Mr. Bungle released “The Raging Wrath of the Easter Bunny Demo” in October, re-recording of their earliest material (that fans were begging for). In this month’s episode of Groove, we chat with Trevor Dunn, who plays with Mr. Bungle and many more.
Early this year, before COVID took hold of the world, Mr. Bungle performed a handful of sold-out shows. Together, they performed the group’s original 1986 demo tape, “The Raging Wrath of the Easter Bunny”, and now they’ve re-recorded and released it.
Buzz Osborne, aka King Buzzo, of The Melvins has released a second solo LP called “Gift of Sacrifice”. The acoustic album features the guitarist/vocalist in a duo format with Mr. Bungle bassist Trevor Dunn, who performs entirely on the upright bass.
Mr. Bungle is reuniting to play live shows for the first time in nearly 20 years. The tour will include the band playing their 1986 demo tape “The Raging Wrath of the Easter Bunny” in full in three cities over 7 nights.
Since turning 50 last year, Trevor Dunn has made a point of releasing his own music. The bassist, who is known for his work with bands like Mr. Bungle and Fantômas, has just put out a new album of classical chamber music.
Composer John Zorn has released the sixth album with his 21st-century ensemble Simulacrum, called The Garden of Earthly Delights. The powerhouse band is comprised of bassist Trevor Dunn, keyboardist John Medeski, drummer Kenny Grohowski, guitarist Matt Hollenberg, and vocalist Sara Serpa. The exploratory album celebrates the 500th anniversary of the death of renowned painter Hieronymus Bosch. “A visionary of unparalleled...
The Melvins have gone through a lot of bass players over the years. So, on its latest album, Basses Loaded, the band decided to go for broke and feature six different bassists. Some, like Jeff Pinkus (Butthole Surfers), Trevor Dunn (Mr. Bungle/Fantomas), Jared Warren (Big Business) and Dale Crover, have appeared on Melvins albums before and perhaps will again. While...