Tuesday, May 27, 2008

New Black Moth Super Rainbow

Here are some fresh goods from my favorite group of experimental Pennsylvanians, otherwise known as Black Moth Super Rainbow. The psychedelic-synth-pop craftsmen (and women) have just released the Zodiac Girls 7'' via Suicide Squeeze, and it features two brand new tracks.

Side A's "Zodiac Girls" has charging bass line/kick drum under layers of keyboard, while Side B's "The Fields Are Breathing" has to be one of the most breezy, easy going tracks ever constructed by Black Moth Super Rainbow. This one is limited to 2,000 copies on cool clear vinyl and you can get it for just $5, complete with a free digital download. Pick it up here, and get lots more BMSR at the link.

3 comments:

JR Heat Warp said...

Thanks for the heads up on this one. I was amazed to see how young these guys were when I caught them at Stubbs during SXSW. Just a bunch of pups!

Mr. Curiosity said...

Yeah I was at that show as well, they sounded great that day. They are young'ins indeed.

Anonymous said...

thanks so much for posting, this is a very nice surprise.