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Band Of The Future

Although their press release locates themselves outside of most vaguely relevant genres, I’d have to identify Ausmuteants as punk / post-punkish, with a vigourous slab of synth right there in the middle of it. Band Of The Future is their fourth full-length, all shouty and punchy. Released on the Aaarght! Records label.

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Mates Rates / Echo Beach

Synth punk on 7” from Ausmuteants. The two tracks, Mates Rates and Echo Beach, are exclusive to this release, and hold together an almost new-wave melodic sensibility with the forward pummel of punk. Oh, and the second track is a cover of Martha & The Muffins. Gnarly times, on the HoZac label.
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Fed Through a Tube

Ausmuteants prove on the title track for 'Fed Through a Tube' that what's really been missing from punk rock is the ability to count in songs real fast, shouting numbers up to eight with a gleeful abandon that recalls 'Rocket To Russia' era Ramones and the no frills bullshit of Descendents and Reagan Youth. These are simple punk tunes: immediate and immediately made, they rip through a world of irrelevance and fast-living. 
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Order of Operation

Garage rock duo Jake Robertson and Billy Gardner thrive off a backbone of furious guitar-drum exchanges, some truly juvenile synths and super saccharine vocals that make them Ty Seagall's twee equivalent. A collection of sparkly clean punk exercises for the most part, 'Order of Operation' presents a gleefully silly band making well-calculated pop hooks.
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