About Tice

Tice Cin is an interdisciplinary artist from North London. She experiments in the space of portals. She has an MA in English: Issues in Modern Culture from UCL. Tice has acted and performed at venues such as Victoria and Albert Museum, The Roundhouse and Barbican’s Pit Theatre, and has been commissioned by organisations like Cartier, St. Paul’s Cathedral and Montblanc. She was named one of Complex Magazine’s best music journalists of 2021 and 2022, and has written for places such as DJ Mag and Mixmag.

A DJ and music producer, she is preparing to release an accompanying album for Keeping the House with a host of talented features including those from the creative house she is part of, Fwrdmtn, such as Kareem Parkins-Brown and Latekid. Keeping the House has been named one of Guardian’s Best Books of 2021, and has been featured in The Scotsman, The New York Times and the Washington Post. She is a recent recipient of a Society of Authors Somerset Maugham Prize, and was shortlisted for Book of the Year at the British Book Awards. A filmmaker, she is currently writing and co-directing three short films. She has just produced, self-funded and directed her first and second short films.

Tice’s social handles

YouTube: @ticecinartist

Instagram: @tice.cin

Twitter: @TiceCin

TikTok: @TiceCin

SoundCloud: https://soundcloud.com/ticecin

Bandcamp: https://ticecin.bandcamp.com

Mixcloud: https://www.mixcloud.com/tice-cin

And for her company Neoprene Genie, use @neoprenegenie.

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