MATRIXSYNTH: The Noiseblast Hour, Episode 4: BLAKMOTH

Sunday, July 19, 2020

The Noiseblast Hour, Episode 4: BLAKMOTH

Noise Engineering

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"It's the Noiseblast Hour, brought to you by Noise Engineering, hosted by Pyraphonic (aka Shawn Jimmerson)! This is the fourth installment in a series of indeterminate length and sporadic release (h/t Roman Mars). Watch here for future episodes!

For this fourth episode of The Noiseblast Hour, we welcome Blakmoth to the stage. BLAKMOTH is a a Maryland based electronic musician specializing in a lofi, dark, and brooding ambient aesthetic he calls “Doombient.” Influenced by doom/death metal, techno and cinematic soundtracks. With an artist's palette of modular synths, field recordings, and tape loops, Blakmoth paints emotive soundscapes with aspirations of film scoring.

Debuting in 2017 BLAKMOTH has released a prolific catalog of 23 albums, including a new EP “Deluge“ released in June of 2020, with another solo release coming this year alongside a collaborative release with Andy Black.

Blakmoth is an advocate for mental health, having struggled with anxiety and depression from an early age. 'Listening or creating music was always a great coping tool and escape from the noise of anxiety. I create music today hoping that it helps provide that same safe space destination for someone else, or inspires them to pick up music therapy.'"

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