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Portrait of Random Rabbit ATL

Random Rabbit ATL

About Random Rabbit ATL

Atlanta, GA

Random Rabbit set the bar extremely high for themselves from the very moment they formed in a small room in Decatur, Georgia in May 2005. Making their live debut only five weeks later, the Atlanta music scene was forever impacted by the Rabbit's new brand of organic electronica. Even in its earliest incarnation, Random Rabbit's music was directly inspired by the bands that have since become their contemporaries, such as Sound Tribe Sector 9 and Tortoise. Their unorthodox pairing of computers and 21st century technology with the traditional guitar/bass dynamic proved to be a successful formula for Random Rabbit, and their reputation garnered them much attention and praise around the city, even performing a small run in North Carolina

As the Rabbit entered 2006, they took their first step west out of Atlanta, making appearances in Alabama and Mississippi. The trio continued to work diligently in the studio, as new tracks rolled out on a regular basis. Fifteen songs were chosen for inclusion on the debut album, The New Monument (released November 2006, Abstract Logic Recordings). Coupling layers upon layers of acoustic guitars, funky broken beats and pulsing basslines, The New Monument is a hypnotic 75-minute blast of psychedelic electronica

In 2007 coming off the heels of their first album, the Rabbit immediately began recording tracks for their sophomore effort, The Book Was Better (released February 2008, Abstract Logic Recordings). The album continued to note the band's fascination with combining the elements of acoustic and electronica. Random Rabbit began incorporating more of the electric guitar that had become a staple of the live show, resulting in a more aggressive product that maintained the ever-present joyfulness of past Rabbit tracks

In addition to increasingly prolific studio sessions, Random Rabbit found time to play their first major outdoor festival at Atlanta's Echo Project. The band also played four marathon late-night radio sets in Atlanta and Tampa, performed as special guests on Royal Caribbean's “Solar Sessions” Cruise and shared the stage twice with Public Enemy's DJ Lord. The year culminated in the form of a jaw-dropping, six-hour, three-set show at Liquified Atlanta's “Toasted 2K8” New Year's Eve bash

Random Rabbit's live show has become a thing of legend in Atlanta and beyond. The band's loose approach to their songs allows for awe-inspiring improvisation, giving any audience an undeniable excuse to dance all night long. As 2008 unfolds, new toys and instruments are being introduced into the live format, new songs are being unveiled at every turn and new fans are flocking en masse to see an emerging young band at the top of its genre.

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