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Join the Flosstradamus Dance Party on Saturday Night at Brooklyn Steel

December 28th, 2017

Autobot (Curt Cameruci) and J2K (Josh Young) teamed up to form Flosstradamus more than a decade ago in Chicago. Mashing up house, techno, electro and R&B, they quickly won over fans around town—and then the country—with their all-inclusive dance parties. One of their many strengths is that they know how to have a good time, and that comes across when they perform live, which is probably why the progressive-dance DJs have earned the reputation as party starters, whether it’s in a small club or on a big festival stage. And although Young left the band about a year ago, Flosstradamus is still going strong. With the current tour winding down, Flosstradamus comes to Brooklyn Steel on Saturday night. So come join the dance party and arrive early enough to catch the Phantoms DJ set.

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Grow a Pair: Win Free Tickets to See Flosstradamus on 7/23

July 19th, 2016

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Flosstradamus hit Music Hall of Williamsburg for a late appearance on Saturday night. The show sold out quickly, but The House List is giving away two tickets. Don’t have any of your own and still want to go? No worries. Try to Grow a Pair. Just fill out the form below, making sure to include your full name, e-mail address, which show you’re trying to win tickets to (Flosstradamus, 7/23) and a brief message explaining what you love so much about the Chicago trap duo. Eddie Bruiser, who’s been a fan for quite some time, will notify the winner by Friday. Good luck.

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Double Down with Two Nights of Flosstradamus at Terminal 5

December 10th, 2014

J2K (Josh Young) and Autobot (Curt Cameruci) teamed up to form Flosstradamus eight years ago in Chicago. Mashing up house, techno, electro and R&B, they quickly won over fans around town—and then the country—with their all-inclusive dance parties. One of their many strengths is that they know how to have a good time, and that comes across when they perform live, which is probably why the progressive-dance DJs have earned the reputation as party starters, whether it’s in a small club or on a big festival stage. They’ve been busy recently traveling across America, but before their tour ends, Flosstradamus hit New York City for two nights to play Terminal 5 on Friday and Saturday. So come join the dance party. GTA and Curtis Williams with Two-9 open both shows.