Tonight we celebrate 19 years since we threw The Bunker for the very first time back in January 2003. These anniversary parties are always a nice way to reflect on how far things have come since our very humble beginnings.
In the Good Room, The Bunker and Going In founder Bryan Kasenic will open things up. Following that, we have a very rare live techno set from label artist Antenes. Then, Sybil Jason, who wowed us with her 6 hour set on The Bunker Stream last year, makes her debut appearance at IRL Bunker in the prime time slot. We can’t think of a better way to close out this night than handing the reins to long term resident DJs and acid brothers Mike Servito and Derek Plaslaiko for one of their legendary b2b sets. As anyone who has experienced their b2bs at The Bunker, Panorama Bar, and No Way Back can attest, there is always something special in the air when they share the decks.
In the Bad Room we have the first ever club gig from Majorettes, aka The Carry Nation (Nita Aviance and Will Automagic) and Justin Cudmore, who’ve been releasing original music via the Major Records imprint. Every Majorette member grew up playing the drums, so marching to the rhythms of Brooklyn and NYC are where they feel the most at home. Also joining us is Leeon of the Video Club in Bogotá, who has become a regular at Panorama Bar and many parties across the US in recent years. Opening the night will be Sister Zo, co-founder of UN/TUCK, a Kansas City-based queer/trans music collective and record label.
Proof of vaccination required for entry.