Put your dick in the air – it's the phrase that has everyone talking about singer-songwriter-producer, Peaches, again.
If you're unfamiliar with Peaches, let's catch you up to speed: she is a Canadian musician notorious for raunchy lyrics including, "Fuck the pain away," and "We all want tush, if I'm wrong, impeach my bush." She also frequents headlines for her disregard towards gender norms, and like aforementioned, she's back at it for the first time since 2009. Read More
BY Kathryn Hensch
on Aug 19, 2015
Peaches recently teamed up with Kim Gordon on hew new song, “Close Up,” and now the electronica goddess has released a music video to match. It features all the run-of-the-mill things you'd expect to see in any standard music video: breast milk being shot into someone’s mouth, a wrestling match, pink glitter, and a former member of Sonic Youth wearing a giant fur coat.
In the video, Kim Gordon plays Peaches' angry, vape-obsessed wrestling coach. Read More
BY Narciso Espiritu
on Oct 18, 2013
Today, Peaches Does Herself, the electro-rock opera stage show from iconic musician and performance artist Peaches, premieres at the Quad Cinema in New York City. Known for her provocative gender-bending shows, Peaches has been instrumental in building a more inclusive mainstream and sexually progressive environment. The film recounts the mythical history of Peaches and follows her journey from bedroom musician-wannabe to rock star. Read More
BY Tess Duncan
on Apr 30, 2013
Our favorite gender norm destroyer Peaches will be hosting a very special event this Thursday for the premiere of her new feature film Peaches Does Herself. The screening will take place at the San Francisco International Film Festival, followed by a Q & A with Peaches herself. The opera includes 23 original Peaches songs and includes a cast of crew of over 40. Peaches wrote, directed, and stars in the musical and reviewers are already singing its praises. Read More
BY Tess Duncan
on Apr 30, 2013
Brace yourself because things are about to get dangerous. We've stumbled upon a collection of 30 different shows made up of nearly 400, count 'em FOUR HUNDRED, video clips of prominent female punk figures dating all the way back to the '70s. These videos include documentaries, feature films, and rare interviews and concerts. Watch documentaries on Blondie and the Runaways, a 77-minute interview with the amazing Kate Bush, a talk with queen of punk fashion Vivenne Westwood, and much more. Check out some of the videos below and get ready to fall into a black hole of awesome. Read More
BY BUST Magazine
on Jan 18, 2013
The main Nico event that took place this week was Wednesday night at one of NYC’s coolest and most classic venues, BAM (Brooklyn Academy of Music). When Past And Future Collide - Life Along The Borderline: A Tribute To Nico curated by John Cale. Cale was, of course, a member of The Velvet Underground who knew and worked with Nico producing several of her albums. On The Velvet Underground and Nico and Chelsea Girl, Nico was accompanied by various established musicians. Read More
on May 19, 2011
A few weeks ago we posted the last video created for Peaches "I Feel Cream" release for the song "Mud" but apparently there were two separate videos made for this song, and below is the 2nd, and it's pretty Fierce! We asked Peaches about it, and here's what she had to say:
BUST: Who made the video, and why were two versions done?
Peaches: Jasmin Tarasin made this video. She built a pit with a tractor to have the girls fight in. I met her when she asked me to be involved in her live installation project called LIVE. Read More
BY Eileen Milman
on May 04, 2011
We all know that Peaches likes to get down and dirty, but in this music video "Mud" she's literally getting drenched in dirty water, mud and other crazy gross stuff. Most of the music video features Peaches with mud flying at her face, and when Peaches isn't being barraged by debris, muddy dancers booty shake to the synth heavy beat. Apparently the mud they used for the video, was actually fertilizer. Peaches tells Spinner.com about her collaboration with visual artist and musician Vice Cooler:"Vice bought fertilizer to use as mud. Read More
on Dec 02, 2010
Peaches has always been as nasty as she wants to be. For the last decade, we've fallen hard for her ultra-trashy and super sexy style of electro-punk. But the Canadian-born cocksure shock rocker has a little somethin' up her sleeve to close out twenty-ten: her one-woman rock opera Peaches Christ Superstar
Next Friday, Peaches brings her 90-minute modern twist to Sir Tim Rice and Sir Andrew Lloyd Webber's legendary 1971 opus Jesus Christ Superstar to the States. For Peaches, it's somewhat of a pipe dream that's been taking shape since her teenage days. Read More
BY Eliza C. Thompson
on Dec 04, 2009
This review is long overdue -- but cut me some slack, it's hard to be a double intern and a retail employee during the holiday season. A couple of weeks ago, I saw Amanda Blank and Peaches at Terminal 5 in NYC, and it pretty much made my month. Amanda Blank, who I've described to friends as a hip-hop heir of Peaches, kicked everything off with a bang, warming up the crowd with her in-your-face lyrics and dance-tastic beats.
Blank was wearing a crazy outfit that a normal person could only dream of pulling off: a neon, fringed, zebra and leopard-print leotard with cutouts in the sides. Read More