Cleveland’s Dylan Baldi and his project Cloud Nothings have been busy this year. Toward the end of January, Baldi released his sophomore LP Attack on Memory, growing what had largely been a solo project into a full band. On Friday, Cloud Nothings offered fans a free download of a live EP from their hometown venue The Grog Shop. Grab your copy here.
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Thought on Tracks favorites Cloud Nothings will bring their tour to Cincinnati tonight when they stop by the MOTR Pub. The brain child of Dylan Baldi, Cloud Nothings is touring in support of one of my personal favorite albums of 2012, Attack on Memory. A drastic style change from the previously released self-titled LP and Turning On EP, the band’s sound has evolved into an emotional rollercoaster of post-punk sound that is sure to resonate even more in person. The show will most likely begin around 10ish and, as all shows at the MOTR Pub are, is FREE. Still not sold? Well then be sure to check out one of our previous posts featuring a video of “Our Plans” along with the live performance of “No Future/No Past” below. Hope to see you there Cincy!
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Written by Greg Dahman
Cloud Nothings continues to rise as we begin to close the door on the first quarter of this year. The band released their third album, Attack on Memory early this year and it continues to hold a prominent space on the blogosphere. Hard and fast are words that come to mind when describing the album. Lead singer, Dylan Baldi’s rugged style is compelling for any fan of lo-fi rock. It is this suck you in and spit you out sound that makes Cloud Nothings relevant in the space. The band is currently taking on an extensive tour with Midwest landing stops at the MOTR Pub in Cincy and Pitchfork Music Festival in Chicago. After seeing them do a test run in New York City late last year these are shows that you will not want to miss. Not sold? Watch them perform “Our Plans” in Sirius XM’s studios.
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Written by Brett McGrath