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Dirtybird BBQ Does Brooklyn

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I’ve missed the Dirtybird BBQ in Miami the past three years in a row, so when the Dirtybird crew announced that they were bringing the show on the road this year, I could hardly control my excitement.  It only took my moving to New York City to finally make it happen, but I’m certainly not complaining.

Verboten set the DB crew up with the perfect venue for a bangin’ Brooklyn party. Right down by the water, the weather was great, the food was delicious, the crowd was vibin’ and the sound was on. freaking. point.

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Ardalan started the party, followed by Kill Frenzy, both of which kept the vibes deep and chillin’ while the venue filled up. Although I couldn’t see a damn thing that was going on up in the DJ booth, I could tell the second Kill Frenzy handed the decks over to Justin Martin. Playing a handful of funky booty bass house tracks, as well as the original mix of “Don’t Go,” Justin Martin had the crowd going full-on dance party status before the sun had even begun to set.

Christian Martin came next, keeping the crowd going strong before Claude Vonstroke hopped on to close out the day.

I don’t know if it was the beer or the BBQ shrimp skewers, but the energy was straight up next level the entire day–good thing for us, the party wasn’t even close to over. Next stop, Verboten for the epic after party.

I think I speak for everyone when I say Monday morning was a rough one. Dirtybird sure knows how to throw a damn good party. We can only hope that they fly back over to our coast soon.

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