One of the founding figures of the LuckyMe label, Scottish talent Eclair Fifi (Clair Stirling) is no stranger to the UK airwaves and night clubs. Fifi got her start DJing at 16 via online radio station InterFACE, spending her weekly wages scouring record shops in her local town of Edinburgh. By 2013, she was hosting her own BBC Radio One show as part of DJs We Trust, and enjoying a residency at Rinse FM. Raised by Detroit techno and Chicago House loving parents, Clair was soon DJing hardcore nights in Glasgow and later landing residencies in Paris to Manchester, plus doing mixes for the likes of Juno, FACT, Truants and URB – not to mention she was also Azealia Banks’ go-to DJ for her legendary Mermaid’s Ball Party in London. Get to know Eclair Fifi in an interview with Clash here and watch a recent Boiler Room set here.