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Background Noise: Scattered Order the new CD adjust the terminology with Michael Tee and Mitch Jones

Posted in Uncategorized by loops on December 3, 2010

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this morning the most frequent background noise guests, Michael Tee and Mitch Jones, the builders labourers of the avant-garde, scattered order founding members and founders of M squared the flagship of the Sydney post punk scene from 1979 to 83 they return to guide us through a journey into their new CD called adjust the terminology. This is a further exploratory music development in noise, tone and texture.

First bracket:

Track, Title, Duration

1, eat at Joe’s Vs why,5′ 30″ and almost a brutal opening and quite aggressive with a nice female spoken sample, like an explosion of energy.

2, Ruined by Me,6′ 37″, completely opposite side of your music, carefully sculpted sounds, very filmic.

 

Second bracket:

3, viral rhythm,6′ 29″

5, oil and plank,4′ 01″, some stark samples from B grade film and very colourful guitar

6, I want to be in a castle,4′ 54″ film dialogue (I want to be in a castle) interesting use of percussion, very dramatic almost processional.

third bracket:

7, Rotten  Burroughs,7′ 49″, William Burroughs seems to have had an impact on so many popular mediums

8, Thunk Tank,7′ 36″, New Zealand pronunciation.

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  1. David said, on December 4, 2010 at 5:01 am

    This new Scattered Order album is brilliant. Very lush soundscapes, and I always love Mitch’s sample choices. I recognize ‘I want to live in a castle’ as being about Ted V. Mikels who of course did live in a castle! Great stuff.


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