Dirtybird Puts On An Epic Evening at Dirtybird Players NYC!

Last Saturday was a night for the books as Claude Vonstoke & the Dirtybird Crew invaded NYC for the Dirtybird Players warehouse party presented by Teksupport. DB Players was held at a dope warehouse in Brooklyn called Depot 52 and the Pop-Up at TBA Brooklyn.

The night kicked-off at the Pop-Up Shop at TBA where there were a bunch of special guest appearances including Claude himself who popped through to chill. One of our favorite things about Dirtybird is that their merch + apparel are always on-point; well designed comfortable with tons of swag. The pop-up had tons of great DB march including some classics and fresh new gear just released (Shop Dirtybird Here).

Once we got to Depot 52 the street was lined with people walking to enter the venue for Fisher, who was kicking off the night! Fisher was one of the people we were really looking forward to despite hie early set time. Let us tell you he did not disappoint! Make sure your keep an eye out for his EP ‘Oi Oi’ releasing on Dirtynbird Nov.10th (pre-order Here). Up next was one of the groups that we have been raving about for months Walker & Royce, coming off their huge debut album Self Help (listen here), out on DB Record. W & R played a huge set with some cuts from the album and a few IDs.

Next to hit the stage was one of our favorites Shiba San  who always drops hard during live performance. He dropped a few classics including ‘Okay’ and a few cuts from his recent ‘Fearless EP’ with Green Velvet on Relief. Now that the venue was in full swing daddy Claude hit the tables for a special B2B  with Shiba San. The b2b may have been the highlight of the night besides the special guest Tiga who took the stage following the b2b. This was one of our first times seeing him in over a year and we were very much impressed.  J.Phlip hit the stage last to close out the night and set off a dirty late night set.

Overall Dirtybird Players NYC was everything we imagined and more. The DB Crew never disappoints and this was definitely a night to never forget!