As one of Montreal’s most reliably versatile DJs and promoters, Guilty has been responsible for bringing to town an incredibly broad swath of the world’s best electronic artists, playing everywhere from hollowed-out caves and tight-knit boutique events to the city’s biggest festival sets and club nights.
Justin Martin is one of the few house DJs that successfully bridges the gap between being commercially successful and staying true to the underground. His sound has been described as both melodic and tough. Justin first gained international acclaim for his single, “The Sad Piano,” on Ben Watt’s Buzzin’fly label. The single made its way into many A-List DJ crates as well as receiving many accolades from critics. Over time, Justin developed a more edgy sound in his hometown of San Francisco. He helped develop the local dirtybird label with his good friend, Claude VonStroke, releasing several amazing singles and remixes.
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Claude VonStroke created dirtybird records in 2005 and has been running everything from A&R to daily operations ever since. His very first record, “Deep Throat,” used a strange vocal sound effect as percussion to make a sleeper hit selling tens of thousands of copies. The follow-up track, "Who's Afraid of Detroit?" was the catalyst that changed his career from bedroom producer to touring DJ. He has been blessed with similar success stories ever since. Since then, VonStroke has released two artist albums as well as a Fabric mix and countless remixes for a wide range of commercial and underground artists.
Soul Clap’s Nick Monaco is the latest Dirtybird signing. When Nick kicked off 2012 with "Long Kiss Goodnight (Soul Clap Edit)," it was signed to Dirtybird's Hatched compilation, a meaningful gesture electing him to represent the future of his native Bay Area. Currently Nick Monaco is making his transition from big bass to deeper, more emotional, and more musical explorations, a sign of maturity and growth, the fruit of which we are soon to taste.
Having spent most of his teenage years in New York, Omar had the chance to live the Wolf & Lamb experience to the fullest. He develloped and eclectic taste in electronic music rooted in the endless nights he spent at the Marcy Hotel in its early years and he grew adult using all the free time he could grasp and investing it into djing and producing. 5 years later, he's been through some of the most sophisticated venues in Montreal and is just from Tokyo with a sense of experience that has influenced his take on electronic music more than ever. Having refined his sounds through the speakers of infamous Le Baron and such, he is back in Montreal to make the most out of the city that homed the young Italian ever since he left the Big Apple.
Moody has had a passion for music since he was a baby. His first mixed tape was a collection of Disney tunes including the hit single by Aladdin, Prince Ali. In 2007, Moody began promoting music events. Since then he has played in over 241,000 venues including the Taj Mahal, the White House and the McDonalds on Sainte Catherine. What to expect when you see Moody Jones play live? Anything from old school throwbacks, Deep house kicks to Grungy bass tunes all served fresh in a perfect mix.