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Utilizing every opportunity to write while on the road for 18 months following the release of 2012's Attack on Memory, Cloud Nothings' Dylan Baldi presented an album's worth of material to his bandmates days before they'd enter the studio with esteemed producer John Congleton. The result is Cloud Nothings, refined: impossibly melodic, white-knuckle noise-rock that shimmers with sumptuous detail. "It's more subtle," says Baldi. "It's not just an in-your-face rock record. There's more going on. You can listen to a song 20 times and still hear different little things in there..."
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  • Audio CD (April 1, 2014)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Carpark Records
  • ASIN: B00HZJH97Q
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (25 customer reviews)
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Carpark Records has become my go-to label for sentimental entertainment value. Last year's Speedy Ortiz 'Major Arcane' was a vibrant tour de force for 90's indie rock iconography. 'Here and Nowhere Else' casts its gaze toward the transcendent messed-up fun and vitality of the indie label scene of the 1980's. It's not that Cloud Nothings is a facsimile of any 80's band; it's more that their vibe leaves me brandishing the same post-revelatory smile that those bands did. Dylan Baldi vocals walk the boundary between composure and excess that was the endearing trademark of Paul Westerberg on such tracks as 'Take Me Down To The Hospital' and 'We're Coming out' (most noticeable as he squalls "swallow" on 'Give Into Seeing'') or Paul Searchy on just about any Squirrel Bait track.Then there are times, most notable in the astonishingly realized last 30 seconds of 'No Thoughts', where he find his own rapture and, well, I don't bother seeking out comparisons. His Midwestern Emo preoccupations broadcast psychic disassociation's commonly associated with the re-prioritizing and refashioning of one's inner-life as one matures. Mr. Baldi does not put on airs, and he represents a person that I always root for.

'Here and Nowhere Else's' Low-Fi production values facilitate Cloud Nothings' ability to provoke an emotional response in the listener by virtues of not distracting from (or filtering-out) their emotional relationship to the music -The communication remains crisp and uncluttered in all directions. Husker Du's pop anthem classic 'Celebrating summer' did much the same. "Process speak" of Lo-Fi Vs. Hi-Fi is for nothing, however, without insightful and entertaining song craftsmanship worthy of processing, and Mr. Baldi has firmly established on this LP that he is a consummate songwriter.
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This album is the perfect followup to AoM. It's fantastic, it's beautiful, it's exciting, and it moves at a breakneck pace that serves as an immense change from the slow, tense, drawn-out moments of its predecessor. The last album was a dark, nihilistic, brooding, but incredibly satisfying record, the soundtrack to a mental breakdown, and this is the aftermath, the excited, inspired, life-affirming catharsis that follows the struggles of the past. Last album was all about struggling to forgetting the past, but this is the total opposite. Baldi accepts the past, the pain he's gone through, but he "can't recall how I was those days anymore". His frame of mind has shifted, and so has the music. This is the beautiful twin of Attack on Memory, and it'll hopefully go down with the same fantastic legacy as AoM as well. Musical perfection.
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I have no idea how I heard about this band, but something tipped them to me. Wow, what a sound. Kind of a cross between early Replacements and Clap Your Hands and Say Yeah. Several stand out songs. Am fairly certain they will become something much larger. "The Part of Me" is a hit waiting to happen. If this band embodies the Cleveland scene, I envy the people that get to live in Cleveland. Sure don't hear that very often.
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My favorite album of 2014 so far, with "I'm Not Part Of Me" probably my favorite 2014 song. Opener "Now Hear In" and "Psychic Trauma" are also standouts and heavily played on the local college station. Hoping to catch their October Philly show at UT.
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Cleveland-based Cloud Nothings have undergone quite the transformation from those early days. Gone are the days of the lo-fi one-man band of Dylan Baldi. In a matter of 4-5 years, Cloud Nothings is now a full band, with a full sound, and rocking hard. This is the band's 4th album.

"Here & Nowhere Else" (8 tracks; 31 min.) immediately jumps in with both feet on the album's opener "Now Hear In", which continues with "Quieter Today", which is anything but quiet... The energy jumps out at you. "Psychic Drama" slows things down (but just a little bit). "Giving Into Seeing" is another songs that reels you in with its quick guitar licks and melody hooks. It all leads to the next-to-last track, the 7+ min. epic "Pattern Walks", which ranks among the best the band has ever done (for me anyway). The album closes with "I'm Not Part of Me", another appealing tune. Bottom line: the raw energy on "Here & Nowhere Else" is at times almost shocking, but ever so welcome, and with a running time of just half an hour, this album flies by in no time.

I had the good fortune of seeing Cloud Nothings earlier this week here in Cincinnati. They headlined a gig at the beautiful and intimate Woodward Theater which was pretty much sold out for this (the show was part of the MusicNOW festival). Baldi & Co. played their hearts out and put on a high energy show, They played pretty much all of the "Here & Nowhere" album (I think the only track not played was "Just See Fear"), along with a number of older tunes (including an excellent "No Future/No Past" and "Wasted Days"). Great show all around. If you have a chance to see these guys in concert, do not miss them! Meanwhile, "Here & Nothing Else" is highly recommended!
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