When: Fri., April 13, 10 p.m. 2012
Though the recent glut of musical acts with un-Google-able names and top-secret identities looks to be a reaction to the ubiquity of search engines and social networks, the anonymity of DJ and production duo Tiger & Woods is apparently a nod to electronic dance music's heyday, when illicit white-label remixes of popular songs—whether released by a superstar DJ or a total unknown—absolutely required a pseudonym. Self-described as "future boogie," the pair's work is built around tight electro rhythms and loops of thinly sliced samples that recall the decadent only-the-good-stuff vibe of Jimmy Jam and Terry Lewis's finest material and the disco and funk edits that became house music's foundational texts. —Miles Raymer Jacques Renault and Kid Color open.
Price: $15, $12 before midnight, $10 in advance