No sound makes it through Black Moth Super Rainbow mastermind Tobacco’s studio without undergoing elaborate warpage and applications of alien sparkle. The Pittsburgh band’s albums ooze both a blissful naiveté —the vocals sound like a 9-year-old’s sighing wonderment—and subtle sinisterness. BMSR suck the LSD-laced juice out of “Strawberry Fields Forever” and spew out a much stranger strain of pastoral psychedelia. Their latest album, Cobra Juicy, refines the textural weirdness into tight globules of oddly catchy tuneage and dusted beats. (Neumos, 925 E Pike St, neumos.com, 8 pm, $15 adv, 21+)

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