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Keeping their heads in the Cloud

Indie collective's music meditates on philosophy

Cloud Cult includes two painters as fully-fledged band members. The group's songs are soul-searching, allegorical, and shot through with spiritual questing. Cloud Cult includes two painters as fully-fledged band members. The group's songs are soul-searching, allegorical, and shot through with spiritual questing. (Mark Davidson)
By Jonathan Perry
Globe Correspondent / August 31, 2007

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Music can be a meditation or benediction, a prayer or celebration, a means to an end. In Cloud Cult's universe, it is all of these things. For singer-songwriter Craig Minowa, it's been that way ever since he began recording albums a decade ago in the closet-cum-home studio of his Minneapolis apartment, using anything he could find as an instrument: a ... (Full article: 753 words)

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