Black Moth Super Rainbow’s shimmering Boatfriend

Black Moth Super Rainbow – “Boatfriend” mp3

Black Moth Super Rainbow is as wonderful and mysterious as their name. As I believe I have suggested before, they do sound rather like a Black Moth Super Rainbow would sound, if you could find one in nature. How does a Black Moth Super Rainbow sound? Like this! See? Circular. Complete. Noir, moist, luminescent and colorful. Wielding analog keyboards and a singular artistic vision, these lads have been making a name for themselves well outside of any pop music standard, issuing nectar for the imagination that succeeds by its own rules. This brief adventure, “Boatfriend,” is like a flower opening to the sun after a stormy night.

Black Moth Super Rainbow
“Boatfriend” (mp3)
from “The Autumn Kaleidoscope Got Changed”
(Rad Cult)
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Black Moth Super Rainbow – “Born on a Day the Sun Didn’t Rise” mp3

Black Moth Super Rainbow – “Born on a Day the Sun Didn’t Rise” mp3

Like many, I am drawn like a moth to the flame of BMSR, where instead of burning into oblivion, we are transported into a blissful audio cacoon of magic and wonder. I love JosieSpace’ observation – they tend to sound like (French electro pop band) Air, but with “hair!” Giggle. I love this song and the album is a real treat too.

Black Moth Super Rainbow
“Born on a Day the Sun Didn’t Rise” (mp3)
from “Eating Us”
(Graveface Records)

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Note – this is the top seller on the IODA album chart right now – which, to me, is a much bigger deal than being on the Billboard charts at this point. Because while teh numbers are still relatively smaller than what the big labels are putting up, the fact is indie product thru IODA is increasing their catalog and sales numbers, while blockbuster product thru the cartel distros of yesterday continue to shrink. Yes your Superfan watches with interest and participates with glee, as the old monopolized music industry rots within its own castle walls, and outside an indie coalition grows a loooooooong tail. But I digress, my dear readers. Black Moth Super Rainbow is good sex music. There. Better? Good.

A Black Moth, rising with the Sun

Black Moth Super Rainbow – “Born on a Day the Sun Didn’t Rise”

Like many, I am drawn like a moth to the flame of BMSR, where instead of burning into oblivion, we are transported into a blissful audio cacoon of magic and wonder. A friend once observed, “they tend to sound like (French electro pop band) Air, but with “hair!” Giggle. I love this song and the album is a real treat too.

Black Moth Super Rainbow
“Born on a Day the Sun Didn’t Rise” (mp3)
from “Eating Us”
(Graveface Records)

Need more!

Note – this is the top seller on the IODA album chart right now – which, to me, is a much bigger deal than being on the Billboard charts at this point. Because while teh numbers are still relatively smaller than what the big labels are putting up, the fact is indie product thru IODA is increasing their catalog and sales numbers, while blockbuster product thru the cartel distros of yesterday continue to shrink.  Yes your Superfan watches with interest and participates with glee, as the old monopolized music industry rots within its own castle walls, and outside an indie coalition grows a loooooooong tail. But I digress, my dear readers. Black Moth Super Rainbow is good sex music. There. Better? Good.