Death of Luis Vasquez, The Soft Moon, announced

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Fans share memories of concerts and their music in the post.

On their social networks, The Soft Moon announced the death of Luis Vasquez. The statement asks to share memories with the singer-songwriter, after the sudden announcement, the cause of his death is not specified.

Luis Vasquez, better known as The Soft Moon, was an American musician who innovated the darkwave sound. Since his debut in 2010 with a self-titled album, he expanded the post-punk sound with notes of techno and electronic music, later releasing Zeros and Deeper, while sharing a tour with Depeche Mode. His latest projects Criminal and exist They were composed at a significant time for the musician while he lived in Berlin.

On the official networks of The Soft Moon The news of his death was shared, “with great sadness we announce that our dear friend, Luis Vasquez has passed away. Our hearts and thoughts are with his family, friends of his, and his extended musical family.” Furthermore, they added, “if you have any memories with Luis, no matter if you are close or not, please feel free to share them.”

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The producer still had concerts scheduled for 2024, with his farewell, he leaves a void in the music and in the lives of his fans, who remembered special moments in the comments of the announcement.


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