“Deep in the woods of western Pennsylvania vocoders hum amongst the flowers and synths bubble under the leaf-strewn ground while flutes whistle in the wind and beats bounce to the soft drizzle of a warm acid rain. As the sun peeks out from between the clouds, the organic aural concoction of Black Moth Super Rainbow starts to glisten above the trees.” -Dandelion Gun album insert
sometimes its best to let the band speak for themselves even if it does sound like one of those mars-volta-esque situations in which band members get together, take far to many hallucinogens, and run around in the woods until something resembling an album is born.
band members Tobacco, The Seven Fields of Aphelion, d.kyler, Father Hummingbird, and Ryan Graveface successfully give you music to listen to as you drop a tab or two. next time take me with you.
Black Moth Super Rainbow-Tooth Decay
Black Moth Super Rainbow-Rollerdisco
i’ve always liked me a little bit of well organized ‘noise’ and british experimental folk band Tunng has decided to take it a step further. the duo have become pioneers in employing the seashell (for serial) to string together weird sounds to create something ridiculously awesome. Bullets has been one of my favorites for a while now and i must admit i take great comfort in the repetition of my justification when trying to share the glory with others, “it starts off kinda weird but just you wait….”
’cause genius insists they should be on the same playlist…
Electrelane-To The East