PublishedTue, 29 Mar 2016, 17:24
- JTC and Osborne top the lineup at Good Room in Brooklyn for the birthday party this weekend.
The Bunker will host a 15-year anniversary party for Spectral Sound at Good Room this Friday, April 1st.
Spectral Sound was founded in 2000 as the dance floor-focused arm of Ann Arbor label Ghostly International. It has helped launch careers for a number of American house and techno artists, from seasoned producers like Matthew Dear and Kate Simko to more recent additions like Matrixxman and Fort Romeau.
Representing at the anniversary will be JTC—also known as James T. Cotton, Dabrye or by his real name Tadd Mullinix—and Osborne, two of the label's senior figures. Newcomer Patricia is signed on for one of his much-loved live hardware sets. A DJ set from Miguel Senquiz will round out the lineup in the club's main room. In the adjacent Bad Room, Bunker residents Mike Servito and Derek Plaslaiko (close affiliates of Ghostly and Spectral, respectively) will spin alongside Michigan native Jeffrey Sfire.
Tickets are available on RA.