Kid Sister’s IRL big bro, DJ J2K, has, as one half of Flosstradamus, spent the past couple years pushing their aggressive rap-EDM fusion to larger and larger audiences, but her own neo-hip-house has been better for longer. These days, it seems as though the biggest problem with 2009’s Ultraviolet, a record that at the time was knocked for coming out so much later than expected, was that it came out a couple years too soon. And while she may not be able to afford Ultraviolet producers like Steve Angello and Sebastian Ingrosso, new tracks like the Frank Ski–sampling “Hoes in This House” should be more than enough to lure you to tonight’s Glasslands show. Arrive early for Nadus’s opening set, which should feature the incredible Newark DJ cutting between local club hits and his own recent explorations into Chicago footwork.
Wed., Feb. 12, 8:30 p.m., 2014
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