The Bunker Limited New Year's Eve at Brooklyn Warehouse To Be Annouced
The Bunker Limited New Year's Eve at Brooklyn Warehouse To Be Annouced address released to ticket holders only 21+, 10p-8a
Patrick Russell is a true veteran of the US underground, perhaps one of the last unsung heroes of a now lost era in the Midwest. A genuine sonic storyteller, he magically transforms the diaspora of acid, IDM, and pure jack energy into a deep, fluent sonic dialog that never fails to devastate both minds and dance floor.
A Detroit-bred DJ, artist and producer active since the early 90's, Patrick has now made New York City his home. Perhaps best known as a key figure in the legendary No Way Back parties, his ability to weave intensely unique, long-format narratives has earned him critical acclaim for his recent appearance at Berghain, not to mention featured spots at festivals such as Japan’s famed Labyrinth, Unsound, and his numerous appearances at DEMF/Movement. Patrick has also been steadily building a strong catalog of high-profile productions to compliment his increasingly varied, hypnotic, and in-demand DJ sets; his upcoming 3-track remix EP on The Bunker New York also marks his induction as an official resident DJ at the long-running Brooklyn party.
His consummate taste and disciplined execution have created a respect that cannot be purchased. Patrick Russell is not just a name to watch, he is someone to be experienced.SOUNDCLOUD FACEBOOK TWITTER RESIDENT ADVISOR RESIDENT ADVISOR FEATURE, NOVEMBER, 2016 PATRICK RUSSELL MIX: LABYRINTH 2015 (MIX RELEASED SEPTEMBER, 2017)
Nihal Ramchandani is a regular at The Bunker who has joined us a few times behind the decks and blown the room apart every time.SOUNDCLOUD
DJ, producer and electronics artist Antenes operates a laboratory of self-made sequencers and modular synthesizers built in the name of rhythmic, sonic, and spatial exploration. Tracing the lineage of synthesizer operation to vintage telephone equipment and inspired by the Buchla 100, her curious studio discipline of manipulating repurposed switchboards was fueled by the desire to breathe new life into long-silenced machines, transforming signal paths through which voices once travelled into sequences that burst with percussive energy and evolving textures, bouncing sound through sound like so many distant AM radio stations on a late night drive. Her 2015 solo production debut, The Track of a Storm EP on L.I.E.S. reveals three tracks of otherworldly techno infused with “lazer shot synthwork,” “ghostly noise layers,” “muscular bass shapes and sparking percussions," appearing on the 2015 best-of lists for Juno and Fact magazine.
A Brooklyn resident by way of Chicago, Antenes' eclectic DJ sets dive into acid-laced techno, shimmering electro, shadowy atmospheres and beyond. With an upcoming EP due out on The Bunker NY in early 2018, she has been kept busy behind the decks of underground events globally, including The Bunker New York, De School Amsterdam, Tresor Berlin, Corsica Studios London and more.ANTENES.NET SOUNDCLOUD RESIDENT ADVISOR THE BUNKER PODCAST 142: ANTENES (FEBRUARY, 2017) RESIDENT ADVISOR FEATURE: "PLAYING FAVORITES" FEBRUARY, 2017
Techno producer Justin Cudmore’s coming-of-age as a fan and creator of dance music happened amidst the wide expanses of central Illinois. As a kid growing up in the state’s tucked-away capital of Springfield, he played the drums at home and in school as a jazz percussionist. But where most of his peers were tuned into pop music, Justin was wearing out self-made mixes and classic disco compilations. As a college student Justin dove further into electronic music, workshopping new-wave influenced beats in bands and DJing parties, primarily at the club night Physical Challenge, which he started in 2007.
He moved to Chicago after college and began working for the influential dance music blog Little White Earbuds, which opened him up to the city’s thriving underground house and techno scene. Currently, Justin is a fixture across Brooklyn, popping up on dance floors and behind booths. 2016 saw his 12” debut on Honey Soundsystem Records (HNYTRX) featuring remixes by Mike Servito and Gunnar Haslam. The trio have taken their Hotmix party and sound across Brooklyn, most recently for all-night tag sets at The Bunker NY.
Through it all, Justin has remained a student of history who recognizes that house and techno still drip with the sweat of its pioneers. Much like the teenager who burrowed deep into his own mind, Justin prefers old sounds over new. He has spent years digging into crates both digital and physical, gathering inspiration for his own productions, which marry snaking acid lines and bouncy grooves to samples that have remained close to his heart. 2017 will see Justin continue to push forward with new releases and remix collaborations.SOUNDCLOUD FACEBOOK RESIDENT ADVISOR PROFILE OF JUSTIN FROM THE SEQUENCER MIXMAG FEATURE AND MIX FROM NOVEMBER, 2018 WAV X MIXMAG VIDEO PROFILE JANUARY, 2019
It's been awhile since we've welcomed former resident DJ at The Bunker Unjust into the fold.SOUNDCLOUD
The Bunker Limited is back, with our first LTD party since New Year's Eve 2 years ago! We have a 300 person warehouse venue in Brooklyn that we think you're going to love. You've heard Tsunami Bass Sound System at our events for years now, but you've never heard their FULL rig at The Bunker, which will be powering this event.
For those of you who want to come celebrate at midnight with us, we have Unjust providing a warm opening set. For those of you who want to toast at home and come a little later, we'll have peak time sets from The Bunker's rising stars Antenes and Justin Cudmore. If you're looking for some afterhours action, we have Patrick Russell and Nihal Ramchandani closing the night with a rare extended b2b set that should take us to the outer limits of our minds.
If you're sick of big amateur hour crowds and NYE hype, this is the party for you.
PLEASE READ THESE GUIDELINES BEFORE PURCHASING YOUR TICKETS:
The venue address will be released only to ticket holders on the day of the event. Location is convenient to the L train in Ridgewood. We will not be posting the address on any social media and ask that you respect that refrain from posting it publicly.
By paying to get in, you agree to and fully understand that we operate legally DRY and have promised the local authorities we are strictly 21+, do not allow any sale of alcohol or drugs on the premises, and will NOT congregate in the street or create issues for our neighbors. Full compliance is required for entry.
There is no alcohol sold or permitted on site with the EXCEPTION of PERSONAL FLASKS and unmarked refillable water bottles. Anyone found in violation will be denied entry or removed without refund. No exceptions. If you would like to liquor up otherwise, there are several bars in the area.