Dumb Numbers is Australian video maker and musician Adam Harding with a revolving cast of musical collaborators, including Lou Barlow (Sebadoh, Dinosaur Jr), Dale…Read More
After leaving Dinosaur Jr, (a band he reunited with in 2005), Lou Barlow teamed up in his pal Eric Gaffney in 1988 with the plan to make lo-fi four-track recordings, under the name Sebadoh. The duo made two albums, Weed Forestin and The Freed Man, and released both on cassette, and released Sebadoh III in 1991. Songs on that album were written by Barlow, Gaffney and a new recruit, bassist Jason Loewenstein. In 1993, Eric left and was replaced by drummer and friend Bob Fay, for two albums, Bakesale and Harmacy.
In 2004, Lou and Jason embarked on the “Turbo Acoustic” tour, but in 2007, the three original members of Sebadoh – Eric, Lou and Jason – reunited to play the “Classix” and performing together for the first time in 14 years across dates in the US, Canada and Europe. The setlist drew from a number of tracks off of their classic early-90s discs including III, Smash Your Head on the Punk Rock and the then-reissue of Bubble and Scrape.
In 2011, Jason and Lou set out on a world tour to support the re-issue of Sebadoh’s 1994 album, Bakesale (the band’s acclaimed fifth full-length album). Remastered and re-released by Sub Pop in North America, and Domino Records in the UK, the deluxe version of Bakesale comes filled with b-sides, EP tracks and rareties, plus photos and liner notes by Lou and Jason. There’s also a grey-marble vinyl version.
Lou Barlow has announced a new solo album, Brace the Wave, due out September 4th via Joyful Noise Recordings. His first solo release in…Read More
Twenty years ago, schoolteacher Robert Pollard & his merry band recorded Bee Thousand in a Dayton, Ohio basement on a 4-track cassette recorder. This improbable rock classic became an enormously influential album. The album has been called one:Read More
Nobody’s on trial here, right? So the first thing to strike me about “Defend Yourself” was the title. Replace “self” with heart” and you are spot on here. Sebadoh’s first album of new material in almost fifteen years is quite personal.Read More
After a huge 14 year break, some of Domino’s oldest friends, Sebadoh are back with a new album, ‘Defend Yourself’. The band have shared the opening track from the album, ‘I Will’, both track and album will be out on September 16th 2013.Read More