The Bunker celebrates its 7th anniversary with a special 8-hour set from Speedy J. The Rotterdam producer first made a name for himself making a trancey sort of IDM for Plus 8 with hits such as "Ginger" and "Pullover," then he switched to the pure aural chaos of "Public Enemy No. 1." He's since honed in on a darker techno sound that's as spacious as it is hard and heavy. Meanwhile, Bunker residents Spinoza and Derek Plaslaiko let the Kiss & Tell party cohost the front room, led by John Selway and Ulysses' Neurotic Drum Band, plus Nick Chacona, John Roberts.
Fri., Jan. 8, 10 p.m., 2010