“I keep coming back to Black Rabbit’s 2015 record
Red Flannel Hash, which completely caught me by surprise
as one of the best Vermont punk records in recent years.”
Read the 7D review of Red Flannel Hash here:
“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.”
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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. My favorite track off the record is “Sayonara”, with its catchy chorus and rowdy guitar solo. The song is over so quickly that by the time it’s finished, you’re left wondering: “what was that and why was it so incredibly awesome?”
Here’s a cool review of Red Flannel Hash! Thank you Houston Roby for listening and posting!
Summer’s here and the time is right … for dancin’ in the street. Or fightin’ in the street. Or doin’ it in the road. Apparently, there are lots of fun seasonal activities you can perform on a nearby thoroughfare. But the asphalt is heating up quickly and many super-fine records are stacking up, all of them in serious danger of melting into a pile of super-fine black goo. So rock down to electric avenue. And let’s round ’em up.
In every city, town, and village in the US of A, there are talented local bands who, but for one break, would be on the national scene. Go forth, find them! We’ve got one right here.
Black Rabbit keeps rock alive in Burlington, Vermont. Loosely, I’m going to say they combine the pop instincts of early Green Day with the vibe of L.A. punks, X. As for the album: almost every…
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