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Black Moth Super Rainbow (BMSR) comes from deep within the woods of Western Pennsylvania. An actual, 4-member band not comprised of the expected laptops and sequencers, BMSR is a psyche-pop group in early '70s electronic clothing. Sometimes the songs feel like pagan rituals in a sugarcoated fairyland. Other times they're like sad thoughts on the happiest days. All played and lovingly ... Read more in Amazon's Black Moth Super Rainbow Store

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12 of 12 people found the following review helpful
3 years of work in the woods... 17 Jan. 2008
By Nicole Ridge - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
If you are a fan of experimental music, this is a must. The sounds created here are colorful and complex, rich and imaginative. This band deserves a lot of credit for such a unique sound and approach to electronic music. Most of the songs are pretty short, (they'd have to be considering there is 23 of them) but they pack a punch- the melodies are addictive and fresh, the vocals are spooky and distant, and for all their effort, BMSR succeeds in creating something you've never heard before.
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
A Well Kept Secret 30 Aug. 2011
By Johnny - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
The other reviewer was spot on: this is some really original music. Its best attribute is also its downfall, however, because people might not like the sound of barely audible vocals or vocals through a vocoder. I found that many people I know haven't heard of them, which is upsetting but ends up being better. Only those that like this kind of music will end up trying to find it. The best way I can describe their sound is a cross between Boards of Canada and Animal Collective but that doesn't cover it too well. It's a mix of music that is psychedelic and music that invokes images of nature, namely forests. This is an album I had to buy on CD because the music is so good I had to sit down and let it consume my time for about an hour. If you are still not convinced, preview the songs Dandelion Graves, Falling Through a Field, Boatfriend, and The Sad Branch. Buy it now, you will not regret it and it will probably become one of the most played CD's in your collection.
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