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Ten Bands One Cause Pink Vinyl!
Ten Bands re-issue their albums on limited edition pink vinyl, all for one cause. This is the 5th year for the initiative that has raised over $200,000 for Gildas Club NYC, an organization that provides community support for both those diagnosed with cancer and their caretakers. It is named after comedian Gilda Radner, who passed away from cancer at the age of 43 in 1989.
The long overdue 6th album by Black Moth Super Rainbow.
"Panic Blooms" is a messed up and bleeding account of depression and the shadow side of human frailty, full of gorgeous warped melodies that exist as their own genre, somewhere between late '90s Warp Records, dub, and chopped and screwed codeine drip. Its not drug music, its dragged music, oozing through the muck of the present moment, past mutating the present, demon melodies filtered through the vain search for light.
This is why Pitchfork claimed BMSR mastered the balance between the grotesque and beautiful. Spin hailed their consistently great records of mind-altering, sugar-coated, vocoder-heavy psychedelic pop. Stereogum saluted their excellent haze.
Encoded in a syrupy fog, TOBACCOs lines stab with more ferocity than ever before. From the first track, the knives are out and slashing with chimerical violent imagery: mouths bleeding from razor blades stashed in tangerines and the ominous sensation of feeling haunted. There are sunset curses and diseased plants, sunburn fevers and doomsday downgrades, pink apocalyptic suns and sinister omens. Its reminiscent of the phrase used to describe surrealism: as beautiful as the chance encounter of a sewing machine and an umbrella on an operating table.
The follow up album to 2012's "Cobra Juicy"
Features the single "Mr No One".
• Limited Edition - 500 Copies
• Pink Vinyl
• Double LP
• 3-sided LP with silkscreened D side
• Gatefold jacket with new pink artwork
• File under: Liquid Goth
• Ten Bands One Cause campaign
1. Panic Blooms
2. Baby's In The Void
3. Rip On Through
4. One More Ear
5. Bad F**in Times
1. New Breeze
2. Aerosol Weather
3. June July 28
4. Bottomless Face
5. Permanent Hole
6. To The Beat Of A Creeper
1. We Might Come Back
4. Sunset Curses
5. Mr. No One