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It’s clear from the glittering guitar shrapnel of Life Without Sound’s opening minute that this is a different Cloud Nothings. Where the band’s last two albums were blasts of coiled anger, here they circle back to a tempered and polished take on their early optimism, trading the harshest sides of Attack on Memory and Here and Nowhere Else for Weezer-like pop (“Internal World”) and romantic jangle (“Modern Act”). The edges remain, but they’re a little softer now—and brighter, too.

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Modern act is still straight fire but the last two singles released are total flops. I understand Dylan Baldi wanting to try new things on every record and maybe step back from the noise rock style that popularized them but these songs are just not good. These are just boring and generic pop rock songs which worked when he was writing and recording them in his basement but the production is too clean and the songs are just too bland.

Better Live (recording loses the energy)

Having seen this band live, I think something was lost in translation when they went into the recording studio -- in particular the vocals. Live show carries a ton more energy and sounds/feels better than this production.

Class Nothing's

The single of this album is absolute unexpected fire


Formed: 2009 in Cleveland, OH

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '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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