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Shout Out Out Out Out is a Canadian dance-punk/electro group from Edmonton, Alberta. The band's lineup is unusual in that it includes multiple drummers and bassists, as well as vintage synthesizer equipment.[1][2]

Shout Out Out Out Out
Background information
OriginEdmonton, Alberta, Canada
GenresDance-punk, electro house
Years active2004–present
LabelsNrmls Wlcm Records
MembersNik Kozub
Jason Troock
Lyle Bell
Will Zimmerman
Clint Frazier



Shout Out Out Out Out was formed in 2004.[3] The band's debut album Not Saying/Just Saying, released in 2006, garnered significant airplay on Canadian campus radio and on CBC Radio 3. The album debuted at #11 on Canada's national campus radio chart, !earshot, in August 2006,[4] and moved up to #5 in the September chart.[5]

In February 2007, Not Saying/Just Saying was nominated for the Juno Award for Alternative Album of the Year, but lost to City and Colour's Sometimes.[6][7]

In 2008, the band released a split single with San Serac, "Friends"/"In the End It's Your Friends".

Their second album, Reintegration Time, was released on March 3, 2009.[8] That year the band performed at the 2009 Virgin Festival in Baltimore.[7]

The band's third album, Spanish Moss and Total Loss was released on July 17, 2012.[9]

The song Bad Choices from the Reintegration Time album can be played at the player character's apartment in the Citadel DLC for the 2012 video game Mass Effect 3.

After July 2014 the band was in hiatus for three years.[7]

Band membersEdit

Band members Gravy and Lyle Bell are also associated with the band Whitey Houston, while Nik Kozub was formerly a bandmate of Luke Doucet in Veal. Lyle Bell is also involved with punk marching band The Wet Secrets.[10] Kozub and Jason Troock are the heads of the band's label, Nrmls Wlcm Records.[11]

Kozub has also released solo material under the name Nik 7, and remixes for other artists as The Paronomasiac.




  • Nobody Calls Me Unless They Want Something (2005)
  • Dude You Feel Electrical (2006)
  • Friends/In the End It's Your Friends (2008, split with San Serac)


  1. ^ Evie Nagy (11 April 2009). "All Over But the Shouting". Billboard. Nielsen Business Media, Inc.: 26–. ISSN 0006-2510.
  2. ^ "WHO NAMED THE BAND: Shout Out Out Out Out a spacey echo". Gig City, July 24, 2012 By Mike Ross
  3. ^ "SHOUT OUT OUT OUT OUT: Legends never die". BeatRoute, 31 May 2017
  4. ^ !earshot : charts : top 200 : August 2006
  5. ^ !earshot : charts : top 200 : September 2006
  6. ^ "Edmonton's Shout Out Out Out Out celebrates 13 bouncy years". Edmonton Journal, Fish Griwkowsky June 1, 2017
  7. ^ a b c "Shout Out Out Out Out returns to the local stage". Vue Weekly, March 9, 2016
  8. ^ "Shout Out Out Out Out Reintegrate" Archived 2011-06-07 at the Wayback Machine,, January 28, 2009.
  9. ^ Ranta, Alan (2012-07-06). "Shout Out Out Out Out - Interviews". Exclaim!. Retrieved 2012-07-27.
  10. ^ : retrieved September 2013
  11. ^ Nrmls Wlcm

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