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Background Noise: M Squared special part two, Scattered Order with Mitch Jones and Michael Tee

Posted in Uncategorized by loops on February 16, 2010

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this morning part two of our M squared special. We welcome back Michael Tee and Mitch Jones the founders of the M squared studio and label. They are also the founders of Scattered Order. We will be journeying through the history of scattered order from birth to rebirth last year. They have chosen a range of music from throughout their history right up to this year.
Track listing:

title, duration, source

“Mass Murder” ,– (2.05),           “Prat Culture Plus”

“Screaming Tree”, – (2.58),“Prat Culture Plus”

“Slot Car Synth” ,– (1.27),Prat Culture Plus”

“Absolute Moral Icepools” ,– (4.25),“Prat Culture Plus”
bracket 2

“Koo Koo Kamus” – (6.11)         , “Prat Culture Plus”

“Heat” – (3.51), “Terrace Industry”, track seven

“Astro Pants” – (11.52)  , SO”,track 2
bracket 3

“Boys in Coal Trucks” (2010), – 4.43, Unreleased

“Eat @ Joes” – (5.31), Unreleased
NEXT PROGRAM appropriately, public image Ltd  plastic box limited-edition released last June and containing 36 page booklet with Liner Notes by Lydon, already over $250 in America. Contains Album Tracks, Rarities and Unreleased BBC Tracks.

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Background Noise: M Squared special part one with Michael Tee and Mitch Jones

Posted in Uncategorized by loops on February 16, 2010

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something very Australian for Australia Day yesterday hot on the heels of the overwhelmingly successful Wilshire Street Noise, a tour through the brand-new comprehensive M squared archival four CD release called Terrace Industry. Part one of a two-part M squared special with label founders the 2M’s, Mitch Jones And Michael Tee. Good morning Michael and Mitch and welcome back to background noise. M squared studio and label  was the central focus for a vibrant Sydney post punk scene from 1980 to 1983 in which they released 24 vinyl and seven cassettes. They have been called famously by Michael tee the builders labourers of the avant-garde. It was a real cottage industry.This milestone release has 81 tracks and most on CD for the first time.  The music was post punk Avant Rock and pop. Mitch and Michael will be choosing tracks and sharing rare insights into the recordings.
CD,track no.,atrtist,title,time, source,year

BRACKET 1

1,2,Systematics, “Nuts to you” ,- (2.42),pulp baby single b side,1981

2,1,The Makers of The Dead Travel Fast, “Dead travel fast”, – (6:33),growing pains 12”,1980

1,12,Systematics, “Midnight On Balancing Day” – (3:19),1981

BRACKET 2,

3,13,Height/Dismay ,”Picnic on the Nile”, – (2.11),mother’s footsteps(never released?),1981?

4,14,Tame O’Mearas ,”Curl Curl”, – (2.20),a selection,1981?                              

4,18,Slugfuckers “Dolphins ≠ Fish”, – (4.34),”

3,12,Height/Dismay ,”Mother’s Footsteps” ,- (3.12),mother’s footsteps,1981?

BRACKET 3

4,13,The Limp “Pony Club”, – (2.46),a selection,1981

1,20,Patrick Gibson ,”Church of England TV” ,– (3.36)

4,3,Ya Ya Choral, “No Control”, – (2.16),prev. unreleased,1981 

BRACKET 1

1,2,Systematics, “Nuts to you” ,- (2.42),pulp baby single b side,1981

2,1,The Makers of The Dead Travel Fast, “Dead travel fast”, – (6:33),growing pains 12”,1980

1,12,Systematics, “Midnight On Balancing Day” – (3:19),1981

BRACKET 2,

3,13,Height/Dismay ,”Picnic on the Nile”, – (2.11),mother’s footsteps(never released?),1981?

4,14,Tame O’Mearas ,”Curl Curl”, – (2.20),a selection,1981?                              

4,18,Slugfuckers “Dolphins ≠ Fish”, – (4.34),”

3,12,Height/Dismay ,”Mother’s Footsteps” ,- (3.12),mother’s footsteps,1981?

BRACKET 3

4,13,The Limp “Pony Club”, – (2.46),a selection,1981

1,20,Patrick Gibson ,”Church of England TV” ,– (3.36)

4,3,Ya Ya Choral, “No Control”, – (2.16),prev. unreleased,1981

Background Noise: M Squared Feature part one

Posted in Uncategorized by loops on July 16, 2009

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this morning M. squared records feature part 1.  with the label founders, producers and artists, the two Ms , Mitch Jones and Michael Tee.  Thank you both for coming in, welcome to background noise .  M. squared was absolutely pivotal in the Sydney post punk music scene, in the years 1979 to 1983.  It was a very innovative and generous independent label and studio . The label and its own family of groups ranged from avant pop and rock, experimental to electronic music.  This morning will also be the radio launch for the beautiful new tribute to the label released by the German label vinyl on demand.  Called pardon me for barging in like this. A Retrospective Box Set with five LP records featuring mainly unreleased recordings by groups on the label and historic photos .

The music will be from scattered order, a cloakroom assembly and tracks from the compilation record in the box.
Track listing:
1.

Scattered Order record one, Waiting for You To Come Home.

 Side Number, Track Number, Title, Duration

1,1, “Tanks” ,1′ 43″

1,2, “Violent 4” , 1’38”

1,4 “Untitled”, 3′ 12″

2,3 “Waiting for you to come home”, 2.51

2.A Cloakroom assembly , record four , mrrk+MRRK tracks
Side Number, Track Number, Title, Duration

1,1, TOM SALTED, 02:02  
1,3, SNAREGRRR , 02:25  
1,10, RAFT , 02:00
2,2 , RETREAT 1.08 , 02.54
2,3, LAST TUESDAY NIGHT, 2.42  

3.Compilation , Selection record five, Your Company’s Logo Here

Michael selection

1,4,Day Glo, Prod,3′ 27″

1, 3, Eating Paper, The East End Butchers,4′ 12″

1,2 Dusk, Height Dismay,1′ 53″

Mitch selection

Side Number, Track Number, Title, Duration

2,2, “Blood pressure in the sand” , Height / Dismay, 3′ 29″         

2,1, “Making babies in heaven” , A Volatile T Shirt , 4′ 08″