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Peaches teaches the legacy of "Canadian music legend" Carole Pope

In a shout out to her Canadian compatriot, Peaches sat down in Berlin to pay homage to the musician she was struck by as a teen: the iconic Carole Pope.

Canadian electronic music icon pays tribute to her Rough Trade inspiration

Peaches is a pop music innovator. Listen to her talk about the Canadian musician who turned her head almost all the way around, when she was a teenager. 2:20

Peaches is an electronic musician, artist and performer whose stage presence echoes her music: brave, declarative and loud.

Originally from Toronto, the artist born Merrill Nisker has gone on to work with musicians from Christina Aguilera to Major Lazer, while her own stuff has been featured in numerous films. You may remember the strip club scene from Lost in Translation.

So when CBC Arts got the chance to spend a little time with Peaches in Berlin, we wanted to know who her influences were. Listen to Peaches discussing one of her heroes: Carole Pope of Rough Trade.

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This short doc was filmed by Stephanie Comilang.

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