Eclair Fifi

Eclair Fifi (aka Clair Stirling) was introduced to dance music from an early age through her parents appreciation of Detroit techno and Chicago house. At 16 years old she held down her own pirate show on "Interface' - one of the worlds first radio stations broadcasting online, travelling to London alone to play sets long through the night. She DJed at some the hardest, most discerning warehouse techno, ghettotech and hardcore nights in Glasgow - long before being recognised for her encyclopedic knowledge of Italo disco, Latin freestyle and electro.

As an in-demand club DJ she currently holds down residencies at Paris Social Club as well as Hoya:Hoya in Manchester. She has recorded mixes for Juno, iD, Truants and URB and is Azealia Banks' go to DJ for her Mermaid's Ball Parties. Currently studying Illustration at Edinburgh College of Art - she is a regular contributor to the aesthetics of the Lucky Me label, working on production design and styling for music videos, guest artist tees for Bleep.com and most recently, Baauer's 'Dum Dum': a laser etched 12" vinyl.