The Bunker presents Untold, Bryan Kasenic, and Nihal Ramchandani at 285 Kent
The Bunker presents Untold, Bryan Kasenic, and Nihal Ramchandani at 285 Kent 285 Kent Avenue all ages, 10p-6a
Jack Dunning's production work as Untold has reinvigorated the climate of dancefloors around the globe. Through his work with Hessle Audio, Clone, R&S and Hotflush, Dunning elevated dubstep to uncharted territories, combining it with grime, jungle and more recently techno. A lot of his music is truly alien and doesn't really easily fit into any of these categories. Through his label, Hemlock Recordings, he has continued this pioneering role – discovering James Blake and releasing groundbreaking work from Ramadanman and Breton. Untold recently releasing his most comprehensive work to date – the three part EP "Change in a Dynamic Environment" (which you can hear in full on his Soundcloud). We've been eager to bring back Untold ever since he played the set of the night at the fist Bass Mutations at The Bunker at Unsound Festival New York back in 2010.
Bryan Kasenic (pka Spinoza) is known in the electronic music world for throwing many incredible parties, playing adventurous DJ sets, and starting Beyond, his own booking agency. The past few years have seen Bryan take his infamous Brooklyn-based party, The Bunker, to Panorama Bar in Berlin, Unsound Festival in Krakow, Communikey Festival in Boulder, Decibel Festival in Seattle, Pittsburgh, Chicago, Philadelphia, and of course Detroit. The Bunker celebrates it's tenth anniversary in January.
Nihal Ramchandani is a regular at The Bunker and has joined us a few times behind the decks. He recently left Brooklyn for Houston, but we knew he'd be the perfect DJ to open this night and had to bring him back. He's been busy working on his own productions in Houston and we're very curious to see what comes of that.