MIXTAPE

JUAN

WAUTERS

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Heather Chambers

The Hook mixtape is compiled through a series of music related questions. Each artist who fills it out can answer as many or as few of the questions as they wish, and elaborate on their choices, or let them speak for themselves. 

Artist

Juan Wauters

Location

Queens, New York

 

FYI

Uruguayan musician Juan Wauters played in New York as part of the cult grage rock band The Beets before starting his solo project. He garnered an international fan base whilst supporting his friend Mac DeMarco on tour.
 

Press Clippings

 'Anyone who has ever looked around a crowded subway car and been momentarily captivated by the volume of thoughts floating through all the brains within a short radius should recognize a similar wonder in the sounds and stories of La Onda de Juan Pablo, .'  Pitchfork

The last piece of music you paid for (streaming doesn’t count)

Mariana Ingold - Cara a Cara (Vinyl LP)

 

Your favourite place to listen to music

While driving a car

A song which reminds you of your childhood

Fuga y Misterio - Astor Piazzolla

Your go-to karaoke song

Faith - George Michael

A song which could change the world if everyone heard it

All I Wanna Do - Sheryl Crow

A song you'd rather never hear again

---- Don’t know because I don't hear it

A song which reminds you of someone you don't see anymore

Palisades Park - Freddy Cannon

A song which gets you in the mood (for dancing)

Spanish Girl - Chicos Aventura

A song which gets you in the mood (for romancing)

4:33 - John Cage

 

The soundtrack to your last holiday

Palo y Tamboril - Mariana Ingold y Osvaldo Fatorusso

A song which has changed your mind

Lady Godiva’s Operation - The Velvet Underground

A song which makes you cry

Montevideo, 22 de Diciembre, 2017 - Juan Wauters

A song which makes you laugh

Bed Intruder Song

A song  which tells a story

53rd & 3rd - Ramones

A song which gives you goosebumps

Travis Scott - Goosebumps

 

A song which makes you feel empowered

Hey Young World - Slick Rick

An artist you regret never having seen live

Bob Marley

An artist you hope to see live soon

Bad Bunny

 

A gig you’ll never forget

No Reply - The Beatles

An album you know by heart

Ramones - Ramones

A cover which is better than the original

Come On - The Rolling Stones

A song you love in a foreign language

Pauvre Lola - Serge Gainsbourg

 

An instrumental song you love

Pet Sounds - Beach Boys

A song which gets stuck in your head

Bolero - Maurice Ravel

A recent musical discovery

Buraco Incivilizado