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CRAY, short for Cheney Ray, is not actually an abbreviation for "crazy." However, the LA-based DJ, singer, producer, and gamer has been effortlessly styling Crocs and cultivating a fan base at a rate that could be defined as such, thanks to her sincere nature, genre-defiant bangers, humorous observations on life and relentless dedication to high-quality snackage since she entered the scene in 2015. After relocating from her hometown of Vancouver to Southern California to pursue warmer weather and a sociology degree at Chapman University, she decided to put her early love for electronic music to work, initially seeking to pursue a career in artist management. Not one to half-ass anything, she dedicated herself to learning to produce music firsthand, to fully understand what being a musician entails. It wasn't long after she began creating her own sounds that she fell in love with making music, realized "damn...I'm pretty fucking good at this," and started playing shows under her childhood nickname-turned-stage name, CRAY.
Venue: The Mercury Lounge
217 East Houston St.
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