The Bunker presents M.A.N.D.Y., Oliver Hacke, Deadbeat, Jordan Dare, and Lera at subTonic
The Bunker presents M.A.N.D.Y., Oliver Hacke, Deadbeat, Jordan Dare, and Lera at subTonic 107 Norfolk Street 21+, 10p-4a
$15 ($10 with rsvp to email@example.com)
M.A.N.D.Y. run the super-hot Get Physical label in Berlin with DJ T and Booka Shade. Thier "Body Language" mix CD, released on Get Physical earlier this year, has made them some of the most sought after electro-house DJs in the world. They have been a leading force in dance music the past couple years, with records in virtually every DJ's bag.
Oliver Hacke is a rising star in the international techno community. He released his debut album, "Subject Carrior", on Trapez last year to much critical acclaim. His tracks have been included on mixes by Superpitcher, Thomas Brinkmann, Triple R, and Wighnomy Brothers. He has released many incredible 12"s on Trapez, including the incredible "Der Vampir Von Dusseldorf", one of the most sought after Trapez Limited releases to date. He is a favorite of all of us here at the Bunker, so you hear his tracks grace our dancefloor quite often. Those of you who made it to his DJ set at Wolf+Lamb earlier this year know that he is a formidable DJ with great taste and mixing skills.
All three Deadbeat full lengths on ~scape have been spun many times in the early evening at the Bunker, and they usually bring the trainspotters running up to find out what the hell it is. Scott Monteith (aka Deadbeat) makes impossibly deep digital dub that somehow avoids all of the dub cliches and puts a fresh spin on the decades-old genre. As amazing as the albums are, you really have to see the live set to fully appreciate the sound.