FRENCH FOR RABBITS | FLIP GRATER | B'EE July 21, 2013
B'ee is a leading figure in psychedelic folk. Along with a rotating cast of friends, he has recorded under the pseudonyms In Gowan Ring and Birch Book since the mid-90s. His abundant discography is influenced by medieval music and traditional folk ballads.
The American-born musician has built a devoted worldwide following while also making him an authoritative figure with the allure of a modern-day troubadour.
Flip Grater is the stage name of Clare Grater, a singer-songwriter from Christchurch, New Zealand. While I'm Awake I'm At War, her third album, is a folk-inspired collection of songs not dissimilar to Suzanne Vega's frugal style of songwriting.
French For Rabbits is a dream pop duo hailing from Waikuku, a coastal town in the Canterbury region of New Zealand. Fronted by Brooke Singer, their debut EP, Claimed By The Sea, is a lovingly crafted collection of songs inspired by their seaside surroundings. It is Singer and guitarist John Fitzgerald's first concert on European soil.