Mad As Hell: I’m Interested In Apathy

Shaun Micallef’s Mad as Hell, ABC, Wednesday November 26th 2014:

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The Birth Of Uncool

Part of Melbourne University’s Free University.

MELBOURNE: MUSIC, MEMORY, PLACE
This course examines Melbourne’s music culture with a focus on the
way music works to generate memories. We welcome some of the
city’s finest songwriters, musicians, radio presenters, venue owners,
and academics to the MFU to discuss their involvement in Melbourne
music and to explore the relationship between music, memory and
place.

WEEK 4: 20.3.14
THE BIRTH OF UNCOOL: How TISM gatecrashed
Melbourne music
Damian Cowell (writer, performer, impostor)

The Birth of Uncool from Geoff Rossiter on Vimeo.

THE BIRTH OF UNCOOL: How TISM Gatecrashed Melbourne Music by Damian Cowell @ The Alderman (20th March 2014) from Carbie Warbie on Vimeo.

John Safran’s Music Jamboree

John Safran’s Music Jamboree, Episode 5, July 22nd 2002 (original air date):

thedc3.com.au, April 28th 2013 (excerpt; full article online here):

3. How did TISM’s real names get on the credits of the Music Jamboree?

No doubt because it was a quicker and more convenient way to get all the required music credits, Music Jamboree got their information directly from APRA, where you are a member with your full details and all your recorded works are listed with full songwriter’s details. We had no idea until the show came out. But really, we didn’t mind all that much, because the whole anonymity thing about that band was overrated. None of us were hiding anything, except our resolute lack of anything interesting enough to hide.