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Baths is the stage name of American electronic musician Will Wiesenfeld (born 1989). He was born in Tarzana and was raised in Woodland Hills. He currently resides in Chatsworth, California.

Wiesenfield is a classically trained musician, and began learning the piano at the age of four “to compete with his brother”. By twelve he had “completely abandoned it,” but continual musical experimenting lead him to record his first piece of music at age fourteen. Under a previous moniker, [Post-foetus], he wrote four albums and three EPs. He also ventured into a more ambient style with side-project Geotic, a project which Irish magazine called “gorgeous”.

After adopting the name Baths, he released debut album Cerulean on independent record label Anticon. He recorded the entire album in two months from his bedroom. The BBC’s Mike Diver claims Baths’ nearest musical sound-a-like is chillwave musician Toro Y Moi. Pitchfork noted Baths’ influences, acts such as Björk and Flying Lotus, were “obvious” in his work.

Drowned in Sound noted Baths’ use of “unorthodox” sounds layered in and around the electronics, in particular “clicking pens, vocal samples, rustling blankets and scissor snaps”. British newspaper The Guardian’s Paul Lester commented he was reminded of “J Dilla playing around with the Pavement and Prince catalogues” while listening to the album. While a lot of his music is instrumental, it can occasionally incorporate vocals, most of them falsetto.


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  • Primitive3D

    Ocean Death is so good. Both song and EP.

    18 Apr 11:18pm Reply
  • Kassym123

    getting a real bonobo vibe from this dude, and i'm loving it

    9 Apr 9:42pm Reply
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  • richlesbian

    he creeps me out

    4 Mar 4:20am Reply
  • RainbowOverdose

    can't wait for a new album or EP

    7 Feb 3:56am Reply
  • loulou311

    19 Jan 4:55pm Reply
  • Narcassist

    I wish will was my boyfriend.

    18 Jan 1:04pm Reply
  • melectricfeel

    Just discovered Baths' music and listened to the whole discography in one night, now i'm addicted ♥♥♥

    7 Jan 10:05am Reply
  • daltonls

    "go gay" honestly

    1 Jan 8:15am Reply
  • JRinka

    @petitsagittaire- thank you for that

    14 Nov 2014 Reply
  • impartially

    "go gay"

    10 Nov 2014 Reply
  • PetitSagittaire

    Baths Demos.

    9 Nov 2014 Reply
  • writetyperr

    good god i wish i wasn't straight

    9 Nov 2014 Reply
  • forgetmenot

    I can feel myself gradually turning into a hipster again. Darn you catchy lo-fi electronic music and bespectacled, bearded men.

    20 Oct 2014 Reply
  • JRinka

    Realized today Baths is my favorite artist. I have a group of "favorites" but Baths is the artist I listen to nearly everyday, under any emotion and state of mind. No favorite track, no "bad" tracks.

    3 Oct 2014 Reply
  • JRinka

    I'd go gay for you will

    3 Oct 2014 Reply
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  • matangi

    Why do we have to wait till 8th of October to have 'Disorderly' released ;( :(

    25 Sep 2014 Reply
  • mcbretttetettet

    Disorderly is the jam.

    25 Sep 2014 Reply
  • Seperat0r

    I feel like Will is the only musician I've ever had... "romantic feelings" for. I rarely form personal, emotional connections to the actual musicians making the music, I feel like that kind of thinking can really cloud your judgement. I love Grimes and Twigs and MC Ride and Travis Egedy, and I acknowledge that they are excruciatingly attractive human beings, but I'm not the type to think about it further than that. But Will Wiesenfeld really just breaks through that arm's length that I keep myself at. It's like I can imagine a life with him, or someone like him, in which we live in a Seaside Town and make music together, and he sings to me in falsetto and lets me sleep in past noon and lays with me when I'm too stoned to get dressed. I dunno. Thoughts like this creep me out, but also it's one of the most vivid and clear emotions I've ever gotten from music.

    21 Sep 2014 Reply
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