BlakMoth “Frequencies of Woe”

Where I get hung-up on Frequencies of Woe – and I mean that in a good way – is the starkness throughout. The four pieces on this EP are repetitive to the point where they etch their way into your skull, a constant juggernaut of fuzzy bass tones and looping, industrial synths. There’s a simplicity on the surface that tries to obscure the deep, feral … Continue reading BlakMoth “Frequencies of Woe”