The Bunker presents Miskate & SubK at subTonic

The Bunker presents Miskate & SubK at subTonic
107 Norfolk Street
21+, 10p-4a

We've been asking Miskate to play a live set at the Bunker for years now, and we're thrilled that it's finally going to happen. Miskate made a huge splash in the minimal techno world in 2004 with her debut single "Rip it Cookie Muenster" (co-produced with Someone Else), which was played by everyone from Richie Hawtin to John Peel (R.I.P.). Since then, she has released many head-turning singles on Foundsound, Microcosm, Alphahouse, Karloff, and Einmaleins, which were devoured by intelligent dancefloors around the world. Miskate's career is definitely on the rise, and we've heard reports from many reputable sources (Plaslaiko, Movement, and Nicholas Sauser) that the new live set will level the Bunker.

SubK is a deep electro specialist from Chicago, charged by the more abstractly robotic sounds of electro, techno, Italo, and all mutations in between. Instead of restricting herself to one genre, location, or period in musical history, SubK extracts from the dark, deep and mechanical side of many, creating hybrid techno-electro mixes that tell stories of machines doing rain dances and making out in corners infused with blinking neon lights.