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Moodie Black – MB III – DEHH Premiere

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Moodie Black – MB III – DEHH Premiere

 

Noise rap pioneers Moodie Black, called “brilliant and formidable” (Noisey), release MB IIIMB III is the third installment in a series of breakout EPs that began with MB which caught the attention of Anthony Fantano (The Needle Drop) and led to their signing with label Fake Four Inc. Standout tracks “hipster death”, “crow”, and “totem” from the first two EPs are lauded by the group’s fanbase as cult classics.

 

The new MB III EP is no exception, with Moodie Black referring to it as their “freshest work since Nausea.” The group’s most recent record Lucas Acid was released on Fake Four Inc. in April of 2018 and landed press features in OUTBandcamp, and Self-Titled Mag. Lead vocalist Kdeath says the new EP is also the precursor to the next full length record to be released this fall via Fake Four.

 

 

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