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1 review »This lot have been making a lot of noise recently, or should I say people have been making some noise about them. They are a loud, quite scruffy sounding four piece from Athens, Georgia. They have an enigmatic singer who mumbles his lyrics and...oh sorry about that, wrong band from Athens, Georgia! They sound like quite a fun band, do Tunabunny. They combine elements of post punk, B-52s style weir ... »

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Minima Moralia by Tunabunny
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8/10 Dave Staff review, 28 September 2011

This lot have been making a lot of noise recently, or should I say people have been making some noise about them. They are a loud, quite scruffy sounding four piece from Athens, Georgia. They have an enigmatic singer who mumbles his lyrics and...oh sorry about that, wrong band from Athens, Georgia! They sound like quite a fun band, do Tunabunny. They combine elements of post punk, B-52s style weirdness and maybe a kind of Errase Errata-style bass zing. They have been on many a Best of lists and numerous tongues have been a wagging about their up beat southern charms.This is quite a leap from their last effort, the promising pop skronk has been smoothed out somewhat, and they seem to be keen to push the melodies and hooks to the fore. This LP does have some very catchy moments, like the fantastic "Cross Wire Technique" which reminds me of a more mental CSS. Track 3 "Song For My solar Sister" is also a really good song. Its not quite pop perfection but its verging on it. Tunabunny sound like Abba mincing about with Fred Schnieder which is no bad thing. They do have a subversive edge, when its required. Like the quite frankly bizzare "Killer Of Sheep", which put the fear of Rod in me when I heard it! It's such a good track though! This LP wont fill the R.E.M sized hole in the world, but its a pretty sweet record that has humour, hooks and a fair amount of weirdness to satiate your appetite in these dark times. Ones to watch.... ?


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