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Felix da Housecat

He may hate the word “electroclash,” but Chicago house hero Felix Stallings, Jr. (aka Felix Da Housecat) is among that genre’s most lauded survivors. Mentored by acid-house innovator DJ Pierre, Stallings broke into the mainstream via 2001’s Kittenz and Thee Glitz. Anchored by the singles “Madame Hollywood” and “Silver Screen Shower Scene” (both featuring French vocalist Miss Kittin), the album led to major remix projects and a collab with Sean Diddy Combs. Sober after years of raising hell as the “Mezcalateer,” the Grammy nominee lands at Jack Rabbit for a DJ set on the heels of 2015’s Narrative of Thee Blast Illusion.

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  • Jack Rabbit

    6322 San Pedro Ave., San Antonio Central

    (210) 202-8989

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