The Bunker New York come above ground bearing new EPs from Gunnar Haslam and Wata Igarashi

The Bunker New York come above ground bearing new EPs from Gunnar Haslam and Wata Igarashi
The visceral cover art for Gunnar Haslam's Seasick Acid

This past week my hometown got a taste of mid-summer with a trio of 80 degree days that had the Vitamin D flowing, and a strong desire to hit the clubs and get lost in the laser lights. Coincidentally, The Bunker New York just announced a dual set of deep, acid-drenched ragers from Gunnar Haslam and Wata Igarashi.

Next month, Bunker NY is putting out Seasick Acid and Kioku, respectively, a pair of short players from the seasoned producers. On his aquatic themed release, Gunnar Haslam states: “The best nights out hearing music are the rocky ones, not the smooth voyages,” while Igarashi describes Kioku’s tracks as having “a cinematic, expansive quality that make it easy to imagine how each could fit specific moments across the arc of a party.” You can judge for yourself whether these tracks are worthy of your mesh tank top, glow sticks, or both, with two minute clips of each track streaming below.

Seasick Acid and Kioku are both out June 21 in digital and vinyl editions. Pre-orders for both are up now.

Seasick Acid Tracklisting:

A1. Leeward Tripping
A2. Coastal Geography
B1. Seasick Acid
B1. Seasick Version

Kioku EP tracklisting:

01. Body
02. DNA
03. Gravity
04. Kioku
05. Kioku (Big Room Ambient Version) - digital only

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