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An iconic feminist musician, producer, director, and performance artist, Peaches has spent two decades forging a bold, sexually progressive path through popular culture that’s opened the doors for countless others to follow. She first catapulted to international stardom with her “surreally funny [and] nasty” (Rolling Stone) 2000 debut, 'The Teaches of Peaches,' an album which upended stereotypes and embraced taboos as it introduced the world to Peaches’ raunchily explosive persona. Since then, she’s released four more critically acclaimed albums—prompting the New York Times to dub her a genuine “heroine” and Uncut to rave that she brings together "high art, low humour and deluxe filth [in] a hugely seductive combination”—in addition to collaborating with everyone from Iggy Pop and Daft Punk to Kim Gordon and Yoko Ono. Her music has been honored with the prestigious Polaris Heritage Prize, been featured in cultural watermarks like Lost In Translation, The Handmaid’s Tale, and Broad City, and studied at universities around the world.