Los Angeles local Will Wiesenfeld could very well be most widely known for his Anticon-signed indie electronic task Baths, but he’s been more prolific under his ambient moniker, Geotic. While Baths is certainly motivated by underground hip-hop and indie pop, and it is self-described as “energetic hearing,” Geotic is certainly Wiesenfeld’s “unaggressive listening” business. Incorporating field recordings, pianos, guitars, light distortion, and periodic vocals and is better than, Geotic’s recordings are warm, comfortable, and reflective. After initial releasing materials as [Post-foetus] in 2007, Wiesenfeld debuted Geotic with some self-released albums and EPs in 2008. These ranged from the field documenting Gentle Breeze towards the fuzzy downtempo of Wintertime Loops. Several extra Geotic releases made an appearance, and in 2011 the task toured with Dntel and the main one AM Radio; the three performers released the remix EP The Soft Alarm Tour. After 2011, Wiesenfeld place Geotic on keep and focused on Baths, making the full-length Obsidian and follow-up EP Sea Death. Geotic came back in 2014, initiating Eon Isle, some albums exploring an individual instrument. Morning Shoreline was dedicated exclusively to electric guitar, while Sunset Hill was completely vocal-based. A piano-based function, Evening Sky, was planned for 2015, but hardly ever materialized. Rather, a two-track ambient drone record called Neptune premiered. In 2017, Geotic became a member of the Ghostly International roster using the lush ambient techno full-length Abysma.