Peaches and Dreams: On Tour and Out and About With Peaches

Peaches and Dreams: On Tour and Out and About With Peaches

By Juliette Jones

Berlin-based photographer Holger Talinski captures the 'magic and the realities' of Peaches on tour in What Else Is in the Teaches of Peaches. 4 Aug 2015 // 2:05 AM

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18 Nov 2004 // 11:00 PM

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Imagine that you wake up one morning to find your house in disarray. You walk downstairs from your bedroom only to feel a cold draft

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Unless you are the kind of club kid who spends his or her Saturday nights working up a lather in an oversized hot box rubbing

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17 Nov 2004 // 11:00 PM

	VHS or Beta: Night on Fire

Moving one step further from their French techno influences and one step closer to their own side of the Atlantic, their latest release is a riotous homage to the second British invasion that brought us dance music worthy of headphones and a soundtrack for the seedier dramas of the '80s.

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It’s a risky move using the word “kids” in a band name. As a matter of denotation, hell, use whatever words you want, but

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	The Music: Welcome to the North

So yeah, it’s true that I was one of a small handful to champion The Music’s debut release. The album took a risk,

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	Mike Keneally and the Metropole Orkest: The Universe Will Provide

The Universe Will Provide is not for everyone. Mike Keneally’s latest launch into the musical ether falls into the cliché category of “you’re

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17 Nov 2004 // 11:00 PM

	Jean Grae: This Week

“Something there is that doesn’t love a wall”: that arbitrary division locking in the distance between pine trees and apple-orchards; commercial hip-hop and underground

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Thirty-five years ago, the United States was steeped in an unpopular war, the nation was culturally divided, and John Fogerty couldn’t stand to sit

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