After months in the studios recording their next CD, singer Jade Starr and her troupe of transsexuals and lesbians, known as Dreadcircus, are set to launch their latest album this week before jetsetting to Adelaide for the Feast festival.
They will be joined on tour by Ikochi, an Asian transsexual band that promises to deliver a high-energy show thanks to its unique sound spanning the traditions of the Japanese Showa era through to rockabilly and punk.
Bass player Kota and drummer Datsuke will join Ikochi’s stunning transsexual lead singer and guitarist Chikako at the events.
But before the groups hit the road they will be playing at the Sandringham in Newtown on Thursday 15 November, then at Slide on Sunday 18 November with She Is.
Tickets for the Sandringham gig are $12 and the event starts at 8pm. The Slide event starts at 7pm. Tickets for dinner and show are $60 and the show only is $20. For more information, check out www.dreadcircus.com.

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