|Genres||Electronic, pop, dance pop, experimental pop, avant-grande|
|Occupations||Singer, songwriter, record producer|
|Labels||MSMSMSM, Future Classic, Transgressive, Numbers, Huntleys and Palmers|
Sophie Xeon, mononymously known by her stage name SOPHIE, is a Los Angeles-based Scottish record producer, singer, songwriter, and DJ. Known for her synthesized and "hyperkinetic" take on pop music, she came to prominence with singles such as "Bipp" (2013) and "Lemonade" (2014). She has worked closely with artists from the PC Music label, including A.G. Cook and QT, and has produced for acts such as Madonna, Charli XCX, Vince Staples, Le1f, Liz, and Namie Amuro. Her singles compilation Product was released in 2015.
Origins and early yearsEdit
SOPHIE grew up in Glasgow, Scotland.
SOPHIE began her career in a band named Motherland (with bandmates Sabine Gottfried, Matthew Lutz-Kinoy, and Marcella Dvsi), and later collaborated with her bandmate Matthew Lutz-Kinoy on a series of performance works. In 2011, she scored the short film Dear Mr/Mrs by Dutch team Freudenthal/Verhagen. SOPHIE became involved with artists affiliated with the PC Music label after encountering Dux Kidz, a project between A. G. Cook and Danny L Harle.