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Scared Bunny: Rockwood

Scared Bunny is a one man indie project conceived by Vladimir Skokovich and Rockwood is his second full length release which incorporates elements of space and post rock in an instrumental setting. Armed with just a guitar along with an assortment of effects pedals, an electronic drum kit and a 'toy' keyboard Skokovich manages not only to not sound like he has a backing band but he also created a fairly engaging and cohesive sounding album in the process. One can detect traces of Kraut rock within the distorted fuzz tones of the guitar while other tracks take more of a minimalist approach relying more on a collage of sounds to form their sonic landscape. Overall the sound quality is what I'd call slightly above average and a few tracks have a muddier mix yet this doesn't really get in the way too much. I'd have to say though that while Rockwood is an interesting listening experience from beginning to end, there wasn't one particular track that honestly stood head and shoulders above the rest. In the end I'd say this isn't a bad album but at the same time don't go expecting for it to put wood in your pants either.

Track Listing
1) Trance Am
2) Hopkins' Jig
3) Flesh And Bones
4) Missing Sparks
5) Konijntje Dat Danst
6) Swirldown
7) Swimming Upstream
8) Roswell Black Box
9) The Blast Of The Mohicans
10) In & Out
11) Sad Drunks' Orchestra
12) Rockwood
13) Wnutt
14) In Vain?

Added: April 5th 2009
Reviewer: Ryan Sparks
Related Link: CD Baby
Hits: 2220
Language: english

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