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Big Black Cloud

Big Black Cloud

Big Black Cloud


Big Black Cloud (originally known as Here Comes a Big Black Cloud) is a garage punk band from Portland, Oregon that formed in 2005 after many of its original members fled Louisiana during the Hurricane Katrina disaster. The original line-up consisted of Nick Capello on guitar, vocals and keyboards; Soo Koelbli on bass and vocals; Travis Wainwright on drums; and Ben "Sauce" Applebaum on keyboards, theremin and vocals. Dain Marx was promptly added to the original line-up on bass, keyboards, and eventually guitar, along with a number of dancers. Read more on Last.fm
Big Black Cloud (originally known as Here Comes a Big Black Cloud) is a garage punk band from Portland, Oregon that formed in 2005 after many of its original members fled Louisiana during the Hurricane Katrina disaster. The original line-up consisted of Nick Capello on guitar, vocals and keyboards; Soo Koelbli on bass and vocals; Travis Wainwright on drums; and Ben "Sauce" Applebaum on keyboards, theremin and vocals. Dain Marx was promptly added to the original line-up on bass, keyboards, and eventually guitar, along with a number of dancers. This line-up remained largely intact until late 2007 with the removal of the dancers, and both Applebaum and Marx exiting the band in 2010. The band has had a number of official releases.

In 2008 Recorded Records released "Pompeii." In early 2009, the band formed its own label, Stankhouse Records, and released the limited edition "Black Mold" seven-inch. This was followed by the "Party Vietnam" ten-inch, which was released by Stankhouse in conjunction with Hovercraft Records. 2009 also saw the release of a seven-inch split with Tiny Knives. In 2010 the band released their first LP "Dark Age" and officially shortened their name to Big Black Cloud.

In 2011, they released an EP on cassette called "Shitty Vibrations." They are currently working on finishing up their second LP to be released in 2012. Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..
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