Torque brings drum & bass veteran DJ Rap to Native Social Bar


The longest-running drum & bass night in Central Florida recently returned to Native after a few months off, and the booking is starting to get pretty impressive again. This week sees DJ Rap, a U.K. DJ and producer whose debut album, Learning Curve, sold more than 3 million copies back in 1999, back when that was a feasible thing for a drum & bass artist to do. She’s dipped a toe into dubstep territory on some recent tracks, but expect tonight to be all about skittering snares and low, nasty bass.

10 p.m. Monday; Native Social Bar, 27 W. Church St.; $10;


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