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Black Mother Super Rainbow: Pittsburgh Lo-Fi Psychedelia at Urban Artifact

Black Moth Super Rainbow

Whether you enjoy having your face melted into a puddle on the floor by ambient synths and drippy vocals, or just straight up love the theme song to HBO’s Silicon Valley then you may be in luck later this month. Black Moth Super Rainbow is coming through Northside at Urban Artifact on June 24th, along with The Stargazer Lilies, to put on what should be a psychedelic experience. Formerly known as Soundpool, The Stargazer Lilies are an indie-pop shoegaze band from NE Pennsylvania and NYC, led by married couple Kim Field and John Cep, accompanied by drummer Cliff Albert. Since 2011, they’ve released 4 albums with a 5th in production by none other than BMSR frontman, Tobacco, set to be released under his Rad Cult label. Coming from Pittsburgh, PA, Black Moth Super Rainbow will be at Urban Artifact June 14 promoting their latest release PANIC BLOOMS. Their pre-digital electronic synths are like a lo-fi tune with a textured consistency that you can either chill or dance to. Tom Feck, aka Tobacco and frontman of the group, records on cassette tapes. He’s released several albums since 2003, including some you can’t get on any streaming services but via their website on vinyl and cassette. Maybe most notably, however, Feck is the creator of the theme song for HBO’s “Silicon Valley”. Check both bands on Spotify and Apple music, OR get the real thing in person at Urban Artifact the way Tobacco himself makes the music. It’s sure to be a unique vibe. When: June 14, doors @ 8 pm, show @ 9 pm, all ages

Where: Urban Artifact How much: $20 advance, $25 day of



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