Tonight 19:00 – 23:00 GMT – aka this afternoon at 1 PM Central / 11 AM Pacific – tune into XRP Radio for a tasty selection of indie and unsigned tunes including BUNKS! Mad respect to XRP and Tizz for showing us love and throwing us into rotation at XRP. One of THE biggest independent […]
That Kid B.T. over at What’s This Music? was cool enough to review Generica on his new blog. For something we wrote in 2007, I would say the critique(s) is on point. 😉 Welcome to Generica.
Manchester, Tennessee – Hip Hop collective BUNKS have returned with a new self-titled album and they will hit the road in August to promote it. This new album is a collection of the top downloaded songs from BUNKS’ catalog over the past decade as well as new material only heard by a select few. Joining […]
Last night we were featured on After Hours Radio which is part of ErrorFM.com. You can jump to 17:00 into the podcast to hear the part where they play and talk BUNKS. Much love to After Hours Radio, ErrorFM.com and MadeLoud.com for all their support.
Who’s a featured artist on MadeLoud.com this week?! Yeah, that’s right… You can hear the new song ‘Conflicted‘ on their site. They get the exclusive on this song release so you will have to head on over to listen.
IndieBandGuru.com recently published a review of our album Generica! All we can say is WOW! Much appreciation to Keith for listening and sharing his thoughts on the album. We LOVE the headline: BUNKS, More Than Impressive Hip Hop – This Is A Movement
Generica has been featured on Coyote Music! Here’s one of our favorite lines from this review: BUNKS puts a magnifying glass over the overlooked.
Humbled, honored, and pumped up yet again by another review of our album Generica. Thanks to Indiemunity for this excellent essay.
Generica was recently reviewed by Jamsphere.com. They were awesome enough to publish the review on 2 other music websites: ReviewIndie.com and Soundlooks.com. We are honored, flattered, and pumped up by this feature but more importantly by Rick’s words. It’s great to know that 5 years later, Generica is still relevant. I consider timelessness a great […]