Listening Station: The Super-Fly Sounds Of Black Moth Super Rainbow

Mar 27th, 2007 // 8 Comments

Pittsburgh’s Black Moth Super Rainbow returned from their SXSW stint to find all sorts of big-time big-ups, including a glowing mention in the New York Times. So we’re now more eager than ever to catch a BMSR live show, especially since the group’s trippy, who-put-the-acid-in-my-mescaline album Dandelion Gum–due out in May–has been fuzzing up our workspace for the past few weeks. “Sun Lips,” below, provides a pretty good idea of the band’s sound, which would work well either a 1973 nature documentary or midnight-movie serial-killer thriller:

Black Moth Super Rainbow – Sun Lips [MP3, link expired]
Black Moth Super Rainbow [MySpace]


  1. Ned Raggett

    @brasstax: Indeed? Condemn ‘em both, I say!

  2. Ozzy

    This is too overtly stoner for me to enjoy while high. Like getting it on to “Let’s Get it On.”

  3. konflictofinterest

    Dude, Idolator, get with the program. You’re just now featuring these guys?

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