Spirit Bunny

by Spirit Bunny

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    The album on 12" vinyl, with handmade jacket artwork by the band.

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about

Vocals and brittle circuit bent Casio keyboard melodies nestle between slabs of buzzing Commodore 64 synths, gritty beats and pulverising drums on Spirit Bunny's debut album. Despite the predominantly 'retro' nature of the instruments - with their Commodore 64s and Casio Sk 5/8 keyboards harking back to the glorious ‘80s - there is nothing retrospective in their sound. Despite the lack of guitars, Spirit Bunny’s chaotic blend of broken sound bears as much in common with noisey-guitar-pop bands as dark-synth-wave groups.

Thoroughly democratic in nature, with each musical component given equal weight, Spirit Bunny’s lyrics continue to mine the same themes explored by the groups instrumentation and diy work-ethic. Songs simultaneously celebrate and critique consume culture with odes to inner-city rubbish collection and mindless youth consumption habits - be they 90s disposable fashion labels or packed lunches. Elsewhere lyrics, at times themselves cut-ups and found texts, comment on the mundane, comfortable lifestyle of inner-city living.

Decidedly DIY, Spirit Bunny's debut LP comes in a hand-painted cardboard case, was recorded at drummer Cameron Smith’s studio Incremental Records (Velociraptor, Deafcult, Danyl Jesu) and features instruments circuit bent (Casio SK keyboards), modified (Commodore 64s) and built into twisted slabs of noise by the members.

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released April 21, 2017

All songs by Spirit Bunny.

Recorded by Cameron Smith at Incremental Records.

Drums & Loops - Cameron
Circuit Bent Casio sk5/8 - Joel
Commodore 64, Cynth cart - Kate
Vocals - Joel, Kate, Cameron

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Spirit Bunny Brisbane, Australia

Grit Hop. Phat beats and twee melodies through a haze of circuit bent casio noise and C64 synths.

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