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You have to give someone like Peaches credit. Much as I hate to invoke the name of that other singer who has basically set the standard of comparison on a nearly existential level, short of Gaga, Peaches is the only other singer who can be provocative and controversial while still make legitimately infectious dance music. And really, Peaches has been challenging gender norms, social mores and music industry politics for years, before we had any concept of what a Gaga was. Better yet, girl puts on one of the most visually engaging live shows around, and you don’t have to deal with screaming children and disapproving parents surrounding you while you try to drink your PBR in peace at an arena-sized venue. That alone should be reason enough to stick to the original HBIC of stereotype-challenging prog-pop. - Brien Overly

When Friday, November 13, 2015.
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448 S Main St
Los Angeles, CA 90013
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