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Larry Tee

Born 12 October 1959.

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Larry Tee (born October 12, 1959) is a New York City-based DJ, club promoter, and music producer who coined the musical genre term electroclash and helped launch the careers of such artists as RuPaul, Scissor Sisters, Fischerspooner, Peaches, W.I.T., and Avenue D, and has written songs for and collaborated with Afrojack, Shontelle, Princess Superstar, Santigold, RuPaul, Sean Garrett, Steve Aoki, and Amanda Lepore. He is currently living in London and running a new label Carnage Music with DJ/producer AttackAttackAttack, working with London artists such as ABSOLUTE., Protia Ferrari, Lady Cartel, Nwando Ibizie and the Serious Thugs. In January 2014 he launched his clothing line TZUJI at London Fashion Week. TZUJI, which is primarily extravagant sportswear in outrageous prints and luxurious fabrics, will be available this fall in Asia and throughout Europe.

New York Press credited Tee as ‘a hipster before there were hipsters, a club kid before Michael Alig dismembered one and a man who made Williamsburg cool again’. The magazine celebrated Tee's electroclash credentials as well as his role in making RuPaul a star in the 90s.

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