Baths

Fri Mar 23 2018

7:00 PM - 10:30 PM

Jazz Cafe

5 Parkway Camden Town London NW1 7PG

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Comfort can be a crutch or a conduit for a creative breakthrough. For electronic musician Baths, it’s led to a level of artistic confidence and stability that’s allowed him to produce his finest work.

His music, which merged the glitchy, punishing gloom of L.A.’s beat scene with sunnier melodies and vocals that often drifted into falsetto, was an instant sensation.

As always, Baths is unafraid to run counter to his surroundings: delicate when others are posturing, gripping and visceral where others drift into the digital morass.

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    Electronic Pop

    Baths is the intricate electronic pop project of Los Angeles-area producer Will Wiesenfeld, also of [Post-Foetus] and Geotic. Growing up in California’s San Fernando Valley, Wiesenfeld began making music at an early age, with his parents enrolling him in music lessons at age four (at his insistence). He began recording his own music in his early teens, but found his true inspiration after discovering Björk’s music. Wiesenfeld taught himself guitar, contra bass, and viola and developed a quirky, layered production style, mixing sounds like clicking pens and running water with electronics and live instruments. His first project -- which he began while still in his teens -- was [Post-Foetus], but he soon began crafting ambient compositions under the name Geotic, and eventually added the Baths moniker to the fold. Wiesenfeld was also invited by the like-minded producer Daedelus to play at the L.A. venue Low End Theory and became a regular performer at the club. Baths signed to Anticon Records in 2009, and the debut album Cerulean followed in 2010. Illness and Wiesenfeld's wish to perform with a full band informed his second album, 2013's Obsidian, a set of songs that was darker and more direct than his earlier music. ~ Heather Phares, Rovi

Baths

Fri Mar 23 2018 7:00 PM - 10:30 PM

Jazz Cafe London
Baths
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RESTAURANT SEATING LINK BELOW Ages 18+

RESTAURANT TICKETS ALSO AVAILABLE - CLICK HERE

STRICTLY 18+ WITH ID. NO U18s ADMITTED

Comfort can be a crutch or a conduit for a creative breakthrough. For electronic musician Baths, it’s led to a level of artistic confidence and stability that’s allowed him to produce his finest work.

His music, which merged the glitchy, punishing gloom of L.A.’s beat scene with sunnier melodies and vocals that often drifted into falsetto, was an instant sensation.

As always, Baths is unafraid to run counter to his surroundings: delicate when others are posturing, gripping and visceral where others drift into the digital morass.

Baths

Electronic Pop

Baths is the intricate electronic pop project of Los Angeles-area producer Will Wiesenfeld, also of [Post-Foetus] and Geotic. Growing up in California’s San Fernando Valley, Wiesenfeld began making music at an early age, with his parents enrolling him in music lessons at age four (at his insistence). He began recording his own music in his early teens, but found his true inspiration after discovering Björk’s music. Wiesenfeld taught himself guitar, contra bass, and viola and developed a quirky, layered production style, mixing sounds like clicking pens and running water with electronics and live instruments. His first project -- which he began while still in his teens -- was [Post-Foetus], but he soon began crafting ambient compositions under the name Geotic, and eventually added the Baths moniker to the fold. Wiesenfeld was also invited by the like-minded producer Daedelus to play at the L.A. venue Low End Theory and became a regular performer at the club. Baths signed to Anticon Records in 2009, and the debut album Cerulean followed in 2010. Illness and Wiesenfeld's wish to perform with a full band informed his second album, 2013's Obsidian, a set of songs that was darker and more direct than his earlier music. ~ Heather Phares, Rovi