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New Music Tuesday!


Tons of tasty new tunes at a record store near you today. My pick is the new release by Peaches. I Feel Cream brings us another serving of the Toronto artist's signature sound - throbbing electroclash draped in sweaty, salty sexual overtones. But there's much more to this LP than carbon copies of "Fuck the Pain Away." Peaches branches out on I Feel Cream, incorporating neo-soul and R&B into the indie-dance-floor sound that makes it so easy for even the prudest of prudes to sing along to blush-inducing lyrics, many of which straddle a fine line between brilliant and absurd ("Big trouble in little Mangina").

Pick it up. Get your next party started riiiight.

Talk To Me - Peaches

Billionaire - Peaches