11 Songs, 43 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

The Soft Moon’s Luis Vasquez didn’t plan on remaining a solo artist, but upon moving to Venice, Italy, his isolation forced him, well, Deeper inside himself. The Soft Moon’s third album sounds exactly like what it is: an angst-ridden work of inner turmoil that does everything it can to fight its way out of the corners. The single “Black” is merely an introduction that serves as a warning. The follow-up tracks—“Black,” “Far,” “Wasting”—deliver on the eerie promise and create beautiful but intensely draining soundscapes that make The Cure’s Pornography and Nine Inch Nails' The Downward Spiral feel like mild introspections by comparison.

EDITORS’ NOTES

The Soft Moon’s Luis Vasquez didn’t plan on remaining a solo artist, but upon moving to Venice, Italy, his isolation forced him, well, Deeper inside himself. The Soft Moon’s third album sounds exactly like what it is: an angst-ridden work of inner turmoil that does everything it can to fight its way out of the corners. The single “Black” is merely an introduction that serves as a warning. The follow-up tracks—“Black,” “Far,” “Wasting”—deliver on the eerie promise and create beautiful but intensely draining soundscapes that make The Cure’s Pornography and Nine Inch Nails' The Downward Spiral feel like mild introspections by comparison.

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