A few weeks ago, Baths finally came to Phoenix, and I knew I couldn’t miss it. It was so memorable, I had to document my thoughts, write a review. Here it is (enjoy!):
About two weeks ago, the last few sporadic days of rainfall came to a halt — the day Phoenix would welcome a refreshing change of pace. Not in terms of weather, but music. Baths paid Downtown Phoenix’s Crescent Ballroom a visit — surprisingly not headlining, but opening up for Why?
It was just a year ago when my Baths listening days began and picked up day after day on my light rail commute to and from work. Baths‘ album “Cerulean,” released June 2010, was the moving, therapeutic soundtrack to my winter of 2011. It had become a habit to instinctively press repeat, indulging in Will Wiesenfeld’s (Baths) falsetto vocals, layered over his carefully assembled beats, complete with just a hint of noise lingering beneath, adding depth for a more rich, full-bodied sound. And I was more than ready to experience the album live.
Little did I know that I…
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