Larry Tee started promoting and DJing in NY, playing at infamous clubs like Twilo and becoming a resident at The Roxy. He co-wrote the hit record 'Supermodel (You Better Work)' for RuPaul in the early 90s, and around the Millenium time he coined the term 'electroclash' to describe the new synthetic sound blossoming out of the underground and co-ordinated the Electroclash Festival in 2001 that featured early, career launching sets by Scissor Sisters, Fischerspooner, Peaches and Ladytron. Electroclash took hold in Berlin and London, and birthed enduringacts like Tiga and labels like City Rockers, which soon became Crosstown Rebels.
Moving to Shoreditch, east London in 2011, Larry now runs the Super Electric Party Machine club nights and then new Super Electric Party Machine album - produced with AttackAttackAttack. It features Princess Superstar, Lady Cartel, Roxy Cottontail and the exquisitely named Cunty Savage. Read more