What’s In Your Fridge is where the Straight asks interesting Vancouverites about their life-changing concerts, favourite albums, and, most importantly, what’s sitting beside the Heinz ketchup in their custom-made Big Chill Retropolitan 20.6-cubic-foot refrigerators.
On the grill
Who are you
Whipped Cream is a juxtaposition to what my project really is. My artist name sounds commercial, but I want to bring true, raw, authentic art to the forefront of this project and really make people question what they know about me. Caroline is someone who likes to live life to the fullest and be her best self. I am here to offer experiences. Things people can take from me and learn together. I think I am what the world has built around me. I take a piece of each thing life has given me.
My first concert was at the Gorge in Washington at a festival called Sasquatch. Active Child was performing to like 50 people at the side stage. I was with one of my best friends and it was the best experience ever. It led me to switch gears from ice skating to music, and it’s the reason I’m a producer today.
A concert that was most life-changing to me was EDC 2019 when I performed. By being on a stage this massive and it being the closing slot into the sunrise, I just knew in that moment I was made to do this!
Top three records
Frank Ocean “Pyramids” Because of the switch-ups, you feel like you’re watching a movie. It’s iconic and timeless and doesn’t fit anywhere and it’s so artistically beautiful and musically, [it’s] genius.
Active Child “Hanging On” This song has so much meaning because I felt like this a lot in my personal life and the video especially is very touching. If you really listen to it, it will make sense. The video doesn’t explain itself but you have to feel it. I like sad music and this song is very dark and melancholy.
Anhoni “Drone Bomb Me” I love their vocals, the production, and the feeling the song brings.
All-time favourite video
Sevdaliza “Human” This video is powerful and thought-provoking. It’s a walking embodiment of art.
What’s in your fridge?
High-protein keto shakes (30g). I usually have these shakes around noon; they help me get my protein in and give me energy all day.
Dark chocolate. I love having a dark chocolate snack with breakfast, lunch, or dinner. It’s probably not most people’s first choice of chocolate since it’s not the sweetest, but I can’t live without it.
Apple cider vinegar. First thing every morning, I have apple cider vinegar. It’s definitely an acquired taste but it has tons of benefits.
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