This sounds like it was recorded on a dictaphone in a tiny tin shed before being saved as an 18kbps mp3 and played back on one of those mobile phones that kids piss people off with on buses. It’s pretty lo-fi. It’s also great, punky and poppy and even a bit jangly, from the same continuum as Pavement (to use a lazy, albeit accurate comparison). Cloud Nothings is 18 year old Cleveland based Dylan Baldi, plus some of his mates when he plays live. Based on this and the other 2 tracks they’re giving away over at the splendid RCRD LBL, he’s pretty much cornered the soundtrack for Kevin Smith’s next 30 movies about slackers not doing very much.
Listen to the lad here