Are you sexually frustrated?
Pent up tension got your panties in a bind?
If you’re “only double-A” but “thinking triple-X,” like-minded rap-punker Peaches will be offering her libido-liberating wisdom on Oct. 12 at Transit, headlining the Electroclash 2002 tour.
Peaches’ live performance is a one-woman burlesque showcase.
Alone with her Roland MC-505 groovebox (nicknamed “the MC5”), the rebel diva doesn’t hide behind anything besides one pair of bad ass aviators.
She takes pride in her “nice little bum” and sports hotpants and latex to the delight of the fashion and rock elite, who fawn over her risqué cleverness.
Even Givenchy and Prada models have strut to Peaches’ purr, following her recently completed tour with And You Will Know Us By the Trail of Dead and Queens of the Stone Age.
Infused with proto-hip-hop bass and wicked beats, the electro-punk of the Peach has been captured on The Teaches of Peaches, a two-CD set (featuring bonus material) released for the first time domestically on XL Recordings/Beggars Group.
While Moaning lust on the deliciously raunchy Teaches (boasting tracks entitled “Diddle My Skittle” and “Lovertits”), Peaches makes her lesson simple: leave your inhibitions at the door and then dance your ass off.
Peaches will be at Transit, 600 Spring Garden St., on Saturday, Oct. 12, 9 p.m. Tickets are $15 (door). Call 215-925-8878 for more info.
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