Black Moth Super Rainbow

Pittsburgh based electro-psych juggernauts Black Moth Super Rainbow have been creating a homegrown brand of hazy electronica for years now. Sort of like the blue collar, DIY Boards of Canada but without all the Satanic rumors. The band has taken their androgynous vocodor wielding sound and injected it with everything from funk to back shed beats and its come out as one of the most beautifully ramshackle sounds around. Often focusing on childhoods both lost and found the members all seem to tap into another plane that is extremely far removed from the steel capitol of the U.S. Like a a road trip with your imaginary friend through the recesses of your memory, their vision is both refreshing and harrowing but completely worth the price of admission. Fresh off their collaboration with The Octopus Project, the band have crafted yet another gem, Dandelion Gum and released it through Graveface records on May 15th.

[MP3] Black Moth Super Rainbow-Melt Me
[MP3] Black Moth Super Rainbow-When The Sun Grows On Your Tongue

Also as an added bonus the band has posted remixes of their work on their website. Here are a few remixes of Drippy Eye which has appeared on previous EPs and on the new album.

[MP3] Black Moth Super Rainbow-Drippy Eye (Brian Ellis Remix)
[MP3] Black Moth Super Rainbow-Drippy Eye (Octopus Project Remix)
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Blogger Kai said...

Thanks for this. I checked up the whole record and it's great.

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