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Unbunny

About Unbunny

Unbunny began in 1995 with the release of the “Analog” cassette. “The Willis Files” cassette followed in 1996. “Analog” and “The Willis Files” were re-released in 1997 on CD, on Tray Full of Lab Mice Records and Esque Records, respectively. Guitarist/vocalist Jarid del Dio quickly turned heads with his high-pitched, emotionally raw vocals, while drummer James Ess and guitarist Steve Haruch provided support for the lo-fi indie rock trio. Salt Water Records released the band’s five-song vinyl single in 1997, and 1998 saw the release of “Fission Romance the West” on Oakland, CA’s Paris Caramel Records. The album was later re-released by Esque and Two-Ton Santa Records. Esque released the “For Nervous Plants” EP in 1999. The self-released “Book and Roll” EP appeared in 2001. The band briefly changed its name to Nervous Plants for a split release with Milkweed on Two-Ton Santa later in 2001. The band relocated from Washington State to Illinois for the release of “Black Strawberries” in October 2002, again on Two-Ton Santa. In 2004, Unbunny released “Snow Tires”, this time on Hidden Agenda Records, and followed up with “Moon Food” in 2010.
- bio by Stephen Cramer

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