Like the majority of Peaches output, her new album, Rub, hits hard. Lyrically the album deals with themes such as sex and politics. Musically, Peaches production defies genre pigeon-holing. Kim Gordon of Sonic Youth and fellow Canadian, Feist make guest appearances on the opening and closing tracks respectively.
6/10 Jack Customer review, 27th July 2017
This album is pretty rap heavy, and involves some rapping with guest female rappers. The beats are electronic, but seem a little more gruelling and repetitive than they are whimsical or catchy, which is what I have come to expect out of Peaches. Unfortunately, there doesn't seem to be much synthesiser or guitar melody to the accompaniment, which is what I was hoping to see, and instead there is more drum machine stuff, and a lot of it seems bland, repetitive, and not significantly varied between the different songs on the album.
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