The remix has well and truly divided music fans.
A brighter, slightly more accessible tone… yet it still holds true to the fuzzed-out, garage-friendly origins of Cloud Nothings.
Originally expected this year, the release has been pushed back.
They’re prepping their “vocal-heavy” fifth album.
Ohio indie outfit Cloud Nothings and San Diego surf rockers Wavves have announced further details of their forthcoming collaborative album, titled No Life For Me. The announcement was made via Wavves’ Instagram account with a post that appears to show a bit of the album’s artwork, or at least the style of the artwork. The
Cloud Nothings have announced they will embark on a short run of headline performances while in the country as part of the upcoming Meredith Music Festival. The Ohio group is renowned for their intensity, skill, and volume on a live stage and are sure to put on a string of memorable shows. The band will
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Tastemaking music database Hype Machine has compiled a special half-year Music Blog Zeitgeist, listing the most-blogged artists of 2014 thus far and giving music fans a hint as to who they should look out for over the coming months. One of those artists is Melbourne’s hirsute electronic impressionist, Chet Faker. Faker, whose debut album Built
A rumoured collaboration between Cloud Nothings’ Dylan Baldi and Wavves’ Nathan Williams has been confirmed by the former in a recent interview with Exclaim. The frontman revealed that despite the imminent release of his band’s fourth album, he spent the last 10 days recording with Williams. “I woke up one morning hungover in Paris, which
Dylan Baldi, the singer-songwriter behind Cleveland, Ohio indie rock outfit Cloud Nothings, comes off as a strong contrast to the serious alternative rock of the band’s latest records: he’s genial over the phone when the albums are ferocious, he’s relaxed when the music is intense. Dylan is gearing up to release the band’s latest album,
Cleveland indie rockers Cloud Nothings first teased us with an acoustic version of their track Psychic Trauma last August, and today they’re unleashing the studio version, taken from their upcoming album Here And Nowhere Else. It’s our second taste of the highly anticipated record, following lead single I’m Not Part Of Me, and it manages
This week sees the announcement of a raft of albums from artists that are innovators in their genres. Kicking off with the confessional stylings of the prolific Mark Oliver Everett and his band Eels. We also have sultry R&B impressionist Kelis‘ new collaboration with TV On The Radio‘s Dave Sitek. There’s also long-awaited new releases
Since joining the I OH YOU label, Violent Soho have experienced somewhat of a renaissance in recent times, experiencing high rotation on triple j throughout the year. It was a rejuvenated and re-energised Violent Soho that blasted into their set, which seemed destined to test the thickness of the early crowd’s ear drums from the
Cleveland Ohio’s Cloud Nothings have announced their first Australian headline tour for February 2013. Led by 22-year-old Dylan Baldi, the band will perform two small club shows in Sydney and Melbourne on the back of their appearance on the Laneway Festival 2013 lineup next year. Brisbane’s Violent Soho will join them for both shows. In
You may not hear Cloud Nothings oozing through the radio speakers or appearing on your TV screens anytime soon, but the indie-pop four piece from Cleveland have undeniably taken the Internet by storm and have music critics and bloggers alike buzzing about their imminent self-titled debut album. Fronted by 19-year-old Dylan Baldi, Cloud Nothings have