- Title:Stale White Boys Playing Stale Black Music
- Style:Punk, Indie Rock
- Date of release:
- Size FLAC version1878 megabytes
- Size MP3 version1771 megabytes
- Size WMA version1661 megabytes
- Formats:MOD XM AIFF VOX VQF DTS MP4
Stale White Boys Black Music (7"). Label Category Country Year. Easter Bilby EB 004 US.
from Split Personalities by AUSMUTEANTS. Split Personalities CASSETTE. Cassette + Digital Album. Split Personalites reissue tape on In The Shit records from Italy. Features a slightly different tracklist to the original + a Chrome cover. Stale White Boys Playing Stale Black Music 7". Jun 2014.
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Ausmuteants - Who’s the Narc. New 7" ‘Stale White Boys Playing Stale Black Music’ out now on Easter Bilby Records. I can not wait to see this band in Detroit on October 4th. music punk. AUSMUTEANTS started life in late 2011 in Geelong by Jake Robertson and Billy Gardner. Both had been playing since teenagers in trad garage bands The Frowning Clouds (Jake) and The Living Eyes (Billy). Being good looking rebels who play by their own rules, they cracked the shits, broke loose with just a synth and drums and in early 2012, knocked out the ‘Split Personalities’ tape. By the time that was out they’d added Melbourne loose-unit Marc Dean on bass, and soon after, ex-Canberran hardcore non-guitarist Shaun Connor on guitar
Ausmuteants: Stale White Boys Playing Stale Black Music 7"/Split Personalities. In case you hadn't heard, it's already been an enormous year for Ausmuteants. The Amusements LP was released in North America by Goner, and they put out a killer single on Goodbye Boozy. Here's two more, because why not? First is a 7" on Easter Bilby, and if you check out "Who's the Narc?" below, you'll hear a song that's closer to slick, straightforward synthpop than anything on Amusements. Steve Adamyk Band: Dial Tone. Following that Sonic Avenues record from earlier this year, Dirtnap continues its run of very solid power pop releases with the fourth album from Ottawa's Steve Adamyk Band. Dial Tone comes packed with 13 songs, and faithful to their genre's conventions, each track threatens to get stuck in your head.
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Ausmuteants obviously have no problem wearing their influences on their sleeves, but the imagination they bring to their music is remarkably potent, and there's a strong thread of fierce energy and bent vision on Ausmuteants that makes this a real find; low-tech electronic punk with an eye to tradition (such as it is in this context) and a crazed commitment to.
|Who's The Narc||4:59|
|Dying From The Inside Out||2:18|
|EB 004||Ausmuteants||Stale White Boys Playing Stale Black Music (7")||Easter Bilby||EB 004||US||2014|
|none||Ausmuteants||Stale White Boys Playing Stale Black Music (3xFile, Single, MP3, 320)||Not On Label (Ausmuteants Self-released)||none||Australia||2014|