Dirtybird nice guy Barclay Crenshaw — known more widely by his stage name Claude VonStroke — and lesser-known UK production duo Kry Wolf, have teamed up to deliver a new track, out today on Dirtybird. “Turbosteppa,” as the story goes, was originally a demo Kry Wolf had sent over to VonStroke a few months back and he liked it so much he took it, reworked it somewhere between six or seven times, and played it out all summer until it became the finished track we see today. In a style that truly marries the tendencies of both Claude and Kry Wolf, “Turbosteppa” is a raw, thumping, and totally gregarious house tune. Check out a sample below, or stream the full track via Rolling Stone.
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