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Cooler Kids

The Brooklyn-based Cooler Kids funneled home music and new wave influences right into a funky, volatile cocktail. Made up of Kaz Gamble (also called DJ Kazimir) and California indigenous Sisely Treasure, the group created when Gamble started collaborating with previous Luscious Jackson vocalist Jill Cunniff in the Pop Rox studio room. The two have been setting up disco-inflected songs when Treasure befriended Gamble via AOL, and both latter musicians created an instant musical relationship. With Cunniff overseeing the task like a “groove godmother,” the Much cooler Kids targeted homosexual audiences in NY and produced their refreshing, kitschy debut in 2003 with Punk Debutante. The one “All over the world” liked some success in the Billboard Dance Graphs and also made an appearance in the Lizzie McGuire soundtrack, however the group even so dissolved in 2005. Gamble and Treasure continuing working jointly on additional tasks during the pursuing years, and Treasure afterwards secured an area in Shiny Gadget Weapons’ lineup.

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