Red Stone Sinners release debut EP ‘Learning to Sin’



The rockers from West Australia known as Red Stone Sinners have released their long-awaited debut EP record album, titled, “Learning to Sin.” The EP is comprised of three core Red Stone Sinners favorites, “Whiskey Sour,” “Brixton Town,” and “Resurrection River,” for an approximate total listening time of ten minutes. Red Stone Sinners are known in their home town of Perth for bringing a unique, rockabilly-esque mix of what their official Facebook page calls, “an original blend of dirty blues, folk-punk, and loose-tongued rock ‘n’ roll from Western Australia.”


Red Stone Sinners is Myles Mitchell on vocals and guitar, Dave Guilfoyle on bass guitar, and Buzz Brown on drums and percussion. They cite as main artistic influences such legendary performers as David Bowie, AC/DC, The Rolling Stones, The Pogues, Camille O’Sullivan, John Butler Trio, PJ Harvey, Fat Freddies Drop, Swamp Thing, and Nick Cave (order faithfully preserved).


The Red Stone Sinners formed in 2013 and left Australia for Los Angeles, CA not long after. After playing the LA scene for a season, they toured the west coast of the United States to Alaska. They find themselves today in Anchorage, a city with a thrumming music scene most Americans do not have the opportunity to experience.


They write of themselves and their singular, characteristic sound:
“At our core, we are an original three-piece band. It’s live and anything could happen, the good, the bad, the sublime and the ugly. We guarantee a unique energy that harnesses a lust for life and music that takes hold of us all, audience and band alike, and pitches us on the shores of some distant musical oasis. So climb aboard our vessel for a night and who knows where you might find yourself in the morning. Spend a night with the Red Stone Sinners. Live!”


The Sinners are renowned for giving a truly genuine live experience unlike that provided by most rock players in any scene today, and their steadily growing, cult fan base grows has been stalwart and intensely watching their every move since summer of 2013. This latest release is certain to prove the catalyst for an even larger Red Stone Sinners explosion.


“Learning to Sin” by the Red Stone Sinners is available online worldwide beginning 3 November 2013.


-S. McCauley

Staff Press Release Writer



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