When it comes to New York techno institutions in the last decade-plus, The Bunker comes to mind immediately. An almost omniscient presence in the local community and beyond for almost 15 years now. With that experience and time, they’ve cultivated a sense of what sound is precious to their ears alone.
Bryan Kasenic founded the label side of The Bunker in 2014; and has been steadily putting out excellent releases from domestic and international acts alike. Ranging from local dignitaries such as Clay Wilson and Gunnar Haslam to previous international guests of the party – such as AtomTM and Donato Dozzy. The label is constantly evolving, entrenched in making its mark as a wide-ranged, experimental soundboard for unique artists to be heard — and the latest release from J.F. Burma does that in spades.
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