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  • 08/28/2007

Chart: Tobacco of Black Moth Super Rainbow's Top Ten

After the band's recent Dandelion Gum (Graveface) release, there has been something of a Black Moth Super Rainbow insurgence amongst everyone from high-level hip-hop fanatics to neo-psych, Aquarius Records clients. The Pittsburgh-based group members (The Seven Fields of Aphelion, Power Pill Fist, Iffernaut, Father Hummingbird, and Tobacco, all of whom have solo projects under their respective monikers) have already amassed tours with the likes of Aesop Rock and The Flaming Lips, bringing rural psych-pop to huge stages across the US. XLR8R caught up with Tobacco to see what ten records inspired the band's analog invasion.

Dandelion Gum is out now on Graveface. Graveface

Tobacco of Black Moth Super Rainbow Chart
1. Odd Nosdam Level Live Wires (Anticon)
2. Daniel Higgs Atomic Yggdrasil Tarot (Thrill Jockey)
3. Jel Greenball 3rd (Anticon)
4. Aesop Rock None Shall Pass Definitive Jux
5. The Black Keys Rubber Factory (Fat Possum)
6. Lone Everything Is Changing Colour (Vu-us)
7. Longmont Potion Castle 5 (Reptilian)
8. Eluvium Copia (Temporary Residence)
9. Hair Police The Empty Quarter (Harbinger Sound)
10. Circus Devils Sgt. Disco (Ipecac)

Tour Dates
09/05 Cincinnati, OH: Southgate House
09/06 Chicago, IL: Abbey Theater
09/07 Chicago, IL: Aragon Theater
09/09 Minneapolis, MN: The Myth
09/10 Omaha, NE: Waiting Room
09/12 Kansas City, KS: Uptown Theater
09/14 Colorado Springs, CO: Black Sheep
09/16 Salt Lake City, UT: Urban Lounge
09/18 Vancouver, BC: Orpheum Theater
09/19 Portland, OR: Roseland Theater
09/20 Seattle, WA: Paramount Theater
09/22 Eugene, OR: WOW Hall
09/25 Pomona, CA: Glasshouse
09/28 Santa Barbara, CA: Magic Lantern
09/29 Upland, CA: The Wire
10/06 Visalia, CA: The Cellar Door
10/10 San Francisco, CA: Fillmore
10/12 Los Angeles, CA: Henry Fonda Theatre
10/13 Phoenix, AZ: Clubhouse
10/14 Albuquerque, NM: Sunshine Theatre
10/15 Durango, CO: Abbey Theatre
10/17 Colorado Springs, CO: Black Sheep
10/18 Denver, CO: Cervantes
10/19 Boulder, CO: Fox Theatre
10/20 Ft. Collins, CO: Aggie Theatre
10/22 Salt Lake City, UT: In The Venue
10/25 Portland, OR: Wonder Ballroom
10/26 Vancouver, BC: Commodore Ballroom
10/27 Bellingham, WA: Nightlight
10/28 Seattle, WA: Showbox
10/30 Eugene, OR: WOW Hall
11/07 Asheville, NC: Orange Peel
11/09 Orlando, FL: Social Pavilion
11/10 Miami, FL: Studio A
11/12 Baton Rouge, LA: Spanish Moon
11/13 New Orleans, LA: House of Blues
11/14 Houston, TX: Warehouse
11/16 Dallas, TX: The Loft
11/17 Austin, TX: Emo's
11/19 Nashville, TN: Cannery
11/20 Atlanta, GA: MJQ

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