Dawn Of The Replicants continue to become an ever more cultish concern and as cult bands are wont to do, they have now released a mini album including alternative versions, a cover and a few unreleased tracks. The cover version happens to be 'Rhinestone Cowboy'; a rather confusing choice initially but bearing in mind this release is to celebrate the band's recent appearance at the South By South West Festival in Austin, Texas, it makes some sense. It's a decent stab at the song but is hardly a track that needs to be heard. The same can be said for the two versions of 'Won't Harm A Fly'; the first is already on previous album 'The Extra Room' whilst the second is in acoustic - and inferior - form. So that just leaves the three new tracks; a song actually called 'The Extra Room' which features DOTR's usual ramshackle charm but not the customary melodies, 'Hollywood Hills Revisited' is much stronger and includes some great off-kilter harmonies whilst 'Horns' is an ambitious, noirish and menacing instrumental which sounds nothing like anything they have done before but appears ready-made for French cinema. Collectively, though, 'Bun Magic' is recommended for the devotees whilst newcomers would be best served seeking out the earlier albums.