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The Soft Moon

American post-punk band the Soft Moon will be hitting Prague’s Futurum music bar on Wednesday, September 30th.

Founded by producer, singer, songwriter, and multi-instrumentalist Luis Vasquez in Oakland in 2009 as a solo project, the original intention of the band was to create a fuller sensory experience within the context of a live performance. As a result, in addition to music, Soft Moon performances frequently feature lighting and other creative visuals.

Exploring a variety of diverse music styles, including EBM, krautrock, electropunk, psychedelia, world music, goth pop, and darkwave, the Soft Moon’s sound is difficult to pin down, but the dark nature of the music calls to mind industrial bands like Nine Inch Nails, or synth pop like Depeche Mode.

His most recent album, Deeper, was released earlier this year.

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