Jack Rabbit Slams are a three piece rock ‘n’ roll/alternative outfit from Central Scotland made up of Rob McCombie on Vocals/guitar, Kristaps Baumanis on Bass and Sean Love on Drums. Today I’ll be reviewing their latest single ‘Crackerjack’.
‘Crackerjack’ kicks off fast and builds, a complex fusion of instruments overlaid so well and built on top of each other so well that it creates this seamless cacophony of passion, energy and frankly awesomeness. I really liked this track, it doesn’t just fire forward, it has its peaks and troughs, by which I mean slower more evenly paced parts, matched up with high paced, and frenetic parts that blend together really well to make a track that just works. This is going up alongside to reviews of more melodic ballad type tracks and personally I liked coming to this after some softer more resonant emotional tracks, they allow you to dive into someone’s feelings, this track just hammers out fierce and powerful vibes, and at least for me just makes me feel totally rad!
So that’s what I thought of Jack Rabbit Slams single ‘Crackerjack’ and if you want to check that out for yourself then head on over to Spotify. Make sure and support the band by following them on Facebook and Twitter.
First Published on: https://offtherecordblog.org/
Off the Record is and always will be a free platform, but if you like what we do here and want to contribute to the production of future content then you can do so by donating to our PayPal or Ko-Fi.