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Interview: Flip Grater

Interview: Flip Grater

Wednesday 2nd April, 2014 12:54PM

Recording in a smoke-filled, whiskey-drenched Parisian studio sounds like something from the top of any singer-songwriters bucket list. For Flip Grater it almost happened by accident. The Christchurch-born musician had made a habit of living out of a suitcase, shifting from city to city, country to country, before eventually falling in love with the city of, well, love.

While in Paris, Flip managed to wrangle some time in Studio Pigalle, located in the infamous Quartier Pigalle, known for its sex shops and adult shows (think Moulin Rouge). There she recorded her fourth studio album, named Pigalle in homage, which is set for release on Friday and is supported by a five-date tour of New Zealand. We had a quick catch up with Flip about her time in France and overcoming language barriers in a foreign recording studio.

Click here to read the full interview with Flip and for details on here tour.


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