Dumb Drum Records
Dumb Drum Records was a independent record label founded[when?] in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. It was responsible for, amongst other releases, the True Independence series of compilations that showcased young and independent musicians, generally of a punk, hardcore and/or alternative genre of music. It had considerable success in the mid nineties, with its highest recorded charting album (#8 for May 1995 on the Canadian National Chart (now referred to as Chart Attack ) being, True Independence II, which featured over 40 artists, amongst them being: DirtyBird, Ripcordz, Ripped (then referred to as Ripped Emotions), ActionAdventure and Project 9. The original project was borne out of the artistic community of Claude Watson School for the Arts at Earl Haig Secondary School in Toronto where the founder of the label, Shawn Elliot Atkinson attended with other alumni such as Stefan Brogren, Daniel Nestor, Scott Speedman and Sarah Polley.
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