This secrecy is carefully protected by Sinclair, who goes to great lengths in order to keep information about Mars Argo and Poppy’s personal lives hidden.
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Director and musician who went viral with the hit song "Lowlife" featuring artist That Poppy.
He has also worked with artists such as Knox Hamilton, BORNS, and Mars Argo, among others.
They also create videos on You Tube which mix their music with satire and social commentary on music, art, and pop culture.
best known for his work on his and That Poppy's You Tube and musical project and his "Computer Shows" with Mars Argo on their You Tube channel grocerybagdottv.
In 2015, he released the music video for his single "Trust Fund" which currently sits at 470 thousand views. In 2007, duo Titanic Sinclair and Mars Argo began uploading bizarre, minimalistic "Computer Shows" to their You Tube channel, grocerybagdottv.
The mystery and seemingly cult-like following of these projects spikes their audience’s curiosity into just how deep the rabbit hole goes.
, she moved to Los Angeles in 2014 to pursue a musical career, where she signed with Island Records and released her debut EP, Bubblebath (2016).
In late 2016, she became the face of Sanrio's "Hello Sanrio" collection.
He has worked on projects with Mars Argo and That Poppy that mock celebrity and pop culture.
His more notable videos are a collaboration with That Poppy that includes minimalistic dialogues where Poppy stands against a single color screen and repeats certain phrases and ideas to imitate the brainwashed celebrity stereotype.