When Clouds Collide

2013-07-29 12:09:11 UTC

When Clouds Collide is a post-rock duo from New Jersey comprised of Matt O’Connor and Michael Coyle. Their debut LP – entitled We’re Just Making Sound – was completely self-produced.

Both members wrote, recorded, and produced the album with the exception for a few parts written and recorded by Russ Frank and Ryan Lederer. Their influences range among several genres and include bands such as [ Minus the Bear ] ~ [ This Will Destroy You ] ~ [ Cloudkicker ] and many more.

“Their sound is full – they avoid self-indulgent interludes and solos – and their songs possess propulsion. In a concert hall, the reverberations would likely fill the room, drowning out conversation and evoking the euphoria of layered instrumentation."

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Credits / Released 25 July 2013 All tracks written, recorded, and produced by: [ Matt O'Connor ], [ Michael Coyle ], and [ Frank Mauro ]

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When Clouds Collide - Live From The Office Artist - When Clouds Collide Album - Live From The Office Release Date - 2013 Genre - Instrumental, Post-rock, Ambient [ GO GET IT NOW ] Tracklist 1. Liftoff 05:26 2. Exosphere 04:12 3. Apollo 10:11 4. Monolith 06:16 5. Farewell 04:10 6. Lost Cosmonauts 04:19 -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- When Clouds Collide - Live From the Office -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Artist - When Clouds Collide Album - We Just Making Sounds Release Date - 2012 Genre - Instrumental, Post-rock [ CHECK IT OUT ] Tracklist 01. Cellar Door 03:05 02. Hibernation 03:36 03. Edge of Infinity 07:50 04. Oh, Boy 04:24 05. Sunsets and Regrets 05:12 06. No Bean, No 04:15 07. Black Birch 05:03 08. My Tears Break The Mirror 04:12 09. San Miguel 03:46 10. In The Wake Of Collision 05:56 -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- When Clouds Collide - We Just Making Sounds -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Recommendations: Shelter Red | Irepress | Io | CloudKicker | What The Blood Revealed -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- When Clouds Collide --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

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