The Bunker presents Jeremy P. Caulfield at subTonic

The Bunker presents Jeremy P. Caulfield at subTonic
107 Norfolk Street
21+, 10p-4a

The last few years have been extremely busy for Jeremy Caulfield. Not only has his Dumb-unit label seen massive growth internationally, his own productions and performances have had a considerable impact on the global techno and minimal scene. Tricky, stalking and complex, Jeremy's productions follow a theme that defies the typical stereotypes of today's techno. A consummate producer, DJ and Live Act Jeremy has toured the world extensively with a rough, edgy and immediately recognizable sound. Stalking and complex, Jeremy's productions follow a theme and sound that defy the typical stereotypes of todays techno. In the last 4 years Jeremy has released 3 mix CDs, recorded numerous classic records for labels such as WMF, Trapez and Dumb-Unit, remixed an impressive roster and impressed many with his crisp rocking live sets. Additionally, Dumb-Unit itself has now put out over 30 vinyl releases and awakened the world with a continuously evolving roster of talented artists. Before infiltrating the international stage, Jeremy was instrumental in developing Toronto's rich techno scene in the mid to late nineties. One of Toronto's most prolific techno and tech house DJs, he held some of the city's top residencies and was a major force behind many of the most influential techno movements that passed through the city.

Tonight we also welcome our new resident DJ, who is in our opinion one of the very best in the city, Derek Plaslaiko. Aside from Jeremy's live set, it's Derek all night for 5 hours.