Red Women's Dance Party

Most people remember DJ Spinderella from her heyday as a member of the groundbreaking female rap trio Salt-N-Pepa. But the Brooklyn native can hold her own in a rowdy nightclub. Unlike those new-school laptop DJs, she works the turntables with zeal, licking her fingers and flicking her wrists as she mashes up classic R&B and old-school hip-hop hits, e.g.: Public Enemy, Run DMC, and Rick James. Visiting town for Pride Week, Spinderella will be spinning vinyl at the Red Women's Dance Party and probably signing a few autographs, too (if you ask nicely). I'm hoping she also indulges us Salt-N-Pepa fans by stepping up to the mic for a live rendition of “Push It.” Also note the alternate Red Men's Dance Party for guys at Neumos, featuring DJ Brian Gorr, same time tonight. (21 and over.) ERIKA HOBART

Fri., June 24, 10 p.m., 2011

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