The sunny, raw sounds of Cloud Nothings come from an enigmatic Clevelander named Dylan, who formerly made music under the name of Cat Killer. Like many lo-fi artists of the late 2000s (particularly Wavves, Women, and Neon Tongues), Dylan took interest in reviving cassette culture, releasing his singles on tape and embracing a maxed-out recording technique in his blissful music. Cloud Nothings’ eight-song debut, Turn It On, was released in a limited run of 50 CDs and 100 cassettes in 2009. Those songs and others from a 2010 EP were collected on Cloud Nothings' Carpark debut, Turning On, in October 2010. The eponymous full-length Cloud Nothings arrived in January 2011. ~ Jason Lymangrover
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