advance tickets, $10-25:
The Bunker returns with our second two room extravaganza at Elsewhere. We recognize that we had some problems at our first event at Elsewhere and assure you steps are being taken to improve your experience. The venue has heard our criticisms and responded with changes in staffing, layout and policy. We will be monitoring the entry and coat check line closely at this event to make sure your wait time to enter the venue is as brief as we can possibly make it.
We’ve been working on this lineup for a long time and are excited to share it with you. When we presented Paranoid London’s American debut performance back in September 2015, they completely tore the house down and really connected with The Bunker resident DJs and our crowd. We’ve been dying to bring them back ever since and our schedules have finally aligned to make this possible. If you’re a fan of their records (who isn’t?) then their live PA in The Hall is not something to miss. Continuing the theme of ACID, we’ve invited the mysterious producer Jasen Loveland to play a live analog set in The Hall. In spite of recent releases on Acid Camp and Interdimensional Transmissions, info about Loveland is scant, but track titles like “F--K 6-6 (Trip Report Mix)”, “Ground Score”, and “Paranoid Fantasy” are starting to tell the story of this deranged acid warrior. Look out for some original productions and remixes from him dropping on The Bunker New York in the first half of 2018. Opening and closing The Hall, we have acid brothers and The Bunker resident DJs Mike Servito and Derek Plaslaiko doing an extended back to back set. As anyone who has experienced their b2bs at The Bunker, Panorama Bar, and No Way Back can attest, there is always something special in the air when they share the decks. Headlinging
Zone One is Jane Fitz, who was unable to make it for her set in January due to the weather, and we are extremely pleased that she was able to join us at this party. A resident of Freerotation, one of the most renowned festivals in Britain, her debut at The Bunker last year turned a lot of heads and we’ve been dying to have her back ever since. We have a cast of Brooklyn all stars filling in the rest of the Zone One lineup, including a late night live set from Further Reductions (aka Shawn and Katie O’Sullivan), who put out one of our favorite records of 2017 on Knekelhuis. Longtime member of The Bunker family Abby Echiverri, who has new music coming out on The Bunker soon, will also be playing live, while Clay Wilson and rrao will be opening and closing the night.
We will program the 4 live sets across the two rooms so you can catch them all if that’s your thing.