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1 - DUMB - CLUB NITES - (CD) 
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Dumb are good at plenty of things, but relaxing isn't one of them. The Vancouver four-piece write feverish tunes at a frantic pace, delivering catchy post-punk songs in two-minute blasts of wiry riffs and indignant social critiques. As the title indicates, Club Nites is a collection of narratives drawn from the nightlife ecosystem. Attempting to break from the typical romanticized version of "the club" as seen on TV, the album instead depicts a bleak social setting, where we zoom in on seemingly petty details in order to reveal the cracks that Hollywood forgot to fill. The LP has the energy of a raw nerve. Packing 14 tracks into a little more than half an hour, Dumb are unfailingly economical, with no-nonsense song structures that last just long enough to get stuck in your head. Club Nites is a whirlwind of seemingly insoluble influences battling one another into existence. Singer-guitarist Franco Rossino's vocal stylings are instantly captivating, ranging from spoken-word rambling, to Fugazi-esque chants, to what it might sound like if Mark E Smith had fronted The Zombies. Guitarist Nick Short creates intricate layers of guitar that range from austere rock riffs to timeless pop progressions, with a healthy dose of feedback to tie it all together. Bassist Shelby Vredik combines melodic bass lines with a powerful rhythmic precision that complements drummer Pip Morelli's meticulous, pummeling beats. Dumb belongs to a lineage of jagged post-punk that runs from Minutemen to Pylon to Parquet Courts, yet the band remains loyal to their pop sensibilities.

TRACKLISTING: 01. Club Nites 02. Submission 03. Dont Sleep 04. Beef Hits 05. Cursed 06. My Condolences 07. Content Jungle 08. Some Big Motor Dream 09. Fugue 10. De Mas 11. Columbo 12. Slacker Needs Serious Work 13. Knot In My Gut 14. Cbc Radio 3


Format: CD

Disc Quantity: 1
Release date: 07-06-2019
Item # : 533208     
Availability: IN STOCK
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2 - DUMB - CLUB NITES - (LP) 
MINT


Dumb are good at plenty of things, but relaxing isn't one of them. The Vancouver four-piece write feverish tunes at a frantic pace, delivering catchy post-punk songs in two-minute blasts of wiry riffs and indignant social critiques. As the title indicates, Club Nites is a collection of narratives drawn from the nightlife ecosystem. Attempting to break from the typical romanticized version of "the club" as seen on TV, the album instead depicts a bleak social setting, where we zoom in on seemingly petty details in order to reveal the cracks that Hollywood forgot to fill. The LP has the energy of a raw nerve. Packing 14 tracks into a little more than half an hour, Dumb are unfailingly economical, with no-nonsense song structures that last just long enough to get stuck in your head. Club Nites is a whirlwind of seemingly insoluble influences battling one another into existence. Singer-guitarist Franco Rossino's vocal stylings are instantly captivating, ranging from spoken-word rambling, to Fugazi-esque chants, to what it might sound like if Mark E Smith had fronted The Zombies. Guitarist Nick Short creates intricate layers of guitar that range from austere rock riffs to timeless pop progressions, with a healthy dose of feedback to tie it all together. Bassist Shelby Vredik combines melodic bass lines with a powerful rhythmic precision that complements drummer Pip Morelli's meticulous, pummeling beats. Dumb belongs to a lineage of jagged post-punk that runs from Minutemen to Pylon to Parquet Courts, yet the band remains loyal to their pop sensibilities.

TRACKLISTING: 01. Club Nites 02. Submission 03. Dont Sleep 04. Beef Hits 05. Cursed 06. My Condolences 07. Content Jungle 08. Some Big Motor Dream 09. Fugue 10. De Mas 11. Columbo 12. Slacker Needs Serious Work 13. Knot In My Gut 14. Cbc Radio 3

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Format: LP

Disc Quantity: 1
Release date: 07-06-2019
Item # : 533209     
Availability: IN STOCK
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3 - DUMB - SEEING GREEN - (CD) 
MINT


DUMB is the new smart. Don't believe us? Look no further than this ridiculously prolific Vancouver quartet, who have somehow cracked the code on including quality with their quantity. Over the last two years, Dumb have self-released three albums of quirky, frenetic post-punk. While others might go stale, however, the band seems to break new ground with each new idea.Enter Seeing Green, the band's first full-length for Mint Records. The album's 14 tracks were produced by Jordan Koop (Wolf Parade, You Say Party, the Courtneys) While it's the band's first time working on this relatively larger scale, Koop's production has simply crystallized their ideas.The result is a batch of songs that sound both urgent and timeless, referencing classic post-punk projects like DEVO, Pylon or the Mekons while placing them nicely within the pantheon of Canadian contemporaries like Ought, Fountain and Freak Heat Waves.Musically, Seeing Green's jagged guitars and punchy rhythm section lay a perfect basis for their lyrics, all of which explore the inherent absurdity of modern life. As frontman Franco Rossino says, "The album revolves around a confused and angry young person unknowingly being tossed around by the same western capitalist conditioning that we've all been raised on." At times paranoid and other times exuberant, Seeing Green dares you to dance and deconstruct. It's a trim, explosive collection of songs.

TRACKLISTING: 01. Romeo 02. Barnyard 03. Power Trip 04. Hard Sea 05. Artfact 06. Party Whip 07. Cowboy 08. Warming Up 09. Don't Get Me Started 10. Ripesnakes 11. Soft Seam 12. Mint 13. Magistrate 14. Roast Beef


Format: CD

Disc Quantity: 1
Release date: 22-06-2018
Item # : 514661     
Availability: IN STOCK
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4 - DUMB - SEEING GREEN - (LP) 
MINT


DUMB is the new smart. Don't believe us? Look no further than this ridiculously prolific Vancouver quartet, who have somehow cracked the code on including quality with their quantity. Over the last two years, Dumb have self-released three albums of quirky, frenetic post-punk. While others might go stale, however, the band seems to break new ground with each new idea.Enter Seeing Green, the band's first full-length for Mint Records. The album's 14 tracks were produced by Jordan Koop (Wolf Parade, You Say Party, the Courtneys) While it's the band's first time working on this relatively larger scale, Koop's production has simply crystallized their ideas.The result is a batch of songs that sound both urgent and timeless, referencing classic post-punk projects like DEVO, Pylon or the Mekons while placing them nicely within the pantheon of Canadian contemporaries like Ought, Fountain and Freak Heat Waves.Musically, Seeing Green's jagged guitars and punchy rhythm section lay a perfect basis for their lyrics, all of which explore the inherent absurdity of modern life. As frontman Franco Rossino says, "The album revolves around a confused and angry young person unknowingly being tossed around by the same western capitalist conditioning that we've all been raised on." At times paranoid and other times exuberant, Seeing Green dares you to dance and deconstruct. It's a trim, explosive collection of songs.

TRACKLISTING: 01. Romeo 02. Barnyard 03. Power Trip 04. Hard Sea 05. Artfact 06. Party Whip 07. Cowboy 08. Warming Up 09. Don't Get Me Started 10. Ripesnakes 11. Soft Seam 12. Mint 13. Magistrate 14. Roast Beef


Format: LP

Disc Quantity: 1
Release date: 22-06-2018
Item # : 514662     
Availability: IN STOCK
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