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  • Indiewire

    Peaches Talks Gay Rights, Performance Art and Making the Jump to Filmmaking With 'Peaches Does Herself'

    For over a decade, electroclash punk artist Peaches has danced a wild line between pop artist and provocateur. Now she can add "filmmaker" to that resume.

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    TIFF Capsule Review: 'Peaches Does Herself'

    Toronto-born, Berlin-based electronic musician and singer Peaches plays herself in the concert film “Peaches Does Herself,” a no-holds-barred explosion of post-punk and neo-queer performance art that mixes song, music, dance, theater, costumes and nudity. Born Merrill Beth Nisker in 1966, though she doesn’t look older than 25 or thereabouts, Peaches performs songs on a Berlin stage from her various albums, including “Teaches of Peaches,” “Fatherfucker” and “Impeach My Bush,” with her radical, sexually explicit and often queer- and transgender-themed lyrics accompanied by musicians, danc...

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