Hunee, Mike Huckaby and Rrose are also on the bills for the New York crew's next few parties.
The New York promoter will head to Uptown Manhattan for a live concert at the West Park Presbyterian Church on March 26th, following their first Good Room event on March 7th. Demdike Stare will perform a live soundtrack to Haxan, a silent Swedish/Danish film from 1922, directed by Benjamin Christensen. Rrose will perform James Tenney's "Having Never Written A Note For Percussion," a solo percussion composition (a recording of which is scheduled for release on Further Records "in the very near future," Bunker organizers say).
They'll take over both rooms at Output the next night. Mathew Jonson will play live in the main room, following sets by Delroy Edwards, Heartthrob and Bunker resident Bryan Kasenic. In the venue's adjacent Panther Room, Mike Huckaby will spin alongside Hunee and Mike Servito.
The Bunker has also lined up a label showcase for San Francisco's As You Like It party on April 10th at Public Works, where their artists will share the bill with Tale Of Us. Neel (one-half of Voices From The Lake) and Bryan Kasenic will represent for the imprint alongside residents.
Tickets for their Good Room event are available here on RA, while those for Output are available here, the West Park Presbyterian Church here, and Public Works here.