The Bunker presents Electro Strikes Back with Egg Foo Young and Coin Op at subTonic
The Bunker presents Electro Strikes Back with Egg Foo Young and Coin Op at subTonic 107 Norfolk Street 21+, 10p-4a
While most of the die hard minimal techno scene is in a galaxy far far away at Mutek, the rebel force is taking the opportunity to turn up the bass and play some tracks you haven't heard in a minute. We're coming prepared for the night with secret weapon djs and warped dance music, new and rare.
When we first met Coin Op back in 2003, she was spinning at one of the small but mighty Record Camp parties at Void. Since then she has been hard to track down, often playing out for the discerning heads in the UK and Netherlands, while leaving NYC behind with the legend of her incredible record collection. We crossed paths with her again during Rob Hall at our Fuck WMC party in March, which proved that we can still freak out over a good set of mind-bending electro and techno. She agreed to make another special appearance at the Bunker, this time to play.
Egg Foo Young knows electro. Well he should after spending a good part of his career in Miami, being outdoors and breathing in all that fresh bass. This exposure led to the creation of Miami Eyes, a thick bassline and vocoder combo that still blows up raves and Kendall house parties alike. Egg Foo has releases on Andrea Parker's label, Touchin' Bass, and with Secret Frequency Crew on Schematic. He produced a song for a new group in Brazil called Bonde Do Role and has recently completed a remix for the band Men Women & Children to be released on Warner in the UK in July.
Drexciyan and minimal tracks care of Unjust. It is useless to resist us.