Perhaps it’s not too dramatic to say that listening to The Soft Moon is like wading into the riptide of a black pool—to immerse yourself in the tremulous and unpredictable forces of the project’s single visionary, Luis Vasquez. His synth-heavy, post-punk sounds have received the acclaim of critics and artists alike since the beginning of his first self-titled release in 2010. However, after his follow-up album Zeros in 2012, Vasquez decided it was finished. He was done.