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Background Noise: Mitch Jones interview and feature on 41 Pardons volume 1, M Squared archival recordings

Posted in Uncategorized by loops on June 4, 2011

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this morning special guest Mitch Jones one of the founders of M squared and scattered order and another regular guest , good morning Mitch and welcome back to background noise. He will be presenting another beautiful M squared archival release celebrating Sydney post punk. 41 pardons M squared rare recordings 1979 to 1983 volume 1 double CD released recently on Ascension records release of the vinyl on demand pardon me for barging in like this vinyl box set  from 2009 with crystal clear sound quality. All tracks being totally remastered?. The first time these really historically important tracks have appeared in digital format, preserved forever.

CD 1

1st Bracket

Track, Artist, Title, Duration

1, Scattered Order,Tanks,1.46

7,”,Waiting for you to come home,2.53

6,”,Because they are more difficult,3.14

2nd Bracket

8,Patrick Gibson,Modra Inara,2.17


13,”I needle the oven,3.32

3rd Bracket

15,A Cloakroom Assembly,Tom Salted,2.04

18,Keeping Apprehension Tim,2.16

22,The Airside,3.20
CD 2

4th Bracket

track, Artist, Title, Duration

4,Makers of the Dead Travel Fast,Sea Heads Part 1,6.43


10,“,Die for my house,2.12

5th Bracket

12,Prod,Jet Boy survives the fall,5.19

13,East End Butchers,The elephant freak,2.07

17,Volatile T Shirt,Making babies in heaven,4.04

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Background Noise: Jim Denley and Mike Majkowski interview and feature on Blip

Posted in Uncategorized by loops on June 4, 2011

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this morning we are privileged to have as special studio guests, two of Australia’s finest exploratory music improvising musicians, Jim Denley (flautist and saxophonist) and Mike Majkowski (double bassist). Good morning Mike and Jim and welcome back to background noise. They have recently founded their first collaborative venture called BLIP and have produced the first release Calibrations on the splitrec label. A truly spontaneous and colourful musical feast, congratulations. This morning they will be presenting music from Calibrations As Well as some unreleased live recordings. Interspersed with some probing questions. A morning of conversations with BLIP


Track, Title, Duration

1, Pod,8′ 46″

2, Oat,6′ 39″

2nd bracket

Craig Grady remixing the playing of Mike and Jim. Recorded 2010

third bracket

live recording from the launch of calibrated in March 2011

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Background Noise: New Label Spectrum Spools First Releases

Posted in Uncategorized by loops on June 3, 2011

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Two Brand-New first releases on the new label which is a meeting of Editions Mego from Austria and John Elliott from the group Emaralds. The label is called Spectrum Spools. The first release an LP record a sort of radiance by Fabric. A multidimensional work in which you can really submerge yourself. Fabric is the work of Chicago-based multi-instrumentalist Matthew Mullane.

Side , track number, title, duration

A,1,Orangeand Red,1′ approximately

“,2, Leaving the House,6′ approximately

“,4, camera,4′ approximately

B,1, containers,1′ approximately

“,2, light float,7′ 30” approximately

“,4, soft disconnect,4′ 50” approximately



The second release on the new label spectrum spools is by Bee Mask edited and mixed in Cleveland and Philadelphia. An electronic work of great beauty incorporating piano, voice, percussion and tape on par with the classics of experimental and electronic music, carefully and meticulously composed. Bee Mask’s Canzoni dal Laboratorio del Silenzio Cosmico. Real name Chris Madak, Bee Mask has been releasing a ton of music since the early noughties; this album is a vinyl edition of a limited cassette which came out on Gift Tapes last year. Both releases beautiful limited-edition records (500) with exquisite cover design. Thank you to Peter Rehburg for supplying us with these glorious releases which can be obtained through the website

Side, track number, title, duration

A, untitled, 12′ 50″ approximately

B,”, 15′ 10″

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