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Background Noise: New Work by Australian experimental sound artists, Shane Fahey And A Cloakroom Assembly And Archival recordings by Rik Rue

Posted in Uncategorized by loops on November 24, 2009

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this morning Three Meticulous Sydney-based sound sculptors. Shane Fahey founding member of the legendary Sydney post punk group The Makers of the Dead Travel Fast is a multidimensional sound artist. His brand new CD on his own label Endgame Records is titled The Slated Pines. And A Cloakroom Assembly, the mysterious Sydney post punk music and experimental sound project of M squared co-founder and one half of the original scattered order Michael Tee, and beautiful new sound explorations.Including Interviews with Michael in Canberra and Shane in New York. And a recently assembled collection of historic sound constructions by the highly respected rik  Rue.

Firstly, the slated Pines by Shane Fahey.I spoke to Shane two days ago From New York.

Track, title, duration

3, get some out time,5′ 52″

4, scatter floor for food,4′ 00″

7, for and against the noise barrier,9′ 33″


A Cloakroom Assembly,new recordings and I spoke to  Michael Tee  about the new recordings from Canberra yesterday.

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5, 080208a,5’49”

Finally Rik Rue (a collaborator with Shane Fahey over the years), recent and not so recent sound collage works.

Track, title, duration

2, Stockman one (cut up for future improvisation),1’14” or

6, a fistful of grunts,3′ 22″

9, uncommercial ad hoc (mix three),5′ 59″


A Music Night not to be missed at great  the Abercrombie Hotel on

 HotelHotel at 8 PM on Saturday, November 28 with reformed flagships of the M squared label, scattered order Mark one (with M squared founders Mitch Jones And Michael Tee) and the makers of the dead travel fast and the craftsmen of soundscape, a slow rip and carefully chosendjs .Entry $12 and the performances will be in the beer garden at the rear. Word games galore, the night is called three heads meet messmer and koo koo.


The next background noise will be a very special programme with studio guests Lloyd Swanton and Chris Abrahams from the necks presenting the new CD called Silverwater. As well as some candid necks stories.



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