Electric Family x JEANIE: Tee + Bracelet Release & More

Electric Family x JEANIE: Tee + Bracelet Release & More

Drops Friday, June 11th @ 10AM PST

About This Collection:

We have partnered with JEANIE to bring you this collab tee and bracelet. The tee is made with premium fabric and features a crystal dye pattern with a front chest print. JEANIE also answered a few of our questions and made us a playlist, check it out below!

Item Details:
  • Tee + bracelet drop Friday, June 11 @ 10AM PST
  • Premium tee
  • Pink body
  • Black crystal dye pattern
  • Front chest print
  • Electric Family woven label
  • Black, pink, and gray woven bracelet with black clasp
  • Authenticity guaranteed

    1. Where did you get your start in music? What artists inspired you the most?
    I got started mainly by having such a strong connection to the music and wanting to be a part of it on a deeper level. When I was getting into production, I was really inspired by the ‘golden era’ of trap, so names like RL Grime, Ozzie, Hucci, UZ, etc. My sound has developed a bit since then, but those were the artists I looked up to most at the time and pretty much owe my entire career to. RL Grime is still one of my favorite producers to this day – everything he touches is gold.
    2. We know you’re involved in GRL GANG. What does it mean to you to be a woman in the music industry?
    Honestly, it’s empowering as f***. I’m constantly surrounded by strong, hardworking and insanely talented women in all aspects of the industry. I have never seen anyone work as hard as women in the music industry do and it inspires me to work as hard as I can every single day.
    3. Why did you feel it was important to establish a collective for creative women?

    When I got started, I was mainly surrounded by men and I barely knew any other female producers even though I was aware they existed, so I decided to create GRL GANG to change that. I didn’t have a ton of women to look up to at the time and I wanted to change that for the future generations of women in the industry.

    4. Do you have any plans for GRL GANG now that things are reopening? Can we expect any shows or new ventures for the collective?

    100%! We’re kicking things off in New York City on June 24 with myself, Reid Speed, Sythyst and VILLA at a new venue called Live Lair. We also have a few more cities locked in that I can’t announce yet, but just know there is a lot more to come.

    5. Aside from GRL GANG, what can we expect from JEANIE this year?

    New music, new visuals, new sets, new everything. And of course, new merch!



    6. Did being in quarantine over the last year or so affect your sound in anyway? What was the hardest part about being in lockdown?

    I think a lot of artists toned their sound down over quarantine due to not needing to make music for shows and festivals anymore, but for me it was kind of the opposite. I took the time to really level up my sound and make it heavier than it has ever been. The hardest part about being in lockdown was trying to stay positive and keep my mental health in check, so being able to express myself through my music really helped me get through a tough year.


    7. We’re just about halfway through 2021. Did you have any goals set for yourself this year, personally or musically? What goals do you hope to meet by this time next year?

    I set career goals for myself at the beginning of every year, and I’m super proud to say that I’ll be reaching a lot of the goals I set this year. Like many, I had an extremely stressful and chaotic year, so aside from setting even bigger career goals for the next year, I really want to begin focusing on myself more and getting into healthier routines like meditating, exercising regularly, going to therapy, etc.


    8. You put together a playlist for us. Can you tell us about what these songs mean to you?

    I thought I would showcase some of my biggest inspirations outside of dance music like Kurt Cobain, Tom Morello, Oli Sykes and more. I included some of the artists who inspire me in bass music as well as some of my favorite songs I’ve produced, but I mainly wanted to shine a light on my all time favorite songs and artists across different genres. I grew up listening to a lot of metalcore and pop punk, so it’s a huge part of who I am and I definitely plan to begin showcasing that more.


    9. What’s your favorite track that you’ve ever produced?

    I get asked this question pretty frequently, and my answer is usually the most recent track I released, but if it wasn’t, that would probably mean I wasn’t progressing. With that said, I love my recent track “Psychosis” and the remix I put out for my good friends GLD on Circus Records, but I have also been putting the final touches on my next EP which, in my opinion, is some of the best work I’ve ever done.


    10. Do you have a dream label that you would like to release on?

    This past year led me to work with some of my dream labels already, like Bassrush and Circus Records, which were both surreal. Working with Subsidia has also been a dream. I have another dream label release coming up soon, but as for labels I haven’t officially released on, I’d love to release something with Deadbeats at some point.


    11. When you’re not making music, what is something else that you love to do?

    Sleep, haha. I rarely have free time these days and I’m usually spending every waking moment thinking about my career or the music I’m working on, but if I’m not doing either of those things, then reading, vintage/thrift shopping, watching movies or going on TikTok (not ashamed).