Always clad inside a fuzzy (and mildly psychotic-looking) rabbit face mask and often putting on small else, Nobunny is a one-man pop-punk onslaught whose simple, infectiously hooky music and lusty perspective have earned evaluations towards the Ramones, Hasil Adkins, as well as the Cramps, and whose untamed (and occasionally bottomless) stage displays have led some to contact him a cuddly edition of G.G. Allin. Nobunny may be the alter ego of Justin Champlin, who was simply born and elevated in Tucson, Az, and relocated to SAN FRANCISCO BAY AREA, California. Champlin initial produced a name for himself as the drummer with garage area punks the Okmoniks and afterwards co-founded the Sneaky Pinks, a two-man punk-pop party machine. With Nobunny, Champlin streamlined the idea of the Sneaky Pinks by paring the constant lineup right down to just one single person (or one mutant; within the Nobunny misconception, Champlin claims to become the product of the liaison between a female and a jackalope). Occasionally working single and occasionally backed with a continuously shifting band of music artists, Champlin continues to be executing as Nobunny since 2001, though it wasn’t until 2008 that he produced his documented debut using the record Love Visions. Mainly recorded aware of Champlin handling a lot of the musical instruments, Love Visions premiered by the small Bubbledum Information label; it gained enthusiastic testimonials in the underground music press and was reissued in ’09 2009 with the relatively larger 1-2-3-4 Move! Records. In ’09 2009, Nobunny released an individual through Horizontal Actions Records, “Provide It if you ask me” b/w “Motorhead beside me,” and a cassette-only record, Raw Love, on Burger Information. Nobunny also held up a active touring plan in the wake of Like Visions, informing reporter Eric Allen, “The street is great, because at least I understand where my following meal is via. I find lifestyle easier on tour. It isn’t becoming on tour that’s hard for me personally.” In Sept of 2010, Nobunny’s second full-length recording, First Blood, premiered by Goner. After a comparatively quiet 2011 without recordings released, Nobunny came back in 2012 with an individual for Suicide Press and an EP for Goner. He trapped with Goner for his third full-length stream of garage area punk, 2013’s Key Songs.