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Prepare for Dirtybird BBQ Art Basel with this Walker & Royce Playlist

Featuring tracks from Shadow Child, Groove Armada, and much more.
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Art Basel Miami is kicking off today, and that marks the time of year when travelers of the world flock to Florida to experience art, music, and culture for one wild weekend. It also marks the last stop for Dirtybird BBQ this year, which has brought delicious feasts and dank beats to cities across the US throughout 2016. 

Taking place at Smashed Canvas this Saturday, the crew will be in full effect with performances from Claude VonStroke, J. Phlip, Justin Martin, Walker & Royce, Kill Frenzy, and Christian Martin.

To celebrate the occasion, we teamed up with Walker & Royce for a house heavy playlist to help you pre-game for the Miami BBQ, or whatever party you might be going to. Cop tickets here if you're heading to Art Basel. 

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Groove Armada - House With Me feat. Parris Mitchell

We love this one! it's just a really simple straight up jam.

Don Rimini - The BADLQQK

We love the texture of this record, with the low vocal sort of making the bassline. It's kinda scary but really memorable.

Tom Flynn - Budgie Smuggler

This is a Dirtybird record from a few years ago but it's a great minimal mood setter.

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Shadow Child & T. Williams - Do You

This is a cut off of Shadow Child's album Connected. The vocal sounds so refreshing on a big system. Throw in those warm pads and horn stabs and we are sold.

Paul Woolford - Holy Ghost

There is a lot of drama in this track and the way the melodies play off each other is great. It's for a moodier time of the night.

Dennis Ferrer feat Sagine- Bubbletop (DF's Bubblewrap Mix)

This is Dennis Ferrer at his best, he builds a great groover for 3 minutes and just when you think its done he drops the vocal. 

DJ Ali feat Tim Fuller - You Don't Know

This is an older track that keeps finding its way back into our sets time and time again. Super cool vocal over a great subby bassline. What else could you possibly need?

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