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Cloud Nothings – “Didn’t You” (Stereogum Premiere)

I learned a couple of interesting facts about Cloud Nothings recently. One, when forced with the decision either to play Market Hotel with Woods and Real Estate (aka his first show ever) or drop out of college, Dylan Baldi ditched his mandatory school project and did it up in Bushwick. Power move. And a… More »

By: Amrit Singh / June 24, 2010

Cloud Nothings – “Even If It Worked Out”

Cleveland's Dylan Baldi aka Cloud Nothings is chasing his worthy lo-fi eight-track debut Turning On with a summer 7" "Didn't You" b/w "Even If It Worked Out." It's the b-side that's getting worked out on the blog circuit today, though one pass through its super hook and bratty rebuff ("I'm sorry we can't be friend… More »

By: Amrit Singh / June 3, 2010

New Cloud Nothings – “Old Street”

Before diving into Cloud Nothing's Turning On, I'd heard the odds and ends Cleveland's Dylan Baldi posted: The immediately hooked "Hey Cool Kid" with its half-asleep sarcasm, the more caffeinated "Can't Stay Awake," which reminded me of a more twee/less punk Lync, and the whistling toe-tap of "Whaddya Wanna Know." Listening to TurningMore »

By: brandon / January 28, 2010

New Cloud Nothings – “Can’t Stay Awake”

When we posted Cloud Nothing's gently snotty lo-fi anthem "Hey Cool Kid" I should've mentioned Lync, who I often hear in bands like No Age, Japandroids, to a lesser degree Wavves, etc. It's harder to discern in that one. Things are clarified in "Can't Stay Awake," a great song from the Cleveland, Ohian's eight-song… More »

By: brandon / December 4, 2009

New Cloud Nothings – “Hey Cool Kid”

Maybe we're not ready to call it a trend, but Cloud Nothing's ebullient, gently snotty lo-fi pop does pair nicely with Wild Nothing's "Confirmation," at least on a textural level. I don't know all that much about Cloud Nothings besides a vague Ohio address, a CD/cassette forthcoming on California's Bridgetown Records, a tendency… More »

By: brandon / November 11, 2009
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