Boomkat Product Review:
Peaches is still going? Very much so, as it turns out. Sounding only marginally less ridiculous than usual on these songs, Merrill Nisker isn't showing too many signs of slowing down, but I Feel Cream stops short of some of those lewd and ludicrous heights Peaches has previously reached. The album's title track serves as a pretty good example of what she's up to nowadays: fashioning solid, almost dignified electronic pop songs. The chorus sounds a bit like the falsetto bridge sequence in Kylie's 'Can't Get You Out Of My Head' and as with so much of the album the production is eminently credible and contemporary - no doubt attributable to the list of talents assembled behind the mixing desk; while the lion's share of the record is undertaken by Simian Mobile Disco, further key contributions come from Soulwax, Shapemod and Digitalism. Good stuff.