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The enigmatic Black Moth Super Rainbow -- Ryan Graveface, Pony Diver, Iffernaut, the Seven Fields of Aphelion, and, mercifully, Thomas "Tobacco" Fec -- come onstage accompanied by a revelation: They seem to be homo sapiens after all.

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Venomous, yet succulent, "Cobra Juicy" provides the pulse needed to energize the colossal Black Moth Super Rainbow by means of digitized vocals and hypnotic instrumentation.

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The music of Black Moth Super Rainbow exists in a dimension where the best analog sounds of electronic and psychedelic music delightfully coexist. That being said, it is hard to imagine a live show capable of accurately portraying what the experimental band from Pittsburgh puts to record.

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I will readily admit that I had my doubts about Friday night's show at Off Broadway. Tobacco -- moog-minded frontman of Black Moth Super Rainbow, Tom Fec -- immediately struck me as a poor fit for the Lemp Ave. mainstay, which tends to shy away from experimental or electronic artists in favor of Midwestern rock and acoustic acts catering to the 30-something set.

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