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Turning On collects the early EPs from Cloud Nothings' Dylan Baldi, and even though they span little over a year’s worth of work, they show how quickly his music progressed. Baldi's collisions of tunes and noise falls somewhere between Wavves' stoned mischief and Tapes ‘n’ Tapes' early lo-fi output, but his way with melodies and his emotional directness are all his own. “Old Street”’ is a jumble of feelings and guitars, its muddiness capturing how hard it is to figure out what to do with leftover love. “Can’t Stay Awake” is brashly honest about why lots of people make music in the first place: “I need a picture in a magazine/So I know that you will talk to me.” That Baldi was still in his teens when he recorded these songs lends extra authenticity to “Hey Cool Kid”'s brilliantly surly outsider lament and “Morgan”'s giddiness. Adolescent awkwardness also shows in how some of these songs feel gangly and a little indulgent (neither “Water Turns Back” nor “Strummin’” really needed to be over four minutes long). Still, Baldi's innate melodic skill rings true, especially on “I Am Rooftop” and the title track, making Turning On as charming as it is promising.


Se formó en: 2009 en Cleveland, OH

Género: Alternativa

Años de actividad: '00s, '10s

Cloud Nothings' prolific lo-fi pop is the brainchild of Dylan Baldi, a Cleveland, Ohio native who was still in his teens when the buzz about his music started. Baldi was majoring in audio recording at college when he dropped out to focus on the music he was making at home. After a few months, he uploaded the songs "Hey Cool Kid" and "Whaddaya Wanna Know" to his MySpace page, which led to gigs with Woods and Real Estate, and 2010 singles released via Group Tightener and Old Flame Records. That year,...
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