As evidenced by her new short film/video, Peaches is a tormenter of foreign masseuses across the land – who enjoys engaging in a little intentional cameltoe from time to time. In a self-parodying spoof-interview video for her song Show Stopper, reality and fiction blur as we follow what begins as a conventional massage and ends [...]
The fourth video from Peaches’ latest blast of sex-freak chic I Feel Cream has arrived, and the gift just keeps on giving. Serpentine, the first track on the album, comes to life as she prances, strips and spins through the streets in this the low-budget grainy sexcapade. Come get it while it's hot.
A few weeks back, we had the pleasure of hanging out with all female "supercovergroup" Chelsea Girls at The Roxy. If you haven't heard of them, think Metal Skool / Steel Panther, but better, and way easier to look at.
Peaches' newst album, I Feel Cream, is her most romantic to date. Which may sound like a bit of a downer, if you're a big fan of classics like Shake Yer Dix, Stuff Me Up, Tent In Your Pants, or of course, Fuck The Pain Away.
It's that time again, boys and girls- after a month or so of digging, I present to you the latest batch of cover songs that stand out above the rest. Along the way, I was reminded of exactly why 311 should never be let near instruments or microphones ever again (their take on The Cure's Lovesong), and was forced to ask the question: who the fuck told Atreyu it was a good idea to cover You Give Love A Bad Name?