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Riding high off their mighty BBQ tour, the infamous Dirtybird clan has set their dials for full speed towards the 2nd annual Dirtybird Campout this weekend. The 3-day excursion secluded in southern California features summer-camp games and activities (you’re literally assigned a Dirtybird camp counselor), a comedy stage, after hours, endless BBQ, refreshments, and of course friends and familiar DJs from around the world.

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One of the best things about the campout is the the musically-educated crowd it attracts. As a festival celebrating the Dirtybird sound, fans flock from all over with a positive easy-going candor that reflects the music that will carry all weekend long. Needless to say, vibes will be 10/10.

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The Dirtybird campout has just officially SOLD OUT, but tickets may still be available if you know how to keep your ear to the ground. To get you ready for the madness, rinse through a selection of live sets from last years campout below!

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From playing Coachella, to his Mom, I Graduated! EP on dirtybird, and launching his new project, Justin Jay & Friends, Justin Jay has had a rollercoaster of a year, so it only makes sense for him to deliver one last release, after dropping “Karma.” This new offering features Benny Bridges on guitar, and also a new name, Henry Was, on drums, who both lent their talents for this edit that was created with the help of live instrumentation. The edit is a relentless techno heater that adds grit, more percussion, and subtle FX to the original’s foundation. Justin is in the giving mood this holiday season so enjoy the track below and download it here.

“With Benny Bridges on guitar, I saw this techno anthem by Barnt as a way to start messing around with Henry’s crazy drum sounds. We had so much fun making it and even more fun playing it live. With it being the holiday season, we wanted to give it to you guys (especially DJ’s who need an extra jam for those holiday sets).” – Justin Jay

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After bringing us his Momentum EP on Pets Recordings, and a couple other singles, like “Storm” with Chris Lorenzo, our hometown hero, Justin Jay, delivers Mom, I Graduated, his second EP of the year. Since it’s unveiling, the first song on the release, “Hit It,” has been enjoyed far and wide, amassing over 140K plays on SoundCloud, while the longer version of the second song, “Rain Dance,” was recently posted, just in time for the rain storm here in LA. With these two tracks, the EP is yet another prime example of his distinctive, bass-fueled house music style that continues to fill dance floors and bring something fresh to the scene, but what’s most exciting about it is that it features Justin Jay’s own vocals for the very first time. Have a listen to the EP below and and check out Justin Jay’s world tour dates to see if he’s coming to a city near you. This EP is available on Beatport.

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Our little brother and Dirtybird young gun Justin Jay has finally graduated college, and announces his new EP with a fitting title. Listen below, and look out for it dropping on September 11th!

From the heat of the BBQ to the smoking hot talent of Justin Jay, as he returns to the feathery fold with his latest release. The youngest of VonStroke’s proteges, the 22 year old producer continues to build on the promise shown on a string of heavy hitting Dirtybird releases (Femme Fatale, Static, Instincts, Le Voyou.) With all of his tracks created on the same college-dorm studio set up, it seems fitting that we bring you the last from those late night bunker sessions and a brace dedicated to the end of his studies and the start of the party.

‘Mom I Graduated’ launches in to life with the sassily titled ‘Hit It.’ Spring loaded beats adorn an eerie, vocoder-aided atmosphere, before double claps on the beat turn the track into an intensified stomper. The drop descends into thick sub bass, chopped up vocal samples and chiming, echoing percussion around its half time rhythm. This is big!!

Rain Dance starts life out of earshot. A progressive melodic flurry gradually enters in to range through a mist of pitter patter FX touches, while ascending woodblocks bring us to the vocal drop and a thumping kick drum -“I’m gonna make it rain” – Booty aesthetics with a slowed tribal rhythm and swathes of sub bass leak through the speakers. A second summer anthem from the young Californian.

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The entire Dirtybird crew has had one hell of a year, but no one broke out as far as Justin Jay.  This part-time USC student, part time bass slinging globetrotter claims the youngest spot on the San Francisco-based label’s roster.  Shoulder to shoulder with big guns like Claude VonStrokeJustin Martin, Gorgon City, and more, Justin Jay has proven himself to be a force in bass music.  Today, we all get a taste of his forthcoming 3-track Momentum EP that includes a collaboration with Kill Frenzy.  The first single is a light, upbeat track called “You Give My Butterflies.”  A painfully charming melody suited for the 100 acre woods bounces off of a skillfully crafted bass and synth arrangement.  The track comes as a beautiful retort, following some more dark and gritty releases from Justin Jay.  The Momentum EP is due out on Monday, March 16th via Catz’ ‘N DogzPets Recordings.

“As I’m finishing up an incredible last year of college, and getting to do all of these amazing things in music, it’s felt natural making happy, lighthearted songs that really capture my mood these days. I’ve spent a large part of the last year exploring darker sounds and textures. I definitely want to continue experimenting in that direction, but I wouldn’t want to neglect my goofy, cheerful side either. “You Give Me Butterflies” is a carefree day at the beach, spent with your friends, acting like 8 year-olds.” – Justin Jay

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If you’ve had your ear to the electronic music floor this past year, you’re well aware that it’s the era of the Dirtybird.  This tight knit crew of house/tech/disco madness has risen to the spotlight, and during this rise has brought us Justin Jay.  This 21-year-old Los Angeles native already has an unbelievable discography and track record, and shows no signs of slowing.  The video above is his hour-long set for Mixmag Los Angeles, and it’s just a taste of what he brings to the electronic arena.

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Tis’ the season for giving thanks, and that’s just what Dirtybird veteran Worthy wants to do for all you web surfers out there. Staying true to his camp’s sound, he’s taken Odesza‘s future thinking single “Sun Models” and flipped it into a bass heavy house track fit for the club. The melodic vocals of Madelyn Grant now get a jackin appeal, but Worthy keeps just enough of the dreaminess in the original to carry all the way through. Fans of Hannah Wants, Gorgon City and of course the entire Dirtybird brigade will be all over this one. Grab it below for FREE DOWNLOAD!

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