DJ Z Interviews Boston’s Bad Rabbits [Exclusive Video]

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Download DJBooth's new App, The PLUG Chicago, Ill. -- Electro-funk five-piece Bad Rabbits may have an unconventional sound, but that didn't stop the Boston natives from earning rave Booth reviews with their first feature, single "Can't Back Down." The first signees to online clothing retailer Karmaloop.com's new music division, the group has created substantial online buzz with the release of last year's Stick Up Kids EP.



In an exclusive video interview with our own DJ "Z," singer Dua Boakye, guitarists Sanitago Araujo and Salim Akram, and bassist Graham Masser discuss the success of their ongoing national tour, the awful band names they considered before settling on "Bad Rabbits," and why crack cocaine may not be such a bad thing after all.

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