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Hear Demon Queen, Tobacco and Zackey Force Funk’s ‘Rude Boy’ Electro Project

Black Moth Super Rainbow meets Machina Muerte

picture-18276-1372868632Chris Martins // April 24, 2013

We already know that Black Moth Super Rainbow mastermind Tom “Tobacco” Fec occupies a weird world (via erotic centaurs, Bob Seger), but we didn’t realize how quickly his sphere is expanding. BMSR’s Cobra Juicy dropped less than six months ago and already we have a fresh Tobacco solo track (the Daft Punk take-down “Lipstick Juicy”) and a brand new spin-off project. Demon Queen is the scuzzy electro-funk alias of Fec and falsetto fiend Zackey Force Funk. The latter hails from Tucson, Arizona, and aligns himself with the left-field hardcore crew Machina Muerte (posse boss Isaiah Toothtaker dropped his Gunplay collab with SPIN yesterday). Together they make music tailored for a roller-disco populated exclusively by the misfits from The Warriors — tough stuff with a whole lot of style.

The pair will release their debut LP on Tobacco’s Rad Cult label July 9. Below you can stream and download the first taste from Exorcise Tape, a rugged synth-dripper called “Rude Boy.” Fellow Machina soldier N8NOFACE delivers a guest verse about what happens when the track’s titular fella fires off his shotgun in the middle of a party.