Petit Biscuit takes us through his fave places in Paris
Electronic producer wunderkind PETIT BISCUIT has been absolutely dominating as of late. The 18-year-old has such a unique knack for giving us summer-ready, glistening production that still has elements of edge and grittiness to it. The way he melts synths with one another to transport you completely is a talent few can master, and he’s done it before his 20th birthday.
Of course, Petit Biscuit is in the country very soon as part of the monstrous Listen Out lineup. So, while the French producer is visiting here, we asked him to give us the best spots of his home country’s capital, Paris!
Very nice bar on the river Seine banks! It used to be a speedway and now it’s pedestrian only. Perfect to have a drink with friends, especially in the end of summer days. There’s a great terrace where you can eat french cuisine while watching ships passing by.
That’s an historical venue near by the “Sacré Coeur” in Montmartre. I played there in 2016! That was an incredible show, like my second in Paris, and the crowd was wild. The place burnt down in 2011, then re-opened after a long period of construction. It looks like an old covered market but in a classy way, you know?
That’s where I often go when I want to eat asian food, it’s a cosy spot with open kitchen. They make delicious japanese noodles and many other things. Not as good as in Tokyo, but still pretty tasty.
Really cool vinyl store, perfect to dig some indie rock stuff. There’s a really friendly atmosphere and the sellers always have the best recommendations. A big part of my vinyl collection comes from there.
One of the best museum in the world in my humble opinion. The building is really amazing, kind of creepy but I like it. This kind of place is really important for imagination, it sometimes can give inspiration for creation. Their permanent contemporary collection is awe-inspiring, and the temporary exhibitions are always on point. Sometimes classic artists, sometimes forward-looking stuff, always of the utmost quality.
Catch Petit Biscuit around the country at Listen Out, as well as his sideshows. Deets below.