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Cloud Nothings

Cloud Nothings

Feb 25th 2018 @ Badlands Bar

Perth, Australia
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About Cloud Nothings
Genres:
Alternative, Indie
Band Members:
Dylan Baldi, Jayson Gerycz, TJ Duke, Chris Brown
Hometown:
Cleveland, OH

"Music is the healing force of the universe" -Albert Ayler New Age Rock Band from Cleveland, Ohio
Sunday, February 25th, 2018
8:00 PM
Badlands Bar
3 Aberdeen Street, Perth, Australia
24 RSVPs
Fresh from a huge European and US tour, in-demand Cloud Nothings are returning for the first time since 2014, bringing their heavily-praised fourth studio album, “Life Without Sound” to Australian shores.

From its beginnings in Dylan Baldi’s basement in 2009 to include the trio of drummer Jayson Gerycz and bassist TJ Duke, Cloud Nothings are a band that continue to challenge the genre, while remaining nostalgic and loyal to their loud and brash basement roots.

In the band’s most bold and unprecedented phase, a second guitarist, Chris Brown, has bulked up the band’s lo-fi sound resulting in a remarkable expansion in the Cloud Nothings story and production.
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About Cloud Nothings
Genres:
Alternative, Indie
Band Members:
Dylan Baldi, Jayson Gerycz, TJ Duke, Chris Brown
Hometown:
Cleveland, OH

"Music is the healing force of the universe" -Albert Ayler New Age Rock Band from Cleveland, Ohio
Live Photos of Cloud Nothings
Fan Live Reviews
Sean
Durham, NC@
Motorco Music Hall
December 13th 2018
Excellent show, drummer was really impressive...Pretty short set though. But no complaints.
Courtney
Baltimore, MD@
Ottobar
December 10th 2018
Got my angst out listening to new music from this hard rock band. See you all down the road!
Gabby
Cambridge, MA@
The Sinclair
December 2nd 2018
We made that mosh pit happen and it was awesome!
Josh
Omaha, NE@
The Waiting Room Lounge
November 15th 2018
Amazing show really glad to finally see them. The only reason not a five star is I wish they would have played for longer 1 hour and 15 minutes is just a little short but don't discredit this band they are an act to see for sure
Miles
Salt Lake City, UT@
Urban Lounge
November 12th 2018
Just phenomenal. I keep going back in my head and replaying it all. Love
Ian
San Diego, CA@
Casbah
November 3rd 2018
Drummer is unreal. Sounds as good as on vinyl. And they played straight through 1.5 albums, no stops. It was powerful, no frills, reminiscent of early-90s rock and punk. Just what I wanted
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