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Black Moth Super Rainbow
Panic Blooms

Welcome back Black Moth Super Rainbow, the Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania purveyors of music every bit as wacky and colourful as their name suggests. Their sixth LP Panic Blooms, six years since the last one, comes packing the gleefully messy, awkward, vocoded pop productions familiar to fans of previous output. But I daresay the tone this time is a touch more melancholy than usual.
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Tobacco
Ripe & Majestic

Tobacco, also of Black Moth Super Rainbow, has done a lot of great work over the last decade, including a major TV show theme and work with Aesop Rock as well as solo productions. Ripe & Majestic collects twenty-four tracks that are either rare or previously unreleased, rounding them together into one neat and exciting passage, available on CD or double LP. From Rad Cult.

Black Moth Super Rainbow
Drippers


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Black Moth Super Rainbow + The Octopus Project
The House of Apples and Eyeballs

A reissue of the out of print vinyl of 2007’s collaborative album between Black Moth Super Rainbow and The Octopus Project, here we have The House of Apples and Eyeballs, a rather majestic record of swooning psychedelia and storytelling shoegaze. Lots of far off synth sounds crash into vocoder distortion and a constant beat but the array of instruments sound pretty impressive. It’s got echoes of something childish and fun, like Bruce Haack or Melody’s Echo Chamber. Something incredibly interesting has been created here. Edition of 1000 on blue and white splatter vinyl.
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Black Moth Super Rainbow
Dandelion Gum

Black Moth Super Rainbow are a experimental psychedelic band from Pennsylvania. Their music has always taken precedence over any image and they hide their real selves behind aliases such as Tobacco (Vocals) and Power Pill Fist (Bass, Atari). Their third album Dandelion Gum was originally released in 2007. The songs are themed around tales that have been passed down through a tradition of family storytelling. Whilst being categorised as an electronic band, that pigeon-holing really doesn’t tell the full story. Their music could be described as being like the weirder end of The Flaming Lips output and therefore, pretty damn good.
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Zodiac Girls


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Milieu, Black Moth Super Rainbow, Goudron, Various
Birth Certificate


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