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Zeros by The Soft Moon

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As The Soft Moon, Oakland's Luis Vasquez crafts a terrifying ambiance of post-apocalyptic doom, roaming through the desolate shadows of post-punk, darkwave, industrial and krautrock (think Joy Division, Neu!, Suicide and Bauhaus). Zeros is like a walk through the remains of a factory with its machinery still hauntingly in motion: Screeching synths and elastic guitars provide the sharp angles, while the pulsating beats on songs like "Die Life" and the title track are for dancing 'til the world ends. Meanwhile, Vasquez's random, distant howls remind you there's still a human underneath it all.

About This Album

As The Soft Moon, Oakland's Luis Vasquez crafts a terrifying ambiance of post-apocalyptic doom, roaming through the desolate shadows of post-punk, darkwave, industrial and krautrock (think Joy Division, Neu!, Suicide and Bauhaus). Zeros is like a walk through the remains of a factory with its machinery still hauntingly in motion: Screeching synths and elastic guitars provide the sharp angles, while the pulsating beats on songs like "Die Life" and the title track are for dancing 'til the world ends. Meanwhile, Vasquez's random, distant howls remind you there's still a human underneath it all.

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About This Album

As The Soft Moon, Oakland's Luis Vasquez crafts a terrifying ambiance of post-apocalyptic doom, roaming through the desolate shadows of post-punk, darkwave, industrial and krautrock (think Joy Division, Neu!, Suicide and Bauhaus). Zeros is like a walk through the remains of a factory with its machinery still hauntingly in motion: Screeching synths and elastic guitars provide the sharp angles, while the pulsating beats on songs like "Die Life" and the title track are for dancing 'til the world ends. Meanwhile, Vasquez's random, distant howls remind you there's still a human underneath it all.