Juan Wauters has released the music video for his single “This Is I,” a track from his full-length, Who Me?, available via Captured Tracks….Read More
In 2000, Alberto Wauters left Uruguay to live in a basement in Queens. Two years later he called his son, Juan, to join him. Juan Wauters crossed the threshold into manhood when he arrived in New York. Working at a factory, the father and son pooled their money to bring their family to the borough of opportunity. With no friends to speak of, Juan turned to music to take control of the loneliness of his isolation. Juan was inspired by his new neighborhood of Jackson Heights and delighted to find that his library card gave him access to an abundance of new music.
In his debut solo record, N.A.P. North-American Poetry, Wauters dreams big; coming into his own as a singer. Building on his songwriting, popularized by The Beets, Juan presents introspective tracks, like “Water” and “Sanity”, and reflections on humans’ relationship with technology in songs like Breathing—which features Carmelle Safdie. The record is completed, as always, by the artwork of dear friend and longtime collaborator Matthew Volz, who has honed the trademark visual aesthetic of Juan’s music. This album is a selection of recordings made between the fall of 2010 and the summer of 2012 at Marlborough Farms. N.A.P. delivers a fresh sound and lyrical candor from one of Queens’ most idiosyncratic adoptive sons.
Juan Wauters, the singer/songwriter from Queens, NY has released a music video for “Asi No Mas”, a track from his new album Who Me?,…Read More
Fresh off the heels of his collaborative EP with Carmelle Safdie, folk oddball Juan Wauters has a new solo record coming out on this…Read More
Last year, Queens-based artist Juan Wauters released his debut album N.A.P. North American Poetry. Ever since, he has been playing back-to-back tours, his most…Read More
At the start of this year Juan Wauters released his solo debut album N.A.P. North American Poetry and has been on the road touring ever…Read More
King Gizzard & the Lizard Wizard crank up the fuzzbox and set the Memory Man delay on infinity, assembling a cosmic force field that draws their sonic creations of the recent past into one unified, throbbing whole. Housed in a gatefold jacket for,Read More
At the start of this year Juan Wauters released his solo debut album N.A.P. North American Poetry and has been on the road touring ever since. With the help of long-time collaborator Matt Volz, he did find some time to create a video for “Goo,”Read More
So far this year Juan Wauters released his debut solo album, N.A.P. North American Poetry, and joined labelmate Mac DeMarco for his North American tour, excluding the west coast dates,Read More
Directed by long-time collaborator Matt Volz, the video is comprised of footage taken from a recent trip back to Montevideo, Uruguay and serves as a…Read More
The wait is finally over, N.A.P. North American Poetry, the debut solo album from Juan Wauters, is out today. Comprised of 12 tracks that are simultaneously introspective and outward looking, N.A.P. showcases this,Read More
Juan Wauters returns today with another cut from his forthcoming debut N.A.P. North American Poetry (out february 4th), with the second single “Escucho Mucho”. Though it’s one of two Spanish-language tracks on the album (the other being “Ay Ay Ay”),Read More