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Blood Bunny/Black Rabbit, Black Heart Procession’s post-Six stop-gap before their seventh full-length, is a mini-album that features three new originals and five remixes. The new songs “Blank Page,” “The Orchid,” and “Devotion” are the choice cuts, and are characteristically ominous as piano ballads spruced up with electronic orchestration. Meanwhile, “Freeze” finds iconic Bob Marley producer Lee “Scratch” Perry enhancing the track as only he can, dubbed out with mystical medicine man shouts; Jenkins remixes his own songs “Silence” and "Heaven Below” under the guise Mr. Tube; and "Drugs" is reworked into two trippy songs, with Eluvium’s ten minutes of ambience segueing into an excellent contemplative boom-bap version by Jamuel Saxon.


Formed: 1997 in San Diego, CA

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '90s, '00s, '10s

Formed in late 1997 in San Diego, the Black Heart Procession have been described as beautifully bleak and brooding indie rock with a dark side. Lyrically touching on the melancholy side of human nature, the five-piece band is appropriately named given its themes of isolation, depression, and heartache. The core members of Pall Jenkins and Tobias Nathaniel (Three Mile Pilot) also collaborate on-stage and in the studio with various musicians whose instruments include guitar, piano, percussion, and...
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