Black Moth Super Rainbow
“Deep in the woods of western Pennsylvania vocoders hum amongst the flowers and synths bubble under the leaf-strewn ground while flutes whistle in the wind and beats bounce to the soft drizzle of a warm acid rain. As the sun peeks out from between the clouds, the organic aural concoction of Black Moth Super Rainbow starts to glisten above the trees.”
Cobra Juicy & Dandelion Gum
Vocoders drenched with hot liqourice and fizzing gum from an evil candy machine.
Sparkling 8 bit pillows barbecued over the smoking transistors of analogue synthesizers.
Crunchy, melodic, ambient and grotesque. Strange and beautiful.
2007’s Dandelion Gum brought weird hooks and low fi beats together in short bursts of weird efflorescent pseudo-pop under the ethneogenic influence of Tobacco’s vintage synthesizers. Check out Tobacco’s Maniac Meat and Fucked up Friends.
2012’s Cobra Juicy was funded through Kickstarter proving that despite their unusual aesthetic Black Moth Super Rainbow have an audience that actually give a damn. The Cobra Juice tastes a little more of songs, with moments of sliding banjotars, touches of Battlestar Galactica disco, and vague flavours of 80’s electro- pop. In between hints of smokey summer romance between collapsing stars.
Same old Shit
If you need one good reason to listen to synthesizer based music and you’re tired of the same old shit – then this is for you.