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Wednesday, Sep 25 2013

There's about to be a whole lot of electro-sexual Peaches power thrust into San Francisco in the next two months. In person! The dynamic anti-gendered superstar is returning to one of the cities that, predictably, first ate up her sexually explicit lyrics and performances throughout the aughts. This fall, we're blessed with Peaches Does Herself, the autobiographical musical performance film she wrote and directed, and she'll be holding a Q&A session in many of the cities hosting its theatrical release. San Francisco gets a particularly Peaches-filled season — she'll be at her film screening at the Roxie, followed by a performance at the Castro Street Faire the next day, and returning again for a final balls-to-the-wall performance on Nov. 9 at Public Works. If you Feel Cream like this girl, you know she's put together something more than just a concert film. It's a full-on 22-song epic that follows Peaches "from bedroom wannabe to electro-rockstar and beyond."

Sat., Oct. 5, 11:15 p.m., 2013

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