All Posts by Sean Bunny

Underculture singer Blair Clark is unapologetic about his big mouth.  On their MySpace page he rants about how they’re old enough to be the parents of most other musicians in town (or older), with his attitude


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Before MTV’s Headbangers’ Ball presented the face of metal as thrash and glam, the early 80’s underground scene was a much more nasty place.  Metal was, for the most part, a place for tough guys who


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THE CEMETARY IMPROVEMENT SOCIETY- Lonely Dog Island (2009   Self-Release) The past few years have seen what has started out as Marc Claggett’s one-man project of a sampler and a guitar morph into one of the more


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BONGZILLA – Nuggets (2008  Relapse ) Depending on your particular hobbies, Bongzilla could be interpreted as either an open-source smoking device or a monster who is too laid back to stomp the shit out of Japanese cities. 


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VARIOUS ARTISTS – Crustacean Records Compilation 2009 – Fuck With The Crab, Get The Claws For about the past decade and a half Crustacean Records has done an admirable job of providing an asylum for many


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BRAINERD – Brainerd (2009   Zodiac Killer) With their singer being active in the Madison chapter of the Turbojugend fan club that idolizes Turbonegro, one could assume at first that their sound might mimic the legendary Norwegian


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BUTT FUNNEL – Subliminal Boner (2009   Self-Release) Madison is well known for its vibrant American-style electronic music scene, and Butt Funnel (pronounced “boot foonel” in their, uh, “native” German tongue) aren’t happy about this.   On Subliminal


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NULL DEVICE – Recursions (2009  Nilaihah Records) As is a common practice in the electronic music genre, Null Device has followed up their 2007 CD, Excursions, with an offering of remixes, revisions, and unreleased demos they have


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Glass Ghosts @ The Inferno June 13, 2009 The membership of Glass Ghosts is perhaps like no other on the planet.  There’s Maria, who wails over a microphone stand adorned with Christmas lights and occasionally arms


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SENSUOUS ENEMY – Fragments (2009   Self-Release) After five years of  darkly sensuous live performances around the Midwest – but only issuing one self-released demo during that time – Sensuous Enemy have finally inked a deal with Madison record label


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