The following playlist was curated by the LA based band HUNNY exclusively for Casablanca Sunset:
Deerhunter – Living My Life
Pretend – Wrapped In Fantasy
The Smashing Pumpkins – Perfect
Ballet School – Cherish
Billy Idol – Dancing With Myself
Buzzcocks – Ever Fallen In Love
DEVO – [I Can’t Get No] Satisfaction
Talk In Tongues – Always Fade
Pavement – Spit On a Stranger
Fugazi – Bed for the Scraping
Rule of Thirds – Fingerprints
The Bilinda Butchers – The Lovers’ Suicide
Seoul – Haunt / A Light
Ram Jam – Black Betty
Twin Peaks – Telephone
Yumi Zouma – A Long Walk Home For Parted Lovers
Echo & the Bunnyman – The Killing Moon
Brand New – Bought A Bride
Orchestral Manoeuvres In The Dark – Enola Gay
The Flaming Lips – Race For The Prize
Depeche Mode – People Are People
Cold – Cure My Tragedy
Kenny Loggins – Danger Zone
More on HUNNY:
LA indie/post-punk rockers HUNNY recently released their debut EP PAIN/ACHE/LOVING on B3SCI Records (10/9).
The Southern California six piece made a name for themselves this year releasing their first single “Cry for Me” which was met with universal acclaim gaining more than 800,000 plays since it’s premiere and charting the Top “Most Popular Tracks” on Hype Machine.
Support for the band quickly translated into Zane Lowe and BEATS 1 jumping on board, as well as tastemakers such as Pigeons & Planes, The Line of Best Fit, The Music Ninja, Wild Honey Pie and The Burning Ear.
HUNNY began as a solo effort from front man/lead guitarist Jason Yarger who brought the music to his long time collaborators Jake Goldstein on guitar and bassist Gregory Horne who helped cultivated the early sounds of the band. The project went on to include third guitarist Jacob Munk, keyboardist Kevin Grimmett and drummer Joey Anderson who rounded out the outfit and established the unique blend of pop & 80’s post punk.
Their debut EP “Pain/Ache/Loving” was done with producer Eric Palmquist (Bad Suns, Trash Talk) where the band channels a wide array of influences, blending post-punk tendencies with their love for classic artists like Prince and The Cure. The result is a lovelorn themed EP that paints a colorful picture of heartbreak and frustration through angst driven anthems.