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5/4/18 New Releases at Mills Record Company

Aquilo — II Belly — Dove (Exclusive First Edition Colored Splatter Vinyl / First New Belly Album in 20 Years! / Digital Download + Two Extra Tracks Included) Black Moth Super Rainbow — Panic Blooms (Gold Vinyl / 2xLP) Brian Eno — Music For Installations (6 CD Boxset / Features Previously Unreleased Music From Brian Eno’s […]

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3/16/18 New Releases at Mills Record Company

Abhorer — Oblation II: Abyssic Demonolatries Ace Frehley — Space Invader (1st Time on Picture Disc) American Pleasure Club — A Whole Fucking Lifetime of This (Blue/White Vinyl / Digital Download Included / Formerly Teen Suicide) Bassnectar — Reflective Pt. 1 & 2 (Limited Edition Colored 180g Vinyl / Digital Download Included) Black Foxxes — […]

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Tobacco Returns to Sweatbox Dynasty

In his previous release, Ultima II Massage, Tobacco, of Black Moth Super Rainbow, shifted his aesthetic from the ethereal synth washes that defined his first project to the angular grinding that comprised his hip hop outfit, Demon Queen. The result was an album that unfurled like a grimy mixtape found on the bottom of a used […]

Show Preview: Tobacco at The Bottleneck

  Called a tape-deck snake charmer, Black Moth Super Rainbow member, Tobacco, will be at The Bottleneck next Saturday (9/13) to unspool his noisy, grit mottled songs. His latest album, Ultima II Massage, stays within the same sonic realm of his previous albums and other projects—atmospheric, synth-driven, danceable without being mundane. That said, whereas previous […]

Tobacco Buzz

Tobacco’s latest album Ultima II Massage seems to borrow equally from its creator’s other projects: Black Moth Super Rainbow and Demon Queen. That said, the album gives us the noisy, over-effected hook-after-hook songs we expect from Tobacco while allowing him to experiment with new soundscapes and concepts otherwise absent in previous albums. Tobacco’s grittier edge […]