Tuesday May 28th
Doors @ 6:30
Heavy on the analog, and sometimes on keeping their band member identities under wraps via ninja outfits and low pulled hats, Black Moth Super Rainbow sound like a kaleidoscope of psychedelia, folk, pop, and electronica. They’re no strangers to the Austin area, and it’s probably because they’re always playing to a full house here.
Check out Black Moth Super Rainbow here.
Check out The Hood Internet here.
Posted in Austin
Don’t sleep on this one! Black Moth Super Rainbow, fresh off the release of their 2012 record Cobra Juicy, will headline the Echoplex on Saturday, May 25th. Supporting them will be The Hood Internet and Oscillator Bug.
Tickets for this gig will cost $16-18 and go on sale this Saturday, February 2nd at 12 PM via Ticketfly.
Saturday, May 25th
Doors: 8:30 PM
Posted in Los Angeles
2012 was a thunderous year for music. So much is released on a daily basis, in fact, that many find it impossible to keep up with all these happenings. Fortunately for you, that’s what mxdwn does best. The following tracks signify what matters in music in our modern age. Sit down, chill out, and listen to what we consider to be the most important songs of the year.
Posted in Features
Taste the Cobra Rainbow, It’s Juicy
There is a sense that the listener should know what they are signing up for when they opt to listen to a band that identifies its current members as Tobacco, Ryan Graveface, Iffernaut, Bullsmear, and The Seven Fields of Aphelion. Black Moth Super Rainbow, dripping in psychedelia and futurism, has never been designed for the faint of heart. Whether this is deemed as a blessing or a crutch, their lean towards the otherworldly by means of heavy sonic experimentation and lyrical abstraction has always been a defining trait. Fortunately for the casual listener, this is the closest that Black Moth Super Rainbow has ever come to producing a controlled album, which is perhaps why Cobra Juicy is a smashing success from our forefathers of esotericism and ambivalence.