Album of the Week: Dandelion Gum by Black Moth Super Rainbow

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A favorite in our house, Dandelion Gum is BMSR’s third album and is laden with trippy, psychedelic and highly melodic songs that sound like they were written and played by a group of martian kids on too much cough syrup.  It’s electronic/rock that’s played and recorded live – no sequencers were used, which explains the warm, child-like feel to the songs. Check out “Drippy Eye” and “When the Sun Grows On Your Tongue”. Weird, fun, kid friendly… and its got a great beat! Check it out.

When the Sun Grows on Your Tongue

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