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[Apr. 10th, 2007|12:56 am]
Nate Bunnyfield
The list of artists who've profoundly changed my life is pretty short.

Currently, Black Moth Super Rainbow tops that list.

So I'm going to post stuff about them as much I want without apology.

bmsr in rolling stone (by david fricke)

david fricke called our show one of the best at sxsw in the new issue of rolling stone - crazy!

"They didn't look psychedelic, just confused. The female drummer wore a toucan mask and her sweat-shirt hood pulled druid-style over her head. A woman playing keyboards had on a fur hat with bobcat ears. The singer sat on the floor, invisible, crooning through a vocoder. But musically, this bucolic-futurist quintet was a firmly directed trip: pillowy synth chords and day-glo songcraft nailed to Earth by insistent backbeats. Formed in 2003, Black Moth have a sizable library of CDs to their name. Renown should follow.
HEAR THEM
The group's latest disc is Dandelion Gum (Graveface)"

http://blog.myspace.com/index.cfm?fuseaction=blog.view&friendID=9934934&blogID=251257868

So excited about the possiblity of seeing them twice this weekend!

Emily even quit her volunteer job saving lives to come with me!


Ah, something to look forward to. Isn't it nice?

(That's a reappropriated line from a poem I cannot find. Damn.)


Also, what's up with Fricke's FEMALE DRUMMER and WOMAN PLAYING KEYBOARDS, but no MALE SINGER or MAN SITTING? It just sounds ridiculous in 2007.
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[User Picture]From: subplot2
2007-04-10 01:33 pm (UTC)
Emily even quit her volunteer job saving lives to come with me!

Uh, also mainly to get a second job so I can crawl out of debt...

I mean, Yeah! It's all for you and BMSR! Rock! :D
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[User Picture]From: laurel_journal
2007-04-10 04:02 pm (UTC)
THANK YOU for noticing that.
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From: nemp
2007-04-11 07:11 pm (UTC)
Which album would you recommend as an introduction?
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From: natebunnyfield
2007-04-11 10:09 pm (UTC)
Start A People

You should be able to find without much difficulty.

I've only listened to that one, Dandelion Gum and a bootleg from Dallas. A lot of there older stuff is proving hard to find.

Their collaboration with The Octopus Project is nice and mental too.
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