Fans of avant-metal-jazz bassist Trevor Dunn (Mr. Bungle, Fantômas, Trevor Dunn’s Trio Convulsant) will be happy to know that he’s going back to rock n’ roll with his new creation, MadLove. After having spent the last ten years since Bungle’s California album basically being an obscure artist with some current Mike Patton-related entanglements, MadLove will likely be the most accessible thing he’s done since, though I’m certainly not accusing California of being “accessible.”
Their new album, White With Foam, will be out September 29th on Ipecac.
Letters From A Tapehead
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