Hip-hop/electronic producer Felix Snow is best known for his glitch-pop melodies and his free-for-all approach to vocal manipulation.
He really came into his own while studying music at New York University, where he met Alejandro Ghersi (aka Arca), who taught him the ins and outs of Ableton. Soon after he graduated, Snow signed a publishing deal with Warner, leading to production work with numerous pop acts including Leona Lewis, SZA, Nicole Scherzinger, Gallant, and Rita Ora. Around 2014, Snow reached out to David Singer-Vine on Twitter, and together they attempted to launch a project called Momma, although after it failed they parted ways. However, fate would bring the pair back together, as they were both asked to work with singer Kiiara on her single "Gold" in 2015. The creative process worked so well this time around that they ended up launching their own record label and production company, EFFESS Records. Further cementing their mutual creative vision, Snow and Vine formed a pop trio by the name of Terror Jr, featuring an additional member on vocals; although their female vocalist is referred to as "Lisa," her identity initially remained a secret. In 2017, Snow released a collaborative EP, No Winter Without Snow, alongside fellow genre-defying -- and aptly monikered -- artist Wintertime. A bevy of singles followed throughout the year, including the Mark E. Bassey and TYSM collaboration "Cherry on Top," "Badi Boum" featuring Tsunami, and the solo singles "Evening Buffalo," "Tender Buffalo," and "Demons." ~ Liam Martin