Secret songs that became some of our favorites.
Have you ever seen Creepshow II?
Angel Haze, Wavves, Cold War Kids, The Joy Formidable, and more
Chelsea Light Moving, Killer Mike, Thee Oh Sees, Sleep, and more.
Asheville’s live tribute to Bob Moog finds success for a third time.
A little clearer, a little tighter, yet also a little less powerful.
Our second plug-in off Cobra Juicy.
Tom Waits, My Morning Jacket, Lower Dens, and more.
A car-jacking of epic proportions.
Squarepusher, Explosions in the Sky, Richie Hawtin, and Miike Snow, too.
Kanye West, Crystal Castles, The Babies, and more!
Plus, U.S. tour dates announced.
Donate $10,000 and the band will throw you a roller disco party.
Rare appearance by Black Moth Super Rainbow.
This slate of tracks should whet your appetites for outdoor music.
A new cut after a several-year absence.
Necessary summer listening.
This is a cause that’s definitely worth your money.
This dude just can’t stay out of the headlines!
The best anniversary present since the invention of the tie.
The sadistic moans and groans, screeching synths, and odd recordings are perfect for scaring away the neighborhood kids.
As if every day isn’t Halloween already with Black Moth Super Rainbow…
Yeah, so how about that ATP New York 2009…
This past Monday, Baltimore’s finest flooded Ottobar for what was to be one hell of an indie explosion, what with scheduled performances by Ask The Idea, In Every Room, Dan Friel of Parts & Labor fame and, most importantly, …
There’s a disgusting image that readily comes to mind every time a new piece of news about or music by Black Moth Super Rainbow comes out. The group has an affinity for candy (2007’s Dandelion Gum, “Lollipopsichord”, Bubblegum Animals…
As you probably already know, Black Moth Super Rainbow is planning to Eat Us on May 26th, meaning the Pittsburgh based outfit will have plenty of energy when it embarks on its newly announced North American tour. Beginning on May …
Ok so when we got heard Black Moth Super Rainbow is gearing up to release a brand new studio described as a “dark bubblegum freakout” and full of “sticky, off-kilter melodies,” we can’t say we were really surprised. After all, …
There is something about rural western Pennsylvania that seems to be inspiring some of the most innovative, and elusive, sounds to date. Leading the heavy beats is a man known only as Tobacco. For the better half of the decade …
Hailing from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, the members of Black Moth Super Rainbow show a mastery of mystery melody and synthesizers that put you into a state of head bobbing bliss as you float through the seventeen tracks on their 2007 release …