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Demon Queen – Exorcise Tape album review

The LA electronic beat maker Tobacco has teamed up with Zackey Force Funk to make the tight outlandish sounds of Demon Queen. For anyone not familiar with Tobacco’s previous work, the creative sounds he laces into neo-industrial beat driven tracks seem to pull you in multiple directions at the same time, which can be a mind warping experience. Meanwhile, and unlike really any other rapper, Zackey Force Funk relies on his ability to croon, opting for a falsetto and soft-spoken delivery where other rappers typically boast with bravado. Tobacco is known…

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Black Moth Super Rainbow – Cobra Juicy album review

The only thing more confusing than the sound of Black Moth Super Rainbow’s new album “Cobra Juicy” is who they are and where the hell they came from.  We do know the band’s founding member Tobacco came from Pittsburgh, PA.  (You know, world famous Tobacco).  He then brought in friends Father Hummingbird, The Seven Fields of Aphelion and Iffernaut, also very common house-hold names.  The band has been going strong since 2002 releasing 5 full-length albums, “Cobra Juicy” being the last, released just this past October.  BMSR have over a decade…

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Black Moth Super Rainbow to tour with Flaming Lips in September, Aesop Rock in October

“A lot of neo-psych bands get the trippiness right, but can’t find that magical mix of tunefulness and sonic invention that makes listeners want to take their trip more than once. On Black Moth Super Rainbow‘s third album, Dandelion Gum, the mysterious Pennsylvania combo builds songs out of scratched fragments of roller-disco, sunshine-pop, and what sounds like intercepted interstellar broadcasts. Songs like “Jump Into My Mouth And Breathe The Stardust” are dense and fuzzy, with layers of vocoder, shrill synthesizers, and twangy guitar, but they also maintain a basic structural integrity. Even though Dandelion Gum opens with “Forever Heavy,” one of the best mind-bending album-starters since My Bloody Valentine’s “Only Shallow,” Black Moth Super Rainbow is effective because it isn’t afraid to let songs float off like brightly colored balloons.” — Noel Murray, The Onion

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