Crime On The Bunny (Single)

by David Kollar

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Peter Novak(Rasping Boy) Very dense recording, lot of great sonic layers and composition parts giving a multidimensional view of a imaginative story ... needs multiple listening to really realize all the great sounds ...
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    Crime on the Bunny is an EP that includes three songs. Crime on The Bunny and two versions of Coronomorphia (inspired Krzysztof Penderecki's Polymorphia)
    These compositions were created during the Isolation of Covid 19, On the way to the forest, I saw a discarded plush Bunny in the screams. I was very sorry for him. He seemed to be raped and thrown away. Maybe he stayed at the scene. I took a picture of him. He was smiling, maybe he liked it. I decided to set this incident to music. Music was composed and recorded in real time. I used an electric guitar with very overhanging strings for recording. Fuzz, Distortion and Ableton loopers. The drums (except for the first Punk stage) were played later by an American drummer under the pseudonym Gorilla Rose. He is a fan of King Crimson. Do you know him? Trumpet effects were added by Arve Henriksen.
    Coronomoprhia was recorded on a baritone acoustic guitar.





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    CRIME ON THE BUNNY

    David Kollar - guitars
    Pat Mastelotto - drums (except Punk intro)
    Arve Henriksen - trumpet efx.
    Photo - Stefan Soltis, David Kollar
    Graphic design - Stefan Soltis, Barbora Kollarova
    Mastering - Tomas Mutina

    CORONOMORPHIA

    David Kollar - baritone acoustic guitars


    Thanks to: Bunny, Arve Henriksen, Pat Mastelotto, Marek Salka, Vlado Kačala, Tomas Mutina, Jano Sudzina, Peter Michalovic, Corona, family and friends.

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Crime on The Bunny is the second single after Coronomorphia.
On the way to the forest, I saw a discarded plush Bunny in the screams. I was very sorry for him. He seemed to be raped and thrown away. Maybe he stayed at the scene. I took a picture of him. He was smiling, maybe he liked it.
I decided to set this incident to music.

Music was composed and recorded in real time.
I used an electric guitar with very overhanging strings for recording. Fuzz, Distortion and Ableton loopers.
The drums (except for the first Punk stage) were played later by an American drummer under the pseudonym Gorilla Rose. He is a fan of King Crimson. Do you know him?
Trumpet effects were added by Arve Henriksen.

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released May 1, 2020

David Kollar - guitars
Gorilla Rose - drums
Arve Henriksen - trumpet efx.

Photo - David Kollar
Graphic design - Stefan Soltis, Barbora Kollarova

Mastering - Tomas Mutina

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David Kollar Prešovský kraj, Slovakia

Kollar treats his music with a deep degree of seriousness and personal involvement, as if each and every one of his projects was not only his proverbial brain child but as if it was his actual offspring. He treats his instrument as a gateway between his complex ideas and their audible representation, the same way a sculptor treats the chisel or a painter the brush."
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