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Boomkat Product Review:
A follow-up to their widely applauded Dandelion Gum, Eating Us finds Black Moth Super Rainbow more carefully organising their future-psych aesthetic, with no small amount of assistance from Dave Fridmann. The producer's years spent helping Flaming Lips achieve their uniquely syrupy, eccentric sounds have not been lost on this record. Whether it be the fuzzy, overcooked drums, the sweet and lyrical strings or those '70s synth textures, every inch of this record is covered by the producer's thumbprints. It's a real joy to behold the Air-inspired analogue pop on 'Twin Of Myself', the saturated cinematic orchestrations of 'Gold Splatter' - like a John Barry arrangement covered in glitter - and the surreal exchanges of 'Iron Lemonade' ("Neon Lemonade/Ate my face away"), which sounds like a Goldfrapp song that went through the black hole in Event Horizon and came back all silly and disturbing. Highly recommended.