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Last Building Burning Album Review

By Tanner Meadows Music Journalist Artist: Cloud Nothings Album: Last Building Burning Release Date: October 19, 2018 Label: Carpark Records (US), Wichita Recordings (UK/Europe) Website: http://www.cloudnothings.com/ Evolving from compressed lo-fi garage rock and distantly electronic, through-the-phone vocals, Cloud Nothings’ most recent release, Last Building Building, is the group’s latest and greatest step toward a rawer, more vigorously unrefined sound. One could argue that isn’t saying much, considering the shortcomings of […]

todayNovember 13, 2018 8

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Top Ten’s of 2014: Garrett Strickler

by Garrett Strickler  Music Reviewer  Top 10 Jaden Smith Tweets of 2014: Instead of trying to focus on whether or not Jaden Smith is smart, wise, possessed, or right, try to focus on the fact that there was no better way to start off your week or end your day than with a good Jaden tweet. Also, keep in mind that he’s still in the full throngs of puberty, he’s […]

todayDecember 26, 2014 7

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Top 10 Songs of 2014: Allison Johnson, KTSW Music Director

By Allison Johnson Music Director At the end of every year I always dread sitting down and trying to figure out how to somehow put into a short list form all of the incredible albums, songs and artists that have sparked my interest and conversations. However, it is customary to compile such a list, so here are my top 10 songs of 2014 (though they may change within the next […]

todayDecember 17, 2014 1

Add of the Week

Add of the Week: Cloud Nothings

Written By Allison Johnson   Cloud Nothings just released their fourth album Here and Nowhere Else via independent Washington D.C. label Carpark Records on April 1, 2014. In Cloud Nothings case, it seems each album is better than their last. Here and Nowhere Else displays progressive instrumentation that is both chaotic and mellifluous, along with poignant lyrics. On "Psychic Trauma," lead singer Dylan Baldi lazily slips into the verse "Try to stop it, try […]

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