10 p.m. • Maruso Street Food Bar, 715 Hennepin Av. S. • 18-plus • free

Over the past few years footwork has gone global, transcending the Chicago gymnasiums and roller rinks from which it came. Alongside his late Teklife mate DJ Rashad, Cornelius "Traxman" Ferguson helped pioneer the skittering, snare-happy descendant of ghetto house and, more closely, juke. Released on influential U.K. label Planet Mu, Ferguson's frenetically minimalistic "Da Mind of a Traxman Vol. 2" was met with acclaim last year. The DJ-producer brings his quick-tempo, percussive click-clacks to the sparse taco bar next to Bar Fly for the monthly D:160 party. With St. Louis' DMY and locals D'jo, the Kid Vicious, Dirtydub and 2Tall. Michael Rietmulder

Sisters With Soul

9 p.m. • 7th Street Entry • 18-plus • $10-$12

Reminiscent of the sorely missed, influential B-Girl Be festivals of the mid-'00s, this week's Sisters With Soul concert brings together some of the Twin Cities' more interesting young female hip-hop and R&B makers. North Minneapolis native the Lioness, a veteran local rapper at 26 years old, has opened for the likes of Slick Rick and Doug E. Fresh and carries a similar old-school sound. Neo-soul singer-songwriter K. Raydio landed on our 2014 Twin Cities Critics Tally with her slow-grooving, forward-thinking album "LucidDreamingSkylines." Edgy rappers Dra Muzic and BdotCroc, both barely old enough to drink, round out the lineup along with DJ Keezy.Chris Riemenschneider