Cosmic superhero duo Voices of Black arrives at Wolf and Lamb after half a decade of fighting fraudulence and saving the lives of suicidal supermodels. Growing up in the 'burbs of New Jersey, Voices of Black channeled their musical prowess into progressive hip hop, culminating in their self-released, psychedelic album experiment, Tomorrow’s Today in 2009. Their move to Providence, Rhode Island and a chance encounter with Ana Beatriz Barros (in their fantasies) inspired their latest creation and debut release on Wolf + Lamb, Plastic Dolls. Voices of Black’s haunted house tracks chronicle their escape from a counterfeit club scene. On Plastic Dolls, the influence of their heroes—Fela Kuti, George Clinton, J Dilla & Thom Yorke—shines through from time to time, but more often the soundscape is their own, perfect for the runway, or a long, heartbreaking drive home.