Ex Idiot Half Brother and Scout-Master General and current member of AWSTS, Bunny's 2nd solo album, "The Invalid Singers" was released in June 2015 on Bearsuit Records. His debut album, Bunny & The Electric Horsemen - "Fall Apart in My Backyard" (BS015) was released in 2011. They are both now available from i-Tunes, Amazon, Spotify etc... (see Bearsuit Records site for further details) : https://soundcloud.com/bearsuitrecords
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Bunny & The Invalid Singers - "The Invalid Singers" (BS028 - 2015)
An absolute treat to behold! Absolutely gorgeous, I think you'll agree with me. Bunny and the Invalid Singers off of the label that is the beginning and end in eclectic electronica, Bearsuit Records.
[In-Tune - Phil Vickery]
What a weird and quite wonderful group ...an enchanting little album.
[Wired - Keith Whitman]
The LP entitled ‘The Invalid Singers’ firmly places the Bunny ones left of centre of everything for “One Time For Good Time” is best described as a post regressive flashback of sorts fractured and fragmented through a mind frazzling eye for what first appears down tempo dimpled noir graced chamber torch soon starts to splinter and evaporate in a murky psychotropic haze of damaged dub drills
[Reminds] me sometimes of Pascal Comelade’s toy orchestras, combined with the surreal otherworldliness of the Residents. The reoccurring guitar madness throughout the album even allow for occasional parallels to the insane noise rock of the Butthole Surfers.
References to [artists] such as Robert Wyatt, Piero Umiliani, Ennio Morricone, Galaxie 500 and even The Carpenters pop out of the release like mushrooms are just some of the evidence of his weird approach to composition. Check it out! [ Chain D.L.K – Vito Camarretta]
Electronic, glitchy, anarchic cacophony marrying the abrasive industrialization of Faust or Einsturzende Neubauten with catchy tunes from the Depeche Mode School of Dance. But just when you thought it safe to head out onto the dancefloor, he pulls the rug out from under you...
[Soundblab - Jeff Penczak]
There are elements of sixties style pop, electronic music, industrial music and even classical music contained within this album. Throughout the album there are moments that are so inventive you can't help but love it. It's an adventure you don't want to miss out on...
[Almost Predictable Almost]
Another triumph, as expected...
[Dandelion Radio - Mark Whitby]
It's a great album! I really like this …it goes all over the place! Great titles as well!
[The Art of Bleep - PBS FM - Evan Carr]
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...
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.
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