Scattered Order

Since their formation in 1979 Scattered Order have been confounding listeners with their non-stick, genre bending ideas of noise and tune. During this time they have released material on the M Squared, Volition, Ink (UK), Vinyl on Demand (Germany), Klanggalerie (Austria) and their own Rather be Vinyl label.

After numerous line-up changes, 2009 saw a reformation of Mk 1 version of the band with original members Mitch Jones and Michael Tee ‒ founders of the semi-legendary independent M Squared label ‒ combining for a sonic assault of loops, samples and guitars. Using “tried and trusted” but ageing samplers, MiniDiscs, audio cassettes and other deleted media mixed up with a whole lot of guitars and held together with some new found computer technology string, their plan is to DIY reverse engineer their way to the summit, demolishing and building tunes on the way.

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  1. New Weird Australia, Volume Four. | New Weird Australia.
    August 22, 2010

    […] REUNION SACRED IBIS, Sing It To The Mountains (2:11) 4. TANTRUMS, Beat The Happy Pavement (4:08) 5. SCATTERED ORDER MK 1, Ruined By Me (5:44) 6. ALISTER SPENCE TRIO, Two Halves Of The Moon (3:26) 7. SCISSOR LOCK, Codify […]

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