Lecture: Peaches (Madrid 2011)
Peaches is truly an exceptional artist. Her stark electronic beats coupled with highly sexual rock, provocative lyrics and flamboyant live shows have all served to create a fearless persona, breaking down gender stereotypes way before Lady Gaga was singing her first notes. With an early music career in folk, she later joined forces with Chilly Gonzales, relocated from Toronto to Berlin, played one spontaneous over-the-top gig, and got a record deal. Subsequently, her releases have earned her an international cult following, with her sounds influencing everyone from Daft Punk to cinema directors like Sofia Coppola. Raunchy never sounded so good. Watch her in conversation with RBMA's own, Nick D.