Monday, March 26, 2012

Ticket Giveaway - Cloud Nothings - 4.3.12 - Brillobox - Show Preview - Concert Preview


Cloud Nothings will be performing next Tuesday, 4.3 at the Brillobox. The band has just recently released a new LP this year entitled, Attack on Memory, which has garnered significant praise including Pitchfork's 'Best New Music'. The Cleveland quartet is known for their energetic live shows, pushing the envelope from their lo-fi sound to fierce, rock pounding sets. We are happy to be giving away a pair of tickets to the show. As usual, just email us your name to pghmusicreport@gmail.com



From their press:

It’s been a crazy year for Cloud Nothings since they burst onto the music scene last winter. At the time main man Dylan Baldi was eighteen, living at home, and making lo-fi indie rock on a crappy computer in his parent’s suburban basement outside Cleveland. Since then, Cloud Nothings has released an EP and a handful of singles, and the band has put a few North American tours under its belt. With all the internet notoriety and their recent signing with Carpark, Cloud Nothings are now able to record somewhere besides the basement. For a producer, Dylan chose Baltimore’s Chester Gwazda, known for his work with Dan Deacon and Future Islands. Recorded this past August in a warehouse studio in Baltimore’s famed Copycat Building (home to the original Wham City and many of the city’s best musicians and artists), the self-titled Cloud Nothings album shines through with a crispness and boldness that Dylan has always envisioned. The songs now sound as they do live: full of energy, precision, and catchy bits. Dylan plays all the instruments on the album, but this time without the lo-fi scuzz. The excitement and emotion are practically jumping off the grooves.

Show begins at 9:30 with doors at 9p. Tickets for the show are $8 and can be found here. Locals Pet Clinic and A Classic Education will be opening. More information on the band:

www.facebook.com/cloudnothings
www.twitter.com/cloudnothings
www.myspace.com/cloudnothings

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