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One Question Interviews: Lunaire

Lunaire

SPB: Earlier this year you posted a picture of your drum kit in a basketball hall - is that the strangest place you've ever recorded, and if not, where was that?

Lunaire: We have recorded in a lot of places. We've recorded on top of a dormant volcano in a national park, by a river, in a farmer's field, a derelict bungalo, inside a cool bus and our house. Some of those were just to get cool samples and some of them were so no one could hear us!

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Words by Cheryl on Dec. 11, 2013, 8:14 a.m.

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