BY SYDNEY SPENCER\\ CloZee, also known as Chloè Herry, is an increasingly standout artist and producer of the bass community. Originally from Toulouse, France, CloZee’s multi-faceted music offers an array of ethnic and organic influences combined with electronic sounds. Describing her style as “World Bass”, CloZee draws inspiration from cultural sounds as well as art forms far afield from music, for example from paintings, the weather, or a dream. In short terms, her sound is calm and entrancing. In her tracks titled Koto and Apsara Calling, CloZee takes listeners on a journey across the globe from Japan to the Middle East. Other enticing tracks such as Harmony, blend these ethnic sounds into a strong yet peaceful mix.
CloZee began her musical journey at the age 11 when she learned to play the classical guitar. She progressed her musical talents through producing electronic music at the age of 16 and then going on to study Sound Engineering at her local university. Having released over three albums and performed at music festivals across Europe and North America, CloZee has become an esteemed EDM artist with something special to offer.
Come to U Street Music Hall on March 1st to watch CloZee fly. Tickets can be purchased here.