Tonight at Dumb Records: Nectar, The Telephone Junkies, Sadface Killer, Idle Oath

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It’s the weekend everybody, and we’ve got a couple of shows lined up for you tonight and tomorrow night! The show tonight features Nectar from Champaign, who are no strangers to the Springfield rock scene. Stream their latest album on the player below. The Telephone Junkies will be performing for us as well. And if that is not enough for you, Sadface Killer from here and Peoria will be taking the stage before them. Opening things up is the folky local duo, Idle Oath. They are really good.

All of that starts tonight at 7:00 pm and admission is $7. You can find a facebook event for this show right here. Also be sure to check out our shows page for a good look at what else we have lined up in the year 2020, the year of the future.

Danny J: “Young Dumb Idiot”

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Happy snowy Thursday everyone, today we are bringing you yet some more new local music that has recently come out in this year 2020, the year of our future. This time today we bring you a brand new 7-track release (EP?) (album?) from local hip hop artist Danny J called Young Dumb Idiot. You can also find that streaming on the youtube player below. Here is a link to find the release streaming on various different platforms. Danny J is affiliated with the Zippir Collective in town along with artists Kid Ziggy, Papa Luke, and JunioR Pasare, all of which are also featured at different points on the album.

We are also adding this one to our Springfield album archive page, bringing us to three releases so far this year for 2020! It’s gonna be a great year.

Videos: Slow Mass at Dumb Records 1-19-20

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Happy Wednesday, everyone. We still can’t get over how great our venue space looks right now and how great our last show this past Sunday was. Today we bring you a video that was taken of Chicago-based band Slow Mass, of them performing one of their songs, “Gray Havens.” You can find that video on the player below.

Also check out our vids/pics page for a list of videos taken at our downtown space and plenty from the Black Sheep years.

March 10th at Dumb Records: Prevention, Gumm, Direct Measure, Bull Cult, Black Box

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We haven’t announced this show yet? Wow, we get to get more on top of things. This one is happening later on in March – Tuesday, March 10th. It’s gonna be a stinger of a gig. This one is going to be a tour kickoff of sorts for the bands Prevention and their Tennessee-based friends, Gumm who have played here a couple of times before. Nice. Stream some of Gumm’s music on the player below. You already know what Prevention sounds like. Also on this show is “Direct Measure” who used to be called… Brute Force. They have played here a bunch too, but you wouldn’t know it looking at the flier because they changed their name. Also on this show is the mighty Bull Cult from Galesburg, playing here for the second time ever. Black Box from Springfield is going to be opening things up with their wild & crazy hardcore music. Enjoy!

All of that is at 7:00 pm and admission is $7! Hopefully the weather will be warmer by then. Check out a facebook event for this one right here. Also be sure to check out our shows page for a good look at what else is coming up at Dumb Dumb’s!

DJ Reco: “Dope 2 Mixtape”

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Keeping things rolling with all of the new music that has been coming out in this city! Today we bring you one that came out late last year right around Christmastime. That is DJ Reco’s “Dope 2 Mixtape” – a compilation of a whole 19 artists from the area, including a few that have performed before at our space. You can stream this whole entire thing and even download it online right here at “datpiff.com.”

Dope 2 Mixtape is a follow up to the first Dope Mixtape which was released earlier last year and features the old South Town Studio / South Town Sound building on the cover. We are listing this one on for local releases that came out in 2019 on our Springfield album archive page.

New Arrivals / Upcoming This Week At Dumb Records

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Good morning everybody, and happy Tuesday! Welcome back to work or school, or whatever it is that you do. We are here at 9:00 am sharp to bring you a list of some fresh records that are going out, or have hit the shelves this past week, or we are expecting to come in on Friday. Also some new CDs. Our store is open today and every single day from 10:00 am to 8:00 pm. You should come check it out sometime! Let’s take a look at what we’ve got scheduled this week and then dive into what’s new and expected upcoming this week.

Tuesday (today): 10:00 am – 8:00 pm
Wednesday: 10:00 am – 8:00 pm
Thursday: 10:00 am – 8:00 pm
Friday (show): 10:00 am – 9:00 pm
Saturday (show): 10:00 am – 9:00 pm
Sunday: 10:00 am – 8:00 pm
Monday: 10:00 am – 8:00 pm

Expected Friday
Big Thief – Two Hands
Childish Gambino – Awaken My Love
Devo – Freedom Of Choice
Kid Dynamite – Kid Dynamite
MC5 – Kick Out The Jams
My Chemical Romance – The Black Parade
Nirvana – Nevermind
Pet Shop Boys – Hotspot
Pinegrove – Marigold
Rage Against The Machine – Evil Empire
System of a Down – Toxicity

New LPs
311 – Evolver
Billy Holiday – Lady In Satin
Cursive – Get Fixed
Halsey – Manic
Love And Rockets – Express
Pedro The Lion – Phoenix

Used LPs
Ace Cannon – At His Best
Aerosmith – Draw The Line
Alfred Newman – The Magic Islands
The Amazing Rhythm Aces – How The Hell Do You Spell Rythum
Angel Heart – Soundtrack
Band of the Grenadier Guards – Holiday In England
Barry Manilow – This One’s For You
The Beach Boys – Dance, Dance, Dance
The Beach Boys – Greatest Hits (1961-1963)
The Blue Nile – A Walk Across The Rooftops
Bob Wills & Tommy Duncan – Hall of Fame
Buddy Alan – The Best of Buddy Alan
Caravan – Caravan
Chuck Berry – Chuck Berry’s Golden Decade
Chuck Mangione – Feels So Good
Connie Francis – Never On Sunday
Dave Dudley – Dave Dudley Presents
Family – Fearless
Felix Slatkin – The Cello Galaxy
Fools Face – Tell America
Frank Zappa and the Mothers of Invention – One Size Fits All
Frankie & The Knockouts – Below The Belt
George Harrison – Dark Horse
Janguar Wright – Ain’t Nobody Playin’
Jim Reeves – Young & Country
Kate Bush – Lionheart
Kenny Loggins – High Adventure
Led Zeppelin – In Through The Out Door
Lester Lanin – Happy-Go-Lanin
Lou Reed – Live: Take No Prisoners
Marti Jones – Used Guitars
The Marshall Tucker Band – Greatest Hits
Midnight Star – No Parking On The Dance Floor
Mike Johnson – The Artist / The Riddle
The Paul Butterfield Blues Band – Golden Butter
Ron Cooley – Rainbows
Sarah McLachlan – Touch
Savoy Brown – The Best of Savoy Brown
Taj Mahal – The Taj Mahal Anthology Volume 1
Thelonious Monk – It’s Monk’s Time
Various – Urgh! A Music War

12” Singles
Ceejay – A Little Love (What’s Going On)
Jackie Moore – How’s Your Love Life Baby
James – What For / James Who?
Johnny Dynell And New York 88 – The Big Throwndown
Rave International – A New Thing

New CDs
Adam X – On The One And Two
Al Martino – I Love You Because
Al Martino – Great Gentlemen of Song
Angel Alanis – Accelerated Motion
Aphex Twin – I Care Because You Do
Bob James / David Sanborn – Double Vision
Carl Cox – Phuture 2000
Carl Cox – Mixed Live: Crobar Nightclub, Chicago
The Chemical Brothers – Exit Planet Dust
David Sanborn – Another Hand
David Sanborn – The Best Of David Sanborn
Destiny’s Child – The Writing’s On The Wall
Destiny’s Child – Destiny Fullfilled
Earth, Wind & Fire – Elements of Love: The Ballads
Earth, Wind & Fire – The Best of Earth, Wind & Fire Vol. II
Fictional – Fictitious +
Floppy Sounds – Short Term Memories
Flow – Music And Beyond
Fluke – Progressive History X
Foetus – Flow
Force Mass Motion – Future Groove Collection
Frank Sinatra – Nice N’ Easy
Frank Sinatra / Tommy Dorsey – Love Songs
Front 242 – Headhunter 2000
Front 242 – 05:22:09:12 Off
Gatecrasher – Global Sound System
Guided By Voices – Isolation Drills
The Isley Brothers – Best of the Isley Brothers
The Isley Brothers – Twist And Shout
Joe Williams – The Definitive Joe Williams
Joe Williams – Triple Play
Lou Rawls – Rawls Sings Sinatra
Robert Walter – There Goes The Neighborhood
Sammy Davis Jr. – Greatest Songs
Sherry Winston – For Lovers Only
Steve Lawrence – Steve Lawrence Sings Sinatra
Tony Bennett – All Time Greatest Hits
Tony Bennett – The Movie Song Album
Various – Deeper Rhythms: The House Sessions Vol. 1
Various – The World of Garage House
Vitro – Distort
Will Downing – Moods
Will Downing – Sensual Journey

New Band Pages: Ricki Marvel

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Happy Monday and Martin Luther King Day everyone, it sure has been dead downtown despite a few customers coming in to our store throughout the day. Today is Monday, so we are bringing you a brand new local band page here late in the day. That is for Ricki Marvel, who just released her full length album, The Prisoner earlier this month. Check out that new band page right here. You can stream the album and find out more about Ricki Marvel on that page.

Check out any of our 50+ current band pages up on our site right here. Do you perform in a local band or are a local musician who has not yet set up a band page with us? Get in touch with us at dumbrecs@gmail.com and we will work with you to get something set up!