album stream: Geotic - ‘Morning Shore’
Baths mastermind/singer/songwriter/producer Will Wiesenfeld has reactivated his ambient-leaning Geotic alias for a new series of full-length releases “sourced entirely from a single instrument.” First up: the guitar-driven Morning Shore, which is available to stream in full below. Expect further releases that revolve around Will Wiesenfield’s voice and piano in the fall (Sunset Mountain) and winter (Evening Sky) respectively. HIGHLY RECOMMENDED.
Baths - ‘Ocean Death’ EP [full stream]
Los Angeles electronic artist Will Wiesenfeld, aka Baths, is following last year’s excellent Obsidian LP with a new five-track EP, Ocean Death. Slated to hit shelves May 6 via Anticon, it’s described by a press release as “the Dia De Los Muertos to Obsidian’s Halloween”. Stream it in full via Pitchfork Advance.
album stream: Ryan Hemsworth - ‘Guilt Trips’
Rising Canadian producer Ryan Hemsworth is streaming his debut album, Guilt Trips, in full one week ahead of its release date (October 22nd via Last Gang Records). The 10-track record features collaborations collaborations with slept-on R&B singer Tinashe, Metro Zu’s Lofty305, young rappers Kitty and Haleek Maul, singer-songwriter Sinead Harnett, and Baths. Take a listen via Pitchfork Advance.
album stream : Nobody - “Vivid Green”
LA hip-hop producer Elvin Estela aka Nobody released his sophomore album "Vivid Green" on Alpha Pup Records. After 2000’s successful "Soulmates", known as one of the first LA’s instrumental hip-hop records, "Vivid Green" keeps its great production techniques and maintaining his preference for instrumental hip-hop, however featuring vocals from The Mars Volta's Cedric Bixter-Zavala, electronic producer Baths, rapper Nocando, Kendrick Lamar's collaborator Anna Wise and Teri Gender Bender from Les Butcherettes/Bosnian Rainbows.
Stream the amazing "Vivid Green" entirely below.
stream: Baths - “Ironworks”
Los Angeles based electronic act Baths (aka Will Wiesenfeld) has released another new track from his forthcoming sophomore album, Obsidian, due out on May 28 via Anticon. “Ironworks” follows the previously shared album cut “Miasma Sky,” which was released last month. Have a listen below.