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Class Actress

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After logging several years as a coffeehouse singer/songwriter, Elizabeth Harper began focusing on electronic music in 2009 with the help of producers Mark Richardson and Scott Rosenthal. A Philadelphia native, Richardson first appeared on Harper’s radar several years prior, when he remixed a song from her debut album. Harper preferred Richardson’s version to the original, and the two eventually reconvened in Brooklyn, where they began fusing Harper’s pop songs with sampled drumbeats and synthesized instruments. Rosenthal also joined the project, and Class Actress made their studio debut with 2010’s Journal of Ardency, an electro-pop EP that took its cues from Madonna, Depeche Mode, and the fellow Brooklyn-based band Chairlift. After hooking up with Carpark Records, the group released its first album, Rapprocher, in October of 2011. Class Actress signed to Casablanca Records in 2013, and Harper moved to Hollywood seeking a taste of the glamorous life. Casablanca put her in touch with Giorgio Moroder who agreed to executive produce her next recording, but due to scheduling conflicts, the project was delayed indefinitely. In June of 2015, Casablanca finally announced the release of Movies, Class Actress' first EP for the label. ~ Andrew Leahey

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2009 in Brooklyn, NY

Years Active:

'00s, '10s