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ex-Pep Boys and Scout-Master General, Bunny's debut album, Bunny & The Electric Horsemen - "Fall Apart in My Backyard" (BS015 - Bearsuit Records) was released in 2011 - it is now available from i-Tunes, Amazon, Spotify etc... (see Bearsuit Records site for further details)
Bunny & The Electric Horsemen - “Fall Apart in My Backyard” (BS015 - 2011) :
"This is f****** brilliant. Baffling, surreal and totally idiosyncratic are just some of the frighteningly positive adjectives I could use to describe it and I have to admit I’m a little offended that you’re still sitting there like a lemon instead of following the link to go and buy it."
"To say that ‘Fall Apart In My Backyard’ is an experimental work would be the understatement of the year [‘Snowflakes’] resembles the more avant garde moments of Björk but there is a structure which eventually builds up in to an impressive art punk chorus. Other images evoked by the music are underwater childrens’ fantasies [‘Banjo Williamson’] and Japanese exotica [‘Chikyu Wa Mawaru’]. The madness does settle down for the spare ‘Singing Ringing Tree’ and the relatively sombre ‘Quel Vino è Generoso’ but in between ‘Pomorksi’ provides an explosion of vivid colours …tuneful in a childlike, oddball scientist kind of way.”
"One of the more experimental listening experiences I’ve had in a long while, Fall Apart in My Backyard is at once challenging, playful, frustrating, and a lot of fun. As the title suggests, it’s mostly electronic, but with liberal elements of glitch, Kraftwerkian krautrock, and toytronics (a la Experimental Audio Research’sData). ‘Tivoli’ is a haunting, outer space blip on the way to the heart of the sun. ‘Pomorski’... gorgeous pop elegance. ...if soundtrack music accompanied by alien soundscapes populated by multilingual utterances is your bag, this could be one of your more exciting purchases of the new year."
“The songs on "Fall Apart In My Backyard" are serious and thoughtful to the point of sonic introversion. However, there are uplifting moments of elegance such as the brooding wistfulness to be found in "Singing Ringing Tree" [which] contrast nicely with the more oblique and discordant tracks like "Quel Vino è Generoso"