Maybe the best thing to do when people call you a prodigy is take it lightly. Seventeen-year-old Marcel Everett, aka XXYYXX, doesn’t seem overly impressed that people are fawning over his experimental electro—he spent much of a 2012 interview with Noisey ruminating about his alleged upper-level role in the Illuminati and referring to Bon Iver as “Bonny Bear.” On the recent single “Pay Attention” and on the two albums he released last year—a self-titled record for the Relief in Abstract label and a self-released collection called Mystify—the Orlando-based young ’un cunningly dices his minimalist beats in such an off-kilter way that it almost negates their danceability, requiring you to dig for the groove and thus thoroughly explore what you’re listening to. It’s mind-boggling to think he’s only been at it for a couple years. His bedroom tracks are sometimes cosmic, with sharp-edged washes of samples speeding past one another, and sometimes seething, with a dark underbelly that crackles and pops while a distorted beat tries to burrow to the surface. Teenagers, am I right? —Kevin Warwick Chvrches headline; XXYYXX opens. Both acts also play at Lincoln Hall on Tue 9/10.