Red Hare - little acts of destruction
Red Hare?s roots run all the way back to the Washington D.C. music scene of the 80?s and 90?s, where Shawn Brown, Jason Farrell and Dave Eight immersed themselves in the braids and tangles of that city?s unique strain of hardcore. In 1987, Brown (the original [and current] singer of Dag Nasty) and guitarist Farrell founded Swiz, a harsher take on melodic hardcore released via Dischord?s sister-labeln Sammich and their own freshly-minted label Hellfire. Eight joined Swiz on bass in 1989 and remained until the band wrapped it up in 1990. Red Hare are set to release their second album ?Little Acts of Destruction? on May 18th through a joint effort with Dischord and their own label Hellfire.The album was recorded and mixed by longtime collaborator and friend J.Robbins. These 14 songs are a heady/hearty mix of the familiar and new that bristle with the energy of the hometown sound they helped shape.
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