Prepare for a hedonist's delight: Avenue D is coming to Cowtown to "slap its leather-clad ass." Widely regarded as the queens of electroclash, the D girls -- that's Debbie D and Daphne D -- have vamped at such venues as New York's CBGB and the Pussycat Lounge, and Boy George himself has flown them to London for gigs. Responsible for hit tracks such as "Do I Look Like a Slut?" and "The Sex That I Need," Avenue D is known for drool-inducing live shows full of silly, sexy and sometimes satirical ("War Sucks and Bang!") songs -- not to mention very little clothing. The duo's stunning ability to mesh rap, hardcore and classic '80s camp even won over the New York Times (which called Avenue D "the most entertaining" act in a star-studded show). The double-D divas bring their frisky, hard-hitting beats and ass-shaking act to 60 South on Monday, August 26. (Rad and the Compact Draculas are also on the bill.) Plan to be there: These girls don't take no for an answer.