The Bunker have lined up Speedy J and Peter Van Hoesen for a party at the new venue in February.
Output, a new nightclub in Brooklyn, will open its doors imminently.
Rumors about the new multi-room venue have been circulating since at least last summer, and most details are still being kept under wraps. It's not clear when the exact opening date will be, though local techno stalwarts The Bunker have booked Speedy J and Peter Van Hoesen there on February 22nd, which suggests the club's programming will have a strong underground focus. No other parties have been confirmed so far.
Located at 74 Wythe Avenue, Output arrives in a community distinctly lacking a venue of its kind, where most house and techno parties happen in bars, lofts or temporary spaces. A real estate news site recently described it as "a 452-person-capacity nightclub." It went on to say: "The main club (and restaurant) will be joined by a back room and roughly 2,500 square feet of outdoor rooftop space." You can visit Output's official website here.