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Tobacco is part of the mysterious psychedelic Pittsburgh group Black Moth Super Rainbow, and when the mood strikes him, he also releases music on his own. He hasn't dropped a new album since 2010's…   Read Story »
Psychedelic Pittsburgh synth-murk unit Black Moth Super Rainbow raised a whole fuckton of money on Kickstarter to fund the release of new LP Cobra Juicy, and that album's release is now imminent.…   Read Story »
The lurching, psychedelic Pittsburgh production unit Black Moth Super Rainbow will self-release Cobra Juicy, their new crowd-funded album, later this month. We've already heard the charged-up single…   Read Story »
Way the hell back in 2008, Black Moth Super Rainbow member Tobacco remixed the Black Keys stomper "I Got Mine," giving it a stuttering psych-rap makeover. That remix was never released, and Tobacco…   Read Story »
The Georgia indie Graveface is launching a new Charity Subscription Series, a 7" singles club that'll send its proceeds to a wide range of worthy causes. The series will include music from people…   Read Story »
In this space, I usually try to write something about whatever connecting threats might run through the five videos I pick for the week. That's not happening this week. I absolutely cannot think of a…   Read Story »
Pittsburgh melt-pop toxic avengers Black Moth Super Rainbow are priming the world for their new Kickstarter-funded album Cobra Juicy, and their new song "Windshield Smasher" pushes their bubbling-tar…   Read Story »
Synth-psych mutants Black Moth Super Rainbow recently took to Kickstarter to raise the funds necessary to self-release their new album Cobra Juicy. And as I'm writing this, they've raised nearly…   Read Story »
The two members of decayed-noise synth experimenters Black Moth Super Rainbow have been busy with side projects in recent years, but they just got back together to release a mysterious new song…   Read Story »
In which a working stiff experiences raw sirloin bursting through his skin to the sounds of Beck's disembodied moans and pleasantly dusky vocals, overtop Tobacco's "Terrible Lie" reminiscent…   Read Story »