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The Owl and Bear Podcast vol. 177

I turned twenty-one in prison doing life without parole

Live Review: Cloud Cult at Mr. Smalls, November 2, 2010

The indie collective brought its stirring sound to Pittsburgh’s Mr. Smalls.

Interview: Cloud Cult

The Minnesota band tells us about their new album.

Cloud Cult Reissue Two Albums, Record New One (MP3)

Cloud Cult

Cloud Cult have been riding high lately. Their two most recent albums, The Meaning of 8 and Owl&Bear favorite Feel Good Ghosts (Tea Partying Through Tornadoes), have marked a creative peak for the band, the hard-won result of ten years of touring, seemingly insurmountable hardships, and a recorded output far too large to shake a […]

Review: Cloud Cult; May 14, 2009 at The Casbah; San Diego

Cloud Cult

Cloud Cult have worked hard to get where they are. Their early albums contained moments of brilliance, but were weighed down by a lack of focus, frustrating silence, and cacophonous filler. After releasing six promising but inconsistent albums, the band finally struck gold with 2007’s The Meaning of 8, which balanced quirkiness and catharsis without […]

Cloud Cult Playing Casbah May 14th

Cloud Cult

In case you haven’t noticed yet, we at Owl&Bear really love Cloud Cult. Their most recent effort, Feel Good Ghosts (Tea-Partying Through Tornadoes) earned a much-deserved spot on our Best of 2008 list, and still hasn’t lost any of its resonance, despite the endless rotations we’ve subjected it to. So, it is with no small […]

Cloud Cult Coming to San Diego, Releasing DVD

If you read our Best of 2008 list, you may have noticed a little band called Cloud Cult on there. The prolific Minnesota collective has already released eight wildly creative albums—including the highly recommended The Meaning Of 8—so you have no excuse for not knowing/loving them yet. The band will soon be heading out on […]

Owl and Bear’s Top Albums of 2008

Owl and Bear writers’ favorite albums of 2008.