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Snow Strippers is a duo made up of members Tatiana Schwaninger and Graham Perez. They met in Florida in 2018 and began making music together towards the end of 2021, forming the band Snow Strippers. Graham had been producing music for years, while Tati had no experience making music. They make electronic music that they want to listen to. They do all of their creative, visuals and merch independently. They run the band along with their label, Nice Bass Bro. Their third full-length project, April Mixtape 3, dropped May 2023 on Surf Gang Records.
Club Eat is the collaboration between producer Chicken and DJ and vocalist Ren G. Originally started as a series of parties around NYC. The duo began creating their own music under the Club Eat moniker. Their sound takes playful, sexy, dance-focused beats and pairs them with cheeky, minimally processed pop lyrics. The result is a richly layered sound that lives somewhere between Club Eat’s dance-focused past and their jarring, fresh take on power pop. Having recently released their debut album, Start, the duo keeps delivering on their promise that what they did yesterday is always just the beginning.
Uffie is the project of the globe-trotting artist and fashion icon Anna-Catherine Hartley. Formerly signed to Ed Banger Records, she became acquainted with legendary producers of the early 2000s French electronic music scene. Her first viral hit song, “Pop The Glock,” was originally posted on MySpace and launched her fame in the Bloghouse era of dance music. She collaborated with the French electronic duo Justice on “TThhEe PPaARRtTYY,” which appeared on their Grammy-nominated album Cross in 2007. Her debut album, Sex Dreams and Denim Jeans was nominated at the French Victoires de la Musique for Best Electronic Album in 2010. She has since collaborated with Pharrell Williams, Charli XCX, Galantis, and Mr. Oizo, to name a few. Uffie returned In 2018, writing for other artists and releasing her EP Tokyo love hotel which includes the single "Drugs." Her sophomore full-length, Sunshine Factory, was executive produced by Toro y Moi and released last spring.