Tonight: Tobacco. That's the name for the solo side-project of Tom Fec, mastermind for Black Moth Super Rainbow. Last May, the Weekly described BMSR as “a hippie tribe on their own Spahn Ranch, like fellow cult rockers Indian Jewelry, only trading in their fuzzy guitars for fuzzier synthesizers.” Can't go wrong with fuzzy synths. Check Tobacco's Boards of Canada-indebted “Backwoods Altar” below, which would remind you of a haunted house–a chillaxed one–even if the video wasn't portraying a haunted house.
Opener the Hood Internet, two mash-up DJs with a taste for breeding indie rock with top-40 hip hop, should be fun as well. Just this past Monday, we published an interview with them in which they described their creative process as throwing pasta against a wall. So… show up hungry?