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The band's third album boasts more aggressive guitars and drums, speedier tempos and more prominent basslines.

Album Review: Cloud Nothings' 'Here and Nowhere Else'

April 2nd, 2014

The band's third album boasts more aggressive guitars and drums, speedier tempos and more prominent basslines.

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    Five early tracks pound with rhythmic intensity, demanding more than an earphoned head bop.

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    The band might be Brooklyn-based, but Craig Finn’s Minnesota roots dominate the band’s sixth album.

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    The first single, “Seasons (Waiting on You),” is wonderful on record, but to get the full effect, watch it on 'Letterman.'

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    The album's execution can't match its ambition.

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    It's a bit lacking compared to their other albums.

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    This is the best of the band's 12-year career.

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    The band's second post-Kurt Vile record is a solid, often gorgeous, effort.

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    With this record, it's clear somebody finally learned how to mic a studio properly.

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    From his Neptunes days to recent cameos with Robin Thicke and Daft Punk, Pharrell is smart about the company he keeps.

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    Need a good nap? Spin this snoozefest.

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    It's heartfelt. It's personal. It's 'Drunk on a Plane.'

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    The first half is great. The second half? Not so much.

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    His clear-eyed take on familiar thematic ground is anything but monochromatic, making it one of his most sincere projects.

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    Reunion album No. 5 ranks with 2012’s 'The Bears for Lunch' as the most wholly satisfying.

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    It mostly floats by without leaving much trace, leaving you lost in thoughts that have nothing to do with Phantogram

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    It ends with "Fire," its tribal pulse and melodic swells building to another resounding apex—and concluding another winning effort.

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    James Mercer of The Shins and producer Danger Mouse team up again and demonstrate that they’re a band, not a one-off side project.

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    Talk about a triumphant transition ... Laura Jane Grace is your new punk queen.

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