New Dumbass Album: Robbing Graves

Robbing Graves, the new album

Robbing Graves0“The negative form of the self exercises a loosening power as well as a binding power; at any time it can quite arbitrarily start all over again, and no matter how long one idea is pursued, the entire action is within a hypothesis.”

 

Robbing Graves is the new release from Dumbass.

It is an intense expressionist and experimental suite of music in two parts. The first part (the title track), is a 54 minute piece of music that is both sonically and lyrically challenging. It is deeply intertextual, both formalist and freeform, with lyrics in 4 languages, and music that moves from minimal and quiet to brash and noisy.

Robbing Graves weaves the past and present together, figuratively and literally through extensive use of archival recordings and incisive self-reflection.

The second part plays more like a traditional album, with more manageable song lengths, but it is in fact a continuation of an overarching narrative that moves, from bar 1 of part 1 towards its inevitable conclusion in the final song.

The album is available to download for free here at the Dumbass website.

Robbing Graves PortfolioIt is also available in a portfolio edition, with 2 CDs, a liner-book, and 4 hand printed woodcuts. Contact us through the Trash Records Facebook page if you are interested.

Finally, you can also stream the first Part of the album on youtube and vimeo.

New Pin Album: Internet Sarcasm

P13 Internet SarcasmHere is the new album from Pin, “Internet Sarcasm.” We hope you enjoy it.

TRACKS:

01 FASTER, TASTIER, & ABOVE ALL, EASIER

02 IS THIS TODAY?

03 PRODUCTION IS EASY

04 THE NEW LIES

05 LIFE AT SEA

06 THIS IS THE GAME

07 & WHY NOT TOMORROW

08 & WHY NOT TOMORROW (PART 2)

09 & WHY NOT?

10 INSTRUMENTAL

11 BABYLON

12 CHANGE

13 DESERT

14 GET IT!

15 HAVE WE PROGRESSED?

16 IS THIS ALL IT TAKES?

17 THE PRELUDE

18 PARTY PEOPLE

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Visit the Pin homepage for album art, more information, more downloads, videos, and so on.

pin internet sarcasm poster