The Burning Dirty Band | Goodbye Dominion

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Goodbye Dominion

by The Burning Dirty Band

Smartly arranged blues-tinged indie rock dappled with psychedelic shimmers, raw lo-fi soul, and simmering, spacious anthemic power.
Genre: Rock: Rock & Roll
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1. The Opener
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2. Only Ghost
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3. Everybody's Got a Limit
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4. Time Change
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5. Breakfast at the End
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6. Don't Open Your Mouth
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7. Goodbye Dominion
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8. Tropical Depression
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9. Pave the Bay
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10. Goodbye Home
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Album Notes
Goodbye Dominion is the defining Burning Dirty Band album. Smartly arranged, blues-tinged indie rock is dappled with psychedelic shimmers, raw lo-fi soul, and simmering, spacious anthemic power. Fans of Spoon, Wilco, David Bowie, The Band, and The Beatles will find plenty to like.

Longtime collaborator Steve West (Pavement; Silver Jews; Marble Valley) again lends his talents behind the boards as the BDB explores a newfound minimal efficiency and darker moods than on previous efforts. Sparse, cascading piano countermelodies from Jereme Steele weave around Ben Whitlock's swaggering bass rumble. Cory Garman's guitars alternately shimmer, crunch, and squall accompanied by the subtle propulsion of Ryan Steele's focused drumming. It's an album built from the ground up- methodically assembled and superbly textured.

This is music of loss, recovery, doubt, daydreams, hard realities, and the uneasy compromises of living in a cluttered world. Say hello to Goodbye Dominion. Say hello to the next chapter of the Burning Dirty Band.


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Blue Ajay

Deez cats got damojo. Color medigs!
I very much love this record. The Wilco references are valid, methinks. As a Wilco fan, I mean that as a compliment. I think this disc is simply fantastic.

On Tap Magazine

Lo-fi, ’70s-style warmth
Virginia residents the Burning Dirty Band have crafted a solid album with “Goodbye Dominion.” The record is patient and willing to take its time with the very American melodies, inspired as much by contemporary artists such as Wilco as by old greats such as the Grateful Dead... Listening to “Tropical Depression” near the disc’s end, it’s hard not to feel that some local boys have done good.

Gritty, challenging, and invigorating
You can hear the influences of Wilco and alt. country weeping into their magnificent arrangements and melodies. Rich and lush in harmonies with brave stabs at guitar-centric indie rock, “Goodbye Dominion” is also blessed with creative lyrics... you’d be hard pressed to find a more gritty, challenging, and invigorating roots rock oriented pop album.