2013 release from Electronic musician Will Wiesenfeld (AKA Baths). Three years ago, Baths dropped his startlingly beautiful debut, CERULEAN, blurring the line between post-modern pop and the LA beat scene with devastating emotional clarity. It's tone was as celestial as it's album title, taken from a shade of blue typically used to describe the sky. Cerulean earned year-end best of recognition from Pitchfork and the Onion's AV Club and established Chatsworth-raised Will Wiesenfeld as one of the finest young composers (and falsettos) in Los Angeles. His sophomore album Obsidian finds him emerging as one of the most complete artists of his generation. As one might expect, the name hints at darker overtones. The mood is shimmering and pitch-black; the lovely blood flow has turned into lava.
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