Petra Skibsted has set out to wipe out the norms of today’s music industry as we know them.
The non-binary artist has created the moniker Peachlyfe.
Between 2016 and 2018, Peachlyfe released a cassette-based trilogy – each chapter is called Beach, Bleach and Preach – singing about being non-conform, both in terms of gender, sexuality and music. It’s personal and addictive stuff that both invites you to dance and to be dazzled by the swaying sounds.
Peachlyfe has in recent years turned towards club music. Fast, hard-pounding techno beats combined with dark synths. A soundtrack for a dark trip down the rabbit hole. Just have a listen to Peachlyfe’s latest release, Swamplyfe. It’ll give you a good sense of what is cooking here – and that you can most certainly expect a high-energetic dance party when Peachlyfe takes control of the machines at GRASP.