The Death of Bunny Munro


A reaction after reading Nick Cave’s new book The Death of Bunny Munro is when three vulgar chapters in, it’s become so disturbing, that it makes you want to read the whole thing.  Maybe it’s his dark world charm, his gothic, blood-dripping poetry or the fact that what makes Nick Cave so interesting is, the unknown.  As he writes, it’s easy to imagine him becoming the actual characters in his own very writings.  The Death of Bunny Munro is his second book in twenty years and follows a line of past albums and side projects that have decorated his history over the past decades.

Listen Nick Cave – Jesus of the Moon

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About The Author


“One glimpse is all it takes to tell you that Music Is Art is something special. You can start by judging this blog by its cover—it’s one of the best-designed, most aesthetically aware music blogs around—but there’s much more to it than just a pretty template. For one, Danielle Maree, the “dreamer/designer” behind MIA, focuses not only on excellent music, but on art, photography and writing and how they all intersect and inform the music. By sharing the sounds and sights that inspire her, she’s inspiring a growing number of readers on a daily basis. By documenting artists’ creative processes, she’s, in the process, creating a pretty substantial, always-evolving work of art herself.” - Nerd Litter

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