The Bunker presents Filastine, Mad E.P., DJ Movement, Roxy Pain, and Antonius Block at subTonic

The Bunker presents Filastine, Mad E.P., DJ Movement, Roxy Pain, and Antonius Block at subTonic
107 Norfolk Street
21+, 9p-4a

We are thrilled that Filastine has decided to make another stop at the Bunker. His set with various members of the Infernal Noise Brigade was the highlight at the Bunker the night before the RNC protests began (definitely one of the best nights we've ever had). He plays ridiculous fukt up lactose intolerant (no cheese) global breaks ... tribal / desert rhythms that crawl down your spine and put your hips in motion.

Mad E.P. is an old friend of the Bunker who hasn't played for us in some time. Since he last played, he has released some records on Ad Noiseam which got huge props for The Wire and many others. Tonight we've asked him to bring his danciest fukt up breaks.

Tonight is also DJ Movement's final night with us for at least 2 months as he's going up to Massachusettes to do horseshoe crab research. He is planning a very special suprise for his set tonight ... but you'll have to show up to see exactly what that means.

If you've ever seen one of those beautiful posters for Oneida, Broke Review, or the many yummy Mighty Robot shows, you've seen the great screen printing work of Kayrock and friends. Remarkably, even more amazing is the glorious rock project, also from Kayrock and friends - Roxy Pain. Now we are not one for manifestos, but Roxy Pain has one and its worth the paper they hand printed it on (And so much more). The essence: NO PERFORMANCE SHOULD EXCEED 20 MINUTES. And they honor this with all the raw power and firce integrity one would expect from a great, GREAT band. Now, we don't want to tell you what to do, but we strongly encourage you to see these people. They rock like no one - at the witching hour no less.

Antonius Block is the first band to ever get booked for an upstairs Bunker gig by simply sending us a demo. That's really saying something as we get tons of demos. They are a trio who make very unique somewhat understated rock music. It's a bit hard to describe, but we like it alot and you can hear it for yourself on their website.