Canadian electro-punk star Peaches boomed onto the dance scene with her raucous rap style and vulgar brand of overtly-sexual pop tunes. With cutting-edge electronic drum beats and indulgent guitar riffs, Peaches' 2006 album, Impeach My Bush, brought a hard-hitting, raw vibe to electronic rock. The former music teacher turned fowl-mouthed rocker sings about dirty sex, politics and the art of partying. Known for her over-the-top "KISS-style" live shows and extravagant stage fashion, Peaches' hard-hitting music is all about fun. She has even collaborated with artists like Joan Jett, Beth Ditto and Leslie Feist. Peaches' upfront, in-your-face songs aim to raise hell and take no prisoners.