EDM’s Leading Figure SOPHIE Tragically Died at 34

The avant-garde of electronic music and producer, Sophie Xenon died at the age of 34

SOPHIE, the owner of TRANSGRESSIVE, is announced by her publicist that she died in Saturday morning after a tragic accident in Athens. Rumors are leaked as SOPHIE was going to watch the full-moon in a mountanious region in Athens, and she slipped down from the rocks on the road.

Here is the statement by the publicist Ludovica Ludinatrice.

“It is with profound sadness that I have to inform you that musician and producer SOPHIE passed away this morning around 4am in Athens, where the artist had been living, following a sudden accident.”

The company of her own, Future Classic, shared the statement as follows:

The Scottish-born star has always been respected in every aspect. She was the one who turned the underground music into a world of house, trance, pop that is brand-new and stirrer. She was so profound that she caught Madonna’s attention and had a chance to work with her in 2015 on “Bitch I’m Madonna”.


On the other hand, SOPHIE was also a leading figure of the new wave of LGBTQ+ movement as also being a transgender. Nonetheless, regardless of her gender and identity, she gained her place in utmost respect and prestige. She was also the one who was nominated in GRAMMYs as a transgender. With her deubt album, “Oil of Every Pearl’s Un-Insides”, she won ‘The best EDM album’ in her category.