About

SINCE

2000

EXPERIENCE
&
UNFORGETTABLE
MEMORIES.

Dumb Unit is a band defined by songwriting abilities. By mastering an amalgam of musical genres, we craft signature songs dominated by lyrical brilliancy. With this foundation, Dumb Unit truly triumphs when they add elements of improvisation, rock and beat-boxing.

Featuring guitar, mandolin, saxophone, bass, drums and vocal percussion, Dumb Unit guarantees a lesson in musical history along with their own signature brand of genre-defying sounds.

Our debut album, “Tumble-Dry” (2006), is a unique assembly of songs that seamlessly blend elements of rock and roll with blues, jazz and folk. “Detached Work” (2007) features the same range of style, but includes their first single to be charted on college radio in Canada. This track quickly became a fan favorite for its complex rhythms and catchy melodies.

SINGLES - Clockwork & Avatism - Archetypes EP

We have been touring in various cities across the USA, performing on several open mics and also opening up for top bands like Mother Jane and The Raghu Dixit Project. We have previously released singles like 'Take A Ride' and 'Make You Okay' before dropping our album - Clockwork & Avatism.

Clockwork's rise from recent non-existence into darlings of bouncy, reverb-heavy house has been well documented since their breakthrough Hot Creations release back in 2011. Fellow Italian Avatism hasn't had quite the same levels of press attention that a Jamie Jones-affiliated release now seems to guarantee, but the three producers seem to have a demonstrably similar outlook on the kind of music we should all be listening to, an outlook brought to life by this, their first collaborative effort on Berlin's Dumb Unit.

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PERCUSSION

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ELECTRIC GUITARS

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KEYS

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PERCUSSION

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VOCALISTS

Our Most Acclaimed - Various Artists - Dumb Unit Dynasty EP 2

The four cuts on Dynasty EP 2 aren't the kind of tracks that cause you to hit "next" after a bar or so. They are, however, the type which will induce a yearning for individuality after they've faded to silence. Kicking things off, Dumb Unit's owner Jeremy P. Caulfield teams up with Cesare "vs Disorder" Marchese for "Young Pretenders." The track is laced together with a funky-enough bassline, but its ambiguous vocal echoes and slow-fading neon synth stabs fail to impart much memorability.

Caulfield's edit of "What You Want" is a tad more locomotive, reaching for jabbing hats rather than bass. Here, reverbed synths billow through most of the track's duration.


NEW PROJECT

After 3 years since the start of our last activities, we are finally back again with a fresh concept. It's not like we disappeared or anything (lol) but it's about time for them to come back with something new and made some changes during their break too.

So basically what we are going to do this time around isn't only singing; We will also act on stage as well as making movies.


FUTURE

We plan to take it as it progresses but we have big plan coming up. This will blow you up totally and we will keep it a surprise now.