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Genres collide with this extremely creative and fresh album.

Take Sonic Youth, the Beastie Boys, the Prodigy, and some Australian accents, mix them together and you've got the Bumblebeez. Extremely distorted techno punk hip-hop would be the best way to describe this odball band, consisting of a brother-sister duo. This album may sound to some a confusing mess of whining guitars and yelling, but keep listening, it may grow on you. To those who truly appreciate this sort of creative music, you are in for a treat. The highlight of this album for me was towards the end of Bambino, when banging drums and looping "Woo-hoo's" transform into sirens and fuzzy synths creating a beat, while Queen Vila raps. This is how music should be. Art.

this is aweSOME!e!e!e!

just do it - play it - do it - do it - do it different - fun - get over it. this is what music should be more like. let loos3!

Hip, Very Different

Though the album may just seem like a long series of out of pitch noises, it is much different. Easy to pinpoint songs to die for, it is a very unique sound that should be much more appreciated than is at this point. People need to let loose some more and have a love for music that is way out of the ordinary and the result of the hard work of a man with quite the mixing skills (along with his sibling and buddy.)


Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '00s

Not to be confused with the children's music artists of the same name, the Bumblebeez (known in the U.S. as Bumblebeez 81) hail from Braidwood, a small town in Australia's New South Wales territory, and craft a cut'n'paste collision of noisy hip-hop and rock. Producer/singer/multi-instrumentalist Chris Colonna is the architect of the Bumblebeez's raw sound, although his sister Pia (aka Queen ViLa) often contributes raps and backing vocals and his best friend Surya plays bass and guitar. Colonna began...
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