The End closes a 4 12 months hole in Shlohmo‘s discography. Written with the apocalypse in thoughts from the angle of 1 who's “smoking on the sofa throughout the extinction occasion” and “studying a e-book,” the jazzy, lo-fi bass album tells the poignantly calming story throughout 13 tracks. The LP is unmistakably Shlohmo in its aesthetic; every bit is emotive, free-flowing, and twisted. However, not like its predecessor Dark Red, The End leaves listeners with a hopeful, optimistic glow by the point it wraps up. “Still Life,” for instance, closes issues out on a blissful ambient notice, whereas “Watching A Video” performs with nostalgic sound results and heat synthesis to make one recall easier instances in life. The End in the end succeeds in conveying the sense of acceptance one would possibly really feel in an assured doomsday occasion.