Rochester-rooted electro, hip-hop, and soul troupe, Filthy Funk, is reuniting to rock a rendition of its 2009 album, "Eklectric." Since 2002, the band has played its funky beats and soaring vocals on stages around the Northeast. FF took a bit of a hiatus the last few years while its core three members were igniting other music projects. Vocalist Danielle Ponder recently returned from a tour through Europe with her band The Tomorrow People. Ponder, along with Nick Murray, John Viviani and Devon Tramell will take the stage Saturday along with a few featured guests. Subsoil and DJ Tim Tones also play.
Filthy Funk plays Saturday, December 19, at Flour City Station, 170 East Avenue. 8:30 p.m. $7.50-$10. flourcitystation.com.