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An iconic feminist musician, producer, director, and performance artist, Peaches has spent nearly two decades pushing boundaries and wielding immeasurable influence over mainstream pop culture from outside of its confines, carving a bold, sexually progressive path in her own image that's opened the door for countless others to follow. She’s collaborated with everyone from Iggy Pop and Daft Punk to Kim Gordon and Major Lazer, had her music featured cultural watermarks like Lost In Translation, The Handmaid's Tale, and Broad City among others, and seen her work studied at universities around the world.
Dubbed a “genuine heroine” by the New York Times, Peaches has released five critically acclaimed studio albums blending electronic music, hip-hop, and punk rock while tackling gender politics, sexual identity, ageism, and the patriarchy. Uncut has raved that her work brought together "high art, low humour and deluxe filth [in] a hugely seductive combination,” while Rolling Stone called her “surreally funny [and] nasty.”
An equally prolific visual artist, Peaches has directed over twenty of her own videos, designed one of the most raw and creative stage shows in popular music, and has appeared at modern art’s most prestigious gatherings, from Art Basel Miami to the Venice Biennale. On top of it all, she mounted a one-woman production of 'Jesus Christ Superstar’—redubbed ‘Peaches Christ Superstar’—which earned international raves, composed and performed the electro-rock opera 'Peaches Does Herself,' which premiered at the Toronto International Film Festival, and sang the title role in a production of Monteverdi's epic 17th-century opera 'L’Orfeo' in Berlin.
It’s all documented beautifully in the new book 'What Else Is In The Teaches Of Peaches,' a collection of Holger Talinski's photos accompanied by text from Yoko Ono, Ellen Page, and Michael Stipe among others, that follow Peaches onstage and behind the scenes as she conquers new artistic heights. Her latest album, ‘Rub,’ is her most audacious and unequivocal work to date, and she continues to tour behind it relentlessly, spreading joy and empowerment around the world as she mixes the profane and the political in the singular way that only Peaches can.