Substance – Moisture
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Substance – Moisture

Substance – Moisture


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Substance - Moisture

Substance, the second album by producer Moisture, sets out to deliver an immersive tech-noir fantasy of emotional and physical deconstruction. Inspired in part by William S. Burroughs 1959 novel Naked Lunch, the conceptual narrative of the album follows a humanoid subject through an urban landscape and the exploration of its depravations. …] Through rhythmic excursions and the exploration of repetition, the tracks of Substance are arranged to convey this self-destructive longing for depravity.
Moisture is an alias of one Simon Eliasson. He lives in Malmö and considers himself halfway between a DJ and a conceptual artist, documenting the end of history.
“This album feels like the song In Dark Trees from Brian Eno’s Another Green World LP. It’s the album Eno could have made if he’d continued deeper into that forest.” — Antony Ryan
“This album feels like the song In Dark Trees from Brian Eno’s Another Green World LP. It’s the album Eno could have made if he’d continued deeper into that forest.” Antony Ryan — “The aesthetics of the lo-fi ethos in current music stems from nostalgia, which itself stems from the more sober insight that we are living at the tail-end of history. A steady trend of poor recording quality seems a more obvious indicator of cultural capital rather than monetary, in a technological era where the idea of a perfect sound in music recording has run its course.” Sergio Rizzolo — “This Moisture album is great!” Sasha Frere-Jones —

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