Black Moth Super Rainbow

A little dessert to last year's Dandelion Gum, the upcoming Drippers EP from 70's synth masters Black Moth Super Rainbow picks up some post-Dandelion outtakes, some Pre-formation demo action, a remix of Laura Berhenn (of Georgie James) and a collaboration with Mike Watt? Sure why not? True to the BMSR aesthetic through and through, and with the exception of the pre-BMSR track "I Saw Brown" its all on par with their high quality output. Particularly interesting here are the glimpses of the band working outside their usual boundaries such as the Berhenn remix, which like the Tobacco track feat. Aesop Rock, showcases the band as soundsmiths, able to lend their gritty aesthetic to any performer's outlet. The EP will come packaged as a CD and 10" with artwork that continues on the themes started in the "Zodiac Girls" 7".

[MP3] Black Moth Super Rainbow - Milk Skates

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