Intriguing sound-design of retro and industrial flavours meets with the weight and presence of nostalgic dance – Suck the Bunny crafts an arena of poetically conceptual appeal and infectious rhythms alike.
Loaded with unorthodox details and layers from the outset, Spaghetti Western holds attention for its strange meeting of euphoric drums and vocal loops, with a clear edge of creative freedom in these fragments of non-specific sounds and intricacies.
Meanwhile, the intensity rises, the imagery of the lyrics and the sheer power of the arrangement all culminating in this final roar of expression throughout the latter half.
Brilliantly unique, creatively fearless, somewhat experimental but never beyond the realm of comfort as a fan of classic and contemporary electronic music. Professionalism and passion walk hand in hand, to decidedly original, refreshingly fascinating results.
Easily one worth hearing more than a couple of times over, just to take on every idea, sound, sample and feeling to the fullest.