The Soft Moon (US)

The Soft Moon is a San Francisco based neo-post-punk band composed of Luis Vasquez (singer/songwriter/guitar/synthesizers), Justin Anastasi (bass), Damon Way (synthesizers) and Ron Robinson (visuals). Keven Tecon joined the band as a drummer in early 2012. The Soft Moon has taken cues from early synthpunk/post-punk bands such as Chrome, Suicide, Danse Society and The Units.

The Soft Moon was founded by Luis Vasquez as a solo project in 2009. He released two singles, "Breathe the Fire" and "Parallels", while working on his debut Self Titled LP. Prior to the release of the LP, Vasquez directed his energy into building a band around his project with the aim to deliver a full sensory experience within the context of live performan...

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Pink Milk

Hailing from Sweden, Pink Milk is a dark wave/post-punk band drenched in reverb, making occult music inspired by the 80s. The feedback-loving duo started out releasing an acclaimed interpretation of the classic ballad ”I Want to Know What Love Is” in 2015 that quickly grew a reputation online for its originality and sound. Wonderland Magazine stated that ”their interpretation of the track is, luckily, incomparable. A languid and blurred melody soundtracks Maria’s moody moans. It’s a fluid, loose, almost drunken drawl that you can imagine playing in the background of one of those misty bar scenes in Twin Peaks.” and Far Out Magazine said that ”We loved the original but fuck me, Pink Milk have managed to make Foreigner’s seminal ballad eve...

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