The Bunker presents another epic show!
Unsound Festival New York at The Bunker
Porter Ricks (Chain Reaction | Germany) LIVE
Vladislav Delay (Chain Reaction, Ripatti | Finland) LIVE
Miles (Demdike Stare, Modern Love | UK)
Leisure Muffin (The Bunker NY | USA) LIVE
Ital & Halal (Lovers Rock | USA) LIVE
Le Petit Garçon (Love OD Communications | Norway) LIVE
260 Meserole Street
$20 advance tickets:
4/4/14 Cameo Gallery Brooklyn, NY
Inga Copeland (live)
DeepChord aka Rod Modell (live)
Willhelm Bras (live)
Lighting by Nitemind
Live visuals by Aurora Halal
More info here:http://www.residentadvisor.net/news.aspx?id=23737Unsound has revealed details of its 2014 festival in New York.
After taking a year off in 2013 to focus on events in London, Krakow and Adelaide, the festival will return to New York this year. It will begin on Wednesday, April 2nd, and run through until Sunday, April 6th, taking over venues like Lincoln Center, famed loft space Experimental Intermedia, ISSUE Project Room and Brooklyn’s First Unitarian Church. The lineup features a few Unsound favourites like Demdike Stare, Andy Votel and Vladislav Delay, as well as dub techno merchants DeepChord and Porter Ricks and former Hype Williams member Inga Copeland.
As always there is some Polish representation on the bill, with Piotr Kurek, Hubert Zemler, Pietnastka, Robert Piotrowicz, Kapital and string players from Sinfonietta Cracovia all featuring. The US contingent includes Huerco S, Ital & Halal, Phill Niblock, Ben Vida and Leisure Muffin, who recently put out a record for The Bunker New York, the party-turned-label that's been lined up to co-present a night of Unsound action on Saturday, April 5th.
Best news ever!!!
http://www.redbullmusicacademy.com/magazine/nyc-2014Last year, the Red Bull Music Academy set up shop in New York City.
As with every Academy, we put on events throughout the city that both showcased the enormous talent of the participants as well as paying tribute to the huge impact that New York has had on music history. New York City’s first Culture Clash, Giorgio Moroder’s first US DJ gig, Brian Eno’s 77 Millions Paintings exhibit, a public lecture with Erykah Badu and James Murphy – it was a jam-packed collection of shows.
We’re pleased to announce today that we’ll return to New York City this May for another month-long series of music and art events. As a legacy to the annual Academy workshop that was hosted in New York last year, the Red Bull Music Academy Festival New York will become an annual public event series. Tickets, show schedule and line up will be announced in the coming weeks on redbullmusicacademy.com/NYC.
In the meantime, check out our new film What Difference Does It Make? A Film About Making Music, which was produced at the 2013 Red Bull Music Academy in New York.