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I really love solo, super-sporadic laptop beatmaking – the likes of Flying Lotus, Hudson Mohawke, and Nosaj Thing – but I can see why a lot of people wouldn’t. All the glitch-drumming and bass-choking can get manic and distracting. I used to be able to peg Baths squarely in this category, with his unquantized, shuffling sampled beats and rapidly pulsating strings. But his new record, Obsidian, surprisingly changed much of this recipe.
The wild beat-pastiche will always be a part of his sound, but his new record took a measured, dark, serious approach. Songs like “No Eyes” (video below) have more to do with old-school drum machine stomping than with left-brain Flying Lotus ramblings. Strangely, by glancing backwards to an older era of electronic music, Baths’ Will Wiesenfeld has figured out a way lean forward out of the Ableton-abusing rut many other laptop beatmakers inhabit.
If you ever wanted a beginner’s guide to crazy, idiosyncratic electronica, you shouldn’t miss Bath’s set at the CAC.
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