Dump was the four-track single project of Wayne McNew, better referred to as the bassist of Yo La Tengo. Elevated in Charlottesville, Virginia, McNew produced his first house recordings at age 13; after going to college, he found prominence because the bass participant for Christmas, becoming a member of the group in past due 1989. If they disbanded 2 yrs later, users Michael Cudahy and Liz Cox continued to create Combustible Edison, departing McNew to become listed on Yo La Tengo to record the 1992 work CAN I Sing beside me. Although Dump happened in January 1991, McNew didn’t issue any materials beneath the name for over 2 yrs, debuting with Superpowerless, a charmingly lo-fi collection spotlighting his mild vocals and skills on acoustic guitar, bass, drums, and body organ. An EP of addresses adopted in 1995, before the launch of the wonderful 10″ AIRPORT TERMINAL; the full-length I COULD Hear Music curved out the year’s flurry of produces. After coming back his concentrate to Yo La Tengo, McNew resurrected Dump in 1998 using the full-length A Plea for Tenderness; both Women in Rock and roll EP along with the cassette-only Prince tribute That Skinny Motherfucker using the Large Voice? adopted a year later on. Following a five-year break, McNew came back along with his most accomplished-sounding record however, 2003’s Grown-Ass Guy on Shrimper. Aside from a break up solitary with Jennifer O’Connor in 2008, McNew bided his amount of time in Yo La Tengo, forsaking his single project entirely.