Over beats produced by her girlfriend and sometime partner-in-rhyme Black Cracker, breathy-voiced Bunny Rabbit spits all sorts of game about strap-on dildos, ugly buildings, shooting dolphins, and pretty much everything in between. It’s okay to label it Williamsburg-hipster-lesbian-erotica rap, but calling it hip-hop might be a little inaccurate; while Rabbit ostensibly raps, her vocals are way too low in the mix to be confused with what an MC does. Thought-provoking and musically original, Lovers and Crypts makes for an interesting first listen but, with the exception of “Lucky Bunny Foot,” it’s just not catchy enough to inspire a second.