Band: Hash Cabbage
Date: Friday, June 7, at 8 p.m. Venue: The Bone and Barrel, 311 Fairhope Ave. (Fairhope), 251-990-0782
Last December, Lagniappe gave readers a taste of Hash Cabbage before they took the stage at The Brickyard. This New Orleans-
based group specializes in tripping across jazz, reggae, funk psychedelic and all points in between. It is Hash Cabbage’s commitment to improvisation that is the most impressive aspect of their sound though. For this band, the live environment serves as a sonic playground that allows the band to experiment before an unsuspecting crowd.
Hash Cabbage will be introducing The Bone and Barrel crowd to the sounds of their self- titled debut album. The band’s liberal take on
music is quickly established with the opening track “Baise Pas Mon Coeur.” Slow grooves of reggae goodness are accented by smooth delivery of lyrics in French. “Kimiko” contrasts with an upbeat, jam-rock style in the key of the Grateful Dead. “Ouachita Mountains” maintains a blend of classic, West Coast jam and new-school Southern rock attitude that nods to the Drive-By Truckers. Judging from this album, Hash Cabbage’s should have a little something for all tastes.
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