Cloud Nothings / Here And Nowhere Else
Album:Here And Nowhere Else Collection:General
Artist:Cloud Nothings Added:Mar 2014
Label:Carpark Records 

A-File Activity
Add Date:2014-04-04 Pull Date:2014-06-06 
Week Ending:Jun 8Jun 1May 25May 18May 11May 4Apr 27Apr 20

Recent Airplay
1.Mar 10, 2016:All Passion No Technique
Now Hear In
4.Nov 20, 2015:A Visit From Drum
Pattern Walks
2.Feb 18, 2016:All Passion No Technique
Now Hear In
5.Oct 30, 2015:A Visit From Drum
Psychic Trauma
3.Dec 12, 2015:Narnia
Pattern Walks
6.Jun 04, 2015:The Final Sunset
Pattern Walks

Album Review
DJ Away
Reviewed 2014-03-30 
Attack on Memory, Cloud Nothings’ last album, was a roaring 2000 mph pop-punk fastball out of left field from someone who’d previously been known for catchy pop songs. Here and Nowhere Else is a masterful refinement of Attack’s aggression—even more unrelenting and pointed, like a high-power firehouse. All songs are super fast and super amazing. Particular favorites: 1, 7, 8. FCC WARNING: 6.

1. *(3:31)—Crunchy, heavy on the low-end. Speeds up during the choruses. There are harmonies! And they’re good! And check out that intense bridge!
2. (3:04)—Anthemic, jumps between minor and major key. What if everyone in The Strokes had an adrenaline rush and started caring about the quality of their music? Here you go.
3. (2:53)—Starts slowly, picks up suddenly. Particularly angsty and screamy. Bonkers drumming at the end.
4. (3:09)—Okay, remember what I said about The Strokes two tracks ago? Forget them entirely. Just play this instead.
5. (3:49)—Heavy riffage on the verses. The choruses sound like the band’s about to launch a missile (riding up that fretboard).
6. (3:05)—FCC WARNING. Bouncy, frustrated. Tortured repetition of the line, “I don’t even talk about it.”
7. *(7:24)—Starts as an ultra jagged, noisy pop-punk anthem. About halfway through, turns into this dissonant and high-octane Glenn Branca thing, which then mutates into a freaking gorgeous and triumphant coda.
8. *(4:35)—Especially poppy, just a bit slower. Excellent chorus. This song is so catchy it may induce mild headaches and nausea upon withdrawl (this is a good thing, by the way).

Track Listing
1.Now Hear In 5.Giving Into Seeing
2.Quieter Today 6.No Thoughts
3.Psychic Trauma 7.Pattern Walks
4.Just See Fear 8.I'm Not Part Of Me