Peaches + Light Fires came together to commemorate Will Munro and the launch of Sarah Liss’s book, “Army of Lovers: A Community History of Will Munro” at Lee’s Palace in Toronto on October 22, 2013. It was the perfect pairing of music + queerness.
Gentleman Reg’s alter-ego, Regina was channeling Sandra Bernhard with her witty commentary in between tracks from her debut album “FACE”. She is definitely a force to be reckoned with when she takes the stage with her perfectly choreographed leg kicks and dance moves.
Peaches always delivers a memorable performance and she didn’t disappoint. She played a DJ set that covered all her best songs like “Talk to Me” and “Fuck the Pain Away”, several costume changes and champagne for everyone as seen in the photos below.
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Here are some of the highlights from Janelle Monae’s Toronto show in her signature black & white. These grainy, high contrast shots look like stills from a long forgotten sci-fi film. This was undoubtedly the best performance I’ve seen all year and produced some of my favorite concert photos.
“The electric lady did not lie, and her back up team of ten dancers and musicians kept the crowd alive with dazzling smiles and swift kicks. The “I Want You Back” Jackson 5 cover and accompanying dances reminded us that if MJ was the master, then Janelle Monae is the mistress of the moonwalk. Rather than just crowd surf, this Q.U.E.E.N. swam her way through the Kool Haus.”
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