Walker & Royce, Shadow Child, and countless others. (And even naming a few of these artists.) Today, his Dirtybird label continues to surprise and innovate in the underground dance scene, releasing an enigmatic combination of house, funk, dirty-bass, and electronica.

VonStroke has released four original artist albums, a remix album, and a live album recorded when he closed the famed Movement Festival in his original hometown of Detroit Michigan. Some other music highlights include working on records with Bootsy Collins, Rihanna, Disclosure and Kevin Saunderson as well as a few #1 & #2 hits on Beatport.  His partnership with Green Velvet as “GET REAL” has been one of the most rewarding friendships as Claude originally modeled his career off the quirky enigmatic style of his mentor and now good friend from Chicago. 

In 2015 VonStroke brought his first festival to light called Dirtybird Campout, a unique boutique festival based on the games and activities associated with American Summer camp mixed with the best underground house and bass music in the world.  He continues to innovate and curate new events with 2 additional multi-day festivals mirroring his Birdhouse radio show in Los Angeles and Chicago and his record BBQ event series that has been going since 2003!

VonStroke also loves art, most notably pop surrealist artwork that he has commissioned for the last 7 years on Dirtybird for all of the releases.  Each year he hires a new artist and has had the pleasure of working with renowned artists such as Jeremy Fish, Dulk, Graham Carter, Dan May, Charlie Immer, Raoul Deleo and Felicia Chiao. Walking through the Dirtybird HQ in Los Angeles is like walking through an art gallery in the Wynwood district of Miami. 

A lot of his success can be attributed to a good attitude. Claude does not scowl and look mean while he DJs. He does not pretend to know everything and he truly loves his fans. He is grateful to be curating, creating and performing music for a living and he knows that the reason people go to parties is to shake their booty and have fun.

Claude VonStroke