The Soft Moon – Sewer Sickness (2010)

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The sole member of San Francisco’s The Soft Moon, Louis Vasquez’ self-titled debut album mirrors The Cure, digging into a Gothic past and emerging with slick atmospheric grooves and sullen, glimmering synths. It also scared the shit out of me — leaving me edgier than Charlie Sheen in a room full of cocaine. In between lurk songs modern horror movies would die for (sorry, I’m adding levity so as not to crumble). It groans and gurgles like a drowning man, and the aptly-named “Sewer Sickness” is an onslaught of high-pitched synths and bass reverb. [Source]


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