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Productive Disruption

by Deaf Club

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patrick cunningham
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patrick cunningham Love this release. Every song has a distinct identity, it’s lean, no fat, front to back one of the best 31G releases ever. Blistering mathematics, killer songwriting, and kickass effects. Productive Disruption is not one you wanna miss. Thank you JP and 31G for making this possible. Favorite track: Shoplift From Jail.
Darknight
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Darknight I love Deaf Club!! Productive Disruption is a clear contender for AOTY and its only January, killer blastbeats, glorious grind, songs to melt your tiny mind makes this album a piece of beauty. It will be on constant rotation from my collection cos its that good. Favorite track: Chew the Fat.
jimiwiz
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jimiwiz Steve Albini preferred drum machines because they could play as fast as he wanted and never get tired. I guess he didn't anticipate someone like Scott? Get hip to this shit, cuz it's brutal. Favorite track: Don't Forget to Live.
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    Ironically, Deaf Club’s debut LP was recorded on the same day as what would become known colloquially as The Insurrection – January 6th, 2021. While the actions that day at The Capitol were aimless, unplanned, asinine and delusional, this album was created in direct opposition without even knowing it: it is intentional, tactical, bitterly relevant. In short, it serves as a productive disruption to the bootlicking, copsucking, flag-fucking frenzy we’ve found ourselves surrounded by. And although the band’s 2019 EP, Contemporary Sickness, delivered its own blastbeat-fueled urgency in message and tone, this full-length ventures deeper into the abyss. Having had time to stew in the cesspool of the last two years and mutating into its newest variant, Deaf Club confidently emerged angrier, evolved, more focused and thus, more dangerous. It discovers nastier, weirder, grimier territory, often through its use of pedals and distortion, in large part due to the addition of sci fi shredder Tommy Meehan (The Manx, Sweatband Records co-founder). Alongside Brian Amalfitano (ACxDC), these two guitarists leave no sound untuned. Merge this with Justin Pearson’s (The Locust, Dead Cross, Satanic Planet) always acerbic lyrics alongside drummer Scott Osment (Weak Flesh, Planet B) and bassist Jason Klein (Run With the Hunted), and what you end up with is Productive Disruption: a death threat to some, a love letter to others.

    Tracklisting:
    For a Good Time Call Someone Else
    Chew the Fat
    Don’t Forget to Live
    Catching Flies
    Shoplift from Jail
    Wide Lawn, Narrow Mind
    Full as a Tick
    Someday All Men Will Die
    A Day at the Racist
    New Voodoo
    Stop Appealing to God
    Public Acid
    Power of Negative Thinking
    Planet Bombing

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Deaf Club is a savage sound bath dripping with sardonicism: a blastbeat-centric hardcore punk assault channeling crust, thrash, and grind (un)sensibilities. Succinct pauses, surreal frequencies and effects, breakneck pace and sharply hurled vocals characterize the band’s aesthetic, which seems as though it is rooted in a sort of nasty-sound-meets-highbrow-message ethos. Fueled by the onslaught of society’s insanity and driven mad by tinnitus, Justin Pearson (The Locust, Dead Cross, Planet B), Brian Amalfitano (ACxDC), Scott Osment (Weak Flesh), Jason Klein (Run With The Hunted), and Tommy Meehan (The Manx, Chum Out!) approach music as an opportunity to confront our collective sicknesses. Last October, the band released their debut EP, Contemporary Sickness, as well as a Remix cassette EP of bonus remixes featuring GothBoiClique’s YAWNS, Bubblegum Octopus, 304angstroms, and DJ Embryonic Petit Sac. More recently, the band released a cover and video of Killing Joke’s “The Wait” as a benefit, with all proceeds going to Fair Fight, an organization founded in 2018 by Stacey Abrams.

Productive Disruption was recorded by Alex Estrada and Tommy Meehan. Mixed by Pseudo Beast. Mastered by Brent Asbury.

Layout and design by Sonny Kay.

Ironically, Deaf Club’s debut LP was recorded on the same day as what would become known colloquially as The Insurrection - January 6th, 2021. While the actions that day at The Capitol were aimless, unplanned, asinine and delusional, this album was created in direct opposition without even knowing it: it is intentional, tactical, bitterly relevant. In short, it serves as a productive disruption to the bootlicking, copsucking, flag-fucking frenzy we’ve found ourselves surrounded by. And although the band’s 2019 EP, Contemporary Sickness, delivered its own blastbeat-fueled urgency in message and tone, this full-length ventures deeper into the abyss. Having had time to stew in the cesspool of the last two years and mutating into its newest variant, Deaf Club confidently emerged angrier, evolved, more focused and thus, more dangerous. It discovers nastier, weirder, grimier territory, often through its use of pedals and distortion, in large part due to the addition of sci fi shredder Tommy Meehan. Alongside Brian Amalfitano, these two guitarists leave no sound untuned. Merge this with Justin Pearson’s always acerbic lyrics alongside drummer Scott Osment and bassist Jason Klein, and what you end up with is Productive Disruption: a death threat to some, a love letter to others.

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