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The Bunny Tylers is a duo from Lebanon whose core consists of two prominent musicians from the Beirut scene: singer-songwriter and guitarist Charbel Haber, and multi-instrumentalist and producer Fadi Tabbal.
The group is a natural amalgamation of the prolific career of the two long-time collaborators, fusing Haber’s songwriting sensibility with Tabbal’s technical and instrumental know-how and tying musical loose ends from both musicians’ past work.
Initially formed to score Nadim Tabet and Karine Wehbe’s video essay “Summer ’91”, they continued working in film scoring, art installations and their own releases.
The Bunny Tylers live setup consists of:
- Charbel Haber on guitar and vocals;
- Pascal Semerdijian on drums and synth;
- Fadi Tabbal on guitar and electronics;
- Marwan Tohmé on synth.
“Les Bunny Tylers improvisent un Krautrock electrique qui transporte la scène beyrouthine ‘vers des paysages sonores en technicolor’.”
Sth sth (GCC and MENA)
"love love love woaw!"
Charbel Haber is a Lebanese musician, performer, visual artist and composer from Beirut. His work has seen him collaborate with artists from a wide range of disciplines - film, video art, visual art, theatre - both in Lebanon and abroad.
As a solo artist and as a member of post-punk band Scrambled Eggs, he has composed music for directors Khalil Joreige, Joana Hadjitouma and Ghassan Salhab, video artists Lamia Joreige and Akram Zaatari and playwrights Rabih Mroueh and Lina Saneh, to name but a few. His prolific and collaborative career includes free improv group Johnny Kafta Anti-Vegetarian Orchestra and psychedelic Arabic music ensembles Malayeen and Omarchestra. He is the founder of Those Kids Must Choke and co-founder of Johnny Kafta’s Kids Menu - two experimental record labels - and he has recorded and collaborated with notable artists from the fields of free rock and improv such as Oiseaux-Tempête, Michael Zerang, Mats Gustafson, Eddie Prevost.
Often referred to as “the hardest working man in Lebanon’s alternative music scene”, Fadi Tabbal is a musician and sound engineer whose work encompasses music production, live sound, composition, sound design and sound conception.
His solo work consists of guitar pieces ranging from stripped acoustics to ambient and electronically-treated prepared guitar. He is a member of several Lebanese bands, including psychedelic rock outfit The Incompetents, electronic duo Stress/Distress, 80’s garage rock band Interbellum, pop group Safar. and post-punk band Scrambled Eggs. As the founder of Tunefork Recording Studios, he has worked with renowned Lebanese and international acts such as Asil Ensemble, Mike Cooper, Who Killed Bruce and The Wanton Bishops. He has also provided sound design and music for films (Maher Abi Samra, Rania Rafei, Roy Deeb, Chadi Aoun), art installations (The Feel Collective) and contemporary dance (Beirut Dance Studio).