Cloud Nothings – Turning On

December 3, 2009 at 3:07 am 2 comments

Cloud Nothings - Turning OnCloud Nothings, the much talked about Cleveland garage pop project, is now the proud parent of a debut: Turning On. The handful of recordings that have been pooping around are lo-fi, simply recorded but very (very) well written, with clever lyrics and what must be one of the catchiest sounds any iteration of grunge has ever offered up. Shortly after a flood of attention (that rightfully continues) Cloud Nothing’s acquired a pretty busy release schedule, including eight-song debut Turning On via Bridgetown Records in an edition of 50 CDs and 100 cassettes, both $5. Later on, expect a 12″ with Group Tightener and cassettes with Bathetic and Breakfast of Champs.

Enjoy two of Cloud Nothings’ catapults to richly deserved fame:

Cloud Nothings – Whaddya Wanna Know
Cloud Nothings – Hey Cool Kid

Incidentally, keep your eyes peeled for Bridgetown’s upcomingest releases: a CD/CS with No Paws (No Lions) and a Blue Sabbath Black Fiji/Kevin Greenspon split CS.




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  • 1. Josh Dennison  |  December 27, 2009 at 5:06 am

    i’m from cleveland, and i wish they would play out some! i totally respect not wanting to deal with the clubs up here, but i’d give a kidney to hear “water turns back” live.

    • 2. royalrhinoflying  |  December 27, 2009 at 5:17 am

      I think Dylan actually has a couple Ohio shows planned for January in a couple weeks. I’m just hoping he’ll manage to rove through WV sometime soon.


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