Drops Friday, July 23rd @ 10AM PST
About This Collection:
We have partnered with Whipped Cream to bring you these two collab hoodies. These hoodies are made with premium fabric and feature a front left breast print with a full back print and a sleeve detail print. Whipped Cream also answered a few of our questions, check it out below!
- Hoodies drop Friday, July 23 @ 10AM PST
- Premium fabric
- Front left breast print
- Full back print
- Right sleeve detail print
- Available in sand and forest green
- Electric Family woven label
- Authenticity guaranteed
1. Can you give us a quick introduction to who you are and what you do?
My name is Caroline. I was born in Toronto, Canada and I reside on Vancouver Island, Canada. I live to do what I love, to create music pieces and ideas to hopefully spark new energy and ideas in other humans.
2. What inspired you to get into music?
I grew up a competitive figure skater. Unfortunately, I had to stop due to a serious accident that left me not as strong to land the jumps as I once was. During my down time I went to my first music festival and it is there where I realized what I was meant to do.
3. How would you describe your sound to someone who's never heard of Whipped Cream before?
Real, raw, left field, innovative open minded feeling , no boundaries , forever evolving.
4. How did you get the named Whipped Cream?
Honestly it was something completely random that came to me a long time ago, I wanted to pick a name that had a juxtaposition. It's this commercial name you can remember and think about year round … It's solely about making you think. It’s all about art and human experience . A juxtaposition in many ways as when you think of the word itself the mind can wonder in many directions. It’s good too!
5. What was the music scene like growing up in Canada?
I mean from people like Drake to Grimes, Canada has made many ground breaking artists. The underground electronic scene in Canada was alive and well, I wouldn’t have changed a place to grow up.
6. What were your life plans before you decided to be a full time musician?
Figure skater and maybe a coach afterwards.
7. How does it feel to be a woman in music? Do you think it's made things any more or less difficult?
It’s definitely made things...what they are. Especially as a producer. I love what I do and wouldn’t change who I am or the sex I was born with for the world. I would tell any woman trying to learn production “it’s not gonna be easy you’re gonna have a lot of unfair things happen to you but if you work really really hard and try not to take anything to close to heart just know you’re meant to do what you’re about to do, you’ll be okay, I promise”
8. What new products can we expect from you this year as more and more shows and festivals continue to come back?
There will be music this year :)
9. What's your biggest goal, personally or professionally, that you'd like to achieve this year?
Something is happening next year that I have already dreamt of. I like to keep the big ideas and dreams a secret! Excited to share my dreams out loud soon.