Black Rabbit is a punk/rock/garage power trio from Burlington, VT circa 2011. Their MO is short and catchy songs with lots of hooks and sing-along choruses. Marc and Darlene started out in New York City in a band called Ride The Mole, playing clubs like CBGB, The Knitting Factory, and Luna Lounge. After moving to Vermont they regrouped as a three piece, featuring the core elements of guitar, bass and drums. Their interests include melody, harmony, loudness, and speed. In 2015 Black Rabbit released the critically-acclaimed full-length album Red Flannel Hash and were named “Best Rock Artist/Group” by Seven Days.

  • Marc Scarano –      vocals and guitar
  • Darlene Scarano – bass and vocals
  • Trevor Jewett –      drums


  • “Worshipping at the church of CBGB circa 1976, Black Rabbit’s music spans the gamut of the artists who played there: early Ramones to early Blondie. “Nicky Says” sounds like a nod to the Velvet Underground’s “Candy Says,” while “It’s Cold” could be a lost Dead Boys song.”   -County Tracks, 5/3/17
  • “Red Flannel Hash, the latest record from Burlington, VT’s Black Rabbit, is bursting at the seams with enough hard, fast guitar riffs to keep your head bouncing for weeks.” –The Deli New England

  • “Heavily indebted to the Ramones and anyone else who ever played CBGB.” -Noisey
  • “Black Rabbit’s Red Flannel Hash is a rare punk record that succeeds as much on gnashing attitude as it does with wit, melody and musicality.” -Seven Days
  • “I haven’t heard anything this raw in ages…Amazing stuff. 5/5” –WRUV 90.1 FM
  • “Roaring American Rockers Who Jolt Out A Punk/Garage Rock Voltage. This is huge ‘now’ rock n’ roll with a vibrant and high-flying NYC punk rock charge.” -Forkster




Black Rabbit EP   – June 23, 2012

  • “The Burlington-based, husband-and-wife-fronted garage-rock trio is an excellent addition to the Queen City scene…The album takes you on a short but bracing five-song ride from the garage to the road.”   -Seven Days

Lipstick and Dynamite – June 21, 2014

  • “Black Rabbit remain rooted in 1970s punk and bands such as the Ramones and New York Dolls. But on their latest, they use the iconic sounds of those bands merely as a launching point to explore new avenues. The result is a self-assured and markedly improved album that finds Black Rabbit beginning to truly forge a unique identity.”   -Seven Days

Red Flannel Hash – June 23, 2015

  • “One of the best Vermont punk records in recent years.” -Seven Days



“Mark My Words”  – November 1, 2013.

  • Released on Conspiracy A-Go-Go, a compilation commemorating the 50th anniversary of JFK’s assassination.

“Carnage” – August 2, 2014.

“The Original Original” – June 4, 2015