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Jon Bovi (Dirty Version): Catz N Dogz

Artist Spotlight: Claude Vonstroke

The name “Claude VonStroke” was a random joke that caught on after a series of tracks grabbed the attention of underground dance music in 2005. His very first record, “Deep Throat,” was an unusually quirky affair that caught fire worldwide and he has been blessed with similar success stories ever since. Claude’s real name is Barclay Crenshaw, a guy raised in the suburbs Detroit who wanted to be a filmmaker but always had a knack for music. After several different film careers of varying success and with some help from his friends, VonStroke started the “dirtybird” label at the very late age of 32.

Since 2005, dirtybird has carved out a niche as a premiere American label and has released over 40 EPs. VonStroke has released two artist albums as well as a Fabric mix and over 25 remixes for a wide range of commercial and underground artists from Indy rock group “The Rapture” to Detroit techno legend Kevin Saunderson.

In an effort to give something back to the community VonStroke unveiled a new label “mothership” in 2007. A large percentage of the label’s proceeds go to a music school for children in Claude’s hometown of Detroit, Michigan. This label features more euro-flavored techno and house featuring groups like Catz ‘n Dogz, Maetrik and Voodeux.

Tour wise, Claude has headlined almost every major club, festival and basement after-party in the world. Lucky for me, I got to see him at Ultra Music Festival this past year and danced onstage for almost his entire set! If you get the opportunity to catch him or any of the artists on his label, don’t be a puss and miss out! Below are some more goodies:

Vocal Chords: Claude Vonstroke

Big n Round: Claude Vonstroke

Who’s Afraid of Detroit: Claude Vonstroke

The Whistler (Jesse Rose Remix): Claude Vonstroke