As if the name of the band wasn't odd enough, Black Moth Super Rainbow open their account with a sound collision of big, clumsy beats and the kind of tune first heard on a BBC computer over twenty years ago. Yet this rather hostile opening is not entirely representative of the rest of 'Falling Through A Field' whose primary link with the BBC is their affection for the kind of sampling techniques and analogue instruments that the Radiophonic Workshop worked on. This group though uses an arsenal of 70's instruments including casio church orahn, electric two-string guitar right down to pots, pans and boxes. The effect is quite startling as one eerily nostalgic piece follows another. There is melodic vocodered bliss for the title track and 'I Think It Is Beautiful That You Are 25b Colours Too', the addictive drum loop that propels 'Letter People Show' and folky acoustic beauty can be discovered on 'Lake Feet' and 'Colourful Nickels'. Yet the over-riding feeling is that this fine record will provide entertainment for those hooked on Boards Of Canada's gift for haunting and ethereal child-like tunes.