The Bunker Limited presents Petre Inspirescu at Public Assembly Loft
The Bunker Limited presents Petre Inspirescu at Public Assembly Loft 70 North 6th Street 21, 10p-6a
As The Bunker has grown significantly over the past few years, many of you have expressed a desire to turn back the clock to the good ol' days when the party was weekly at subTonic for 100 people or so. We miss those days as well, so in April we launched a new quarterly series of events called The Bunker Limited. We got off to a great start, as the first event, with guest Prosumer, was definitley one of our all time favorite editions of The Bunker in it's 8+ year history. For The Bunker Limited, we bring a ridiculous sound system into the small loft above Public Assembly, and limit attendance to 150. The Bunker books DJs who we consider to be among the best in the world to play eight hour sets. Tickets are advance only, and there will be no guestlist. The only way we can pull this off in a space this small is if everyone pays. The sets at these events are not recorded, and absolutely no photography is allowed inside.
Over the last few years, its been almost impossible to go anywhere and not hear someone mention the A:rpia:r group from Romania. Championed by Ricardo Villalobos and Luciano as some of the best DJ's around, the group has taken over dancefloors all around the globe, presenting people with their tasteful take on house music and showing even the masters of the game how its done. One of the groups most talented faces, Petre Inspirescu, more commonly referred to as Pedro, is making only one stop in North America to play this party, and we're quite sure he's going to show us a thing or two on how to move a crowd. His DJ sets are as sonically baffling as they are irresistibly groovy; as a producer his tracks are as unhinged as they are methodical. Musical connoisseurs take note - there is, without question, the distinct possibility that in one sitting you'll be privy to rare classics, hidden gems and unheard secret weapons from Pedro himself during his set, so make sure you're paying close attention to one of house music's most talented new faces.