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Editors’ Notes

Philadelphia’s Black Moth Super Rainbow raised the bar on contemporary electro-psychedelia with Dandelion Gum. 2009’s Eating Us turns the oddball knob down a few notches in favor of lighter, dreamier, atmospheric sounds. Eating Us is more Air-generated hallucinogenics than, say, Flaming Lips trippiness (although Lips producer David Fridmann is at the helm here), and features a crisper, more “produced” sound that works in the band’s favor. A tranquil mood pervails with woozy, sleepy tracks like “Gold Splatter” and “Smile the Day After Today” outnumbering tunes like “The Sticky,” with its cool dance beat and ‘70s analog warmth, and “Tooth Decay,” a hypnotic swirl of booming bass drum and loopy keyboard lines. Standout track “Iron Lemonade” drifts on a dark, funeral rhythm of drum and bass, with singer Tobacco’s elfin, vocoder musings swirling on the surface like ‘60s light show abstracts. The sugary, bubblegum charm of “Born On a Day the Sun Didn’t Rise” has real staying power, leaving a delightful taste even after countless listens. BMSR is all about color and flavor, and Eating Us couldn’t be more delectable.

Customer Reviews

The Drippiness Lives On!

their fourth album is nothing short of their previous work. but BMSR tends to evolve. Falling Through the Field was more of a folk record, Start a People had vague electornic tinges, Dandelion Gum was full on indie electornic but Eating Us is their debut to a synth-scratched polybubblegum world. Most of these songs are very shoegazing types quality, suign faded flutes and strings while others are BMSR's own crashing of rainbows and sunshine.

This sweet sticky morsel makes my teeth decay!

Clearly one of the best produced albums of theirs since the famous Dave Fridmann produced their album. You can tell the difference between the other Lo-fi albums and Eating Us but its still the tasty Black Moth Super Rainbow we know and love... Continue to be amazing BMSR!


If you liked BMSR's last albums,Dandelion Gum and Drippers, then you will love this one especially the psychedelic beats of the songs Twin Of Myself, The Sticky, and Hidamari


Formed: 2002 in Pittsburgh, PA

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '00s, '10s

A notoriously enigmatic band hailing from Pennsylvania, Black Moth Super Rainbow made waves on the indie circuit in the early 2000s with their brand of otherworldly, psychedelic indie pop. The project began in Pittsburgh in 2002, and expanded to include five members (Tobacco, the Seven Fields of Aphelion, Power Pill Fist, Iffernaut, and Father Hummingbird) in the following year. Packing a sound that nodded to contemporary retro-chic electronic acts like Air and the Octopus Project (who they would...
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