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SPLENDOUR SIDESHOW ++ CIRCA WAVES
19th July 2014

MT WARNING will support UK band Circa Waves for their headline Splendour sideshow in Sydney

SPLENDOUR SIDESHOW: MT WARNING will open the stage for UK band Circa Waves. Tipped by NME as a band to watch this year, it’s your last chance to check out Circa Waves at their very own headline show in Sydney. ++ MT

Tues 29 July – Newtown Social Club, Sydney
Doors at 7:30pm
Tickets still available here!

SPLENDOUR IN THE GRASS
14th July 2014

MT WARNING to play Splendour in the Grass 2014 Ummm…. Pretty damn stoked to announce we’ll be playing Splendour in the Grass this year.  Catch us on the GW McLennan Stage at 2:45pm ++MT #petrifiedheartep #splendourinthegrass

MT WARNING LIVE SHOW RECORDED ++ MOSHCAM
11th July 2014

MT WARNING full live show recorded by Moshcam

Watch MT WARNING’s full live show recorded at Sydney’s Enmore theatre, thanks to Moshcam.  The guys warmed up the Edward Sharpe crowd in fine style, playing a selection of tracks from their debut album ‘Midnight Set’.

++ Set List

Sinking Sun
Promises
Like a Tattoo
Forward Miles
Youth Bird

Stream the full live show at Moshcam… or watch the stream below…  ++ MT

FBi RADIO LIVE FEED + SUNDAY JULY 13
9th July 2014

MT WARNING Live Feed from FBI Radio's FBi Social Lunch Break session in March 2014

Tune in to FBi Radio this Sunday at 2pm to listen to MT WARNING’s live feed.   Recorded in March at FBi Social’s LunchBreak, the live session features “Forward Miles”, “Youth Bird” and “Midnight Dawn”.

Check out more photos from the recording taken by Lucy Perrett at FBi Social Facebook.

++ Set List ++
Midnight Dawn
Anchor
Like A Tattoo
Burn Again
Forward Miles
Youth Bird
++ MT

KING OF THE SOUTH
9th July 2014

Lyrics of King of the South by MT WARNING

Found these original lyrics to the song “King of the South” - feels like time travel when stumbling on these almost forgotten scribbles. You can hear both versions of the song on the Youth Bird EP or here with our ‘ol pals Spotify Australia.

PETRIFIED HEART EP ++ NEW TUNES
3rd July 2014

Lyrics for Petrified Heart by MT WARNING

Petrified Heart is the new EP from MT WARNING – coming to your ears very soon. Mikey Bee and the band are back in the studio in Byron Bay polishing and nurturing those last touches.

Some lyrics from “Petrified Heart”:

“….. I got a fear that this ocean in between is gonna swallow me as I try to swim home to you ….” 

And some words from Mikey:

I love the stories in the patterns of paper well travelled – coffee papaya tequila – I don’t know what that red is but these lyrics were penned in Mexico. Does distance make the heart grow fonder or just more sentimental – no ‘other’ close enough to question your perceived view of them…. Monday ponderings #petrifiedheartep

UNPLUGGED ++ CURATED BY JAE LAFFER
11th June 2014

MT WARNING to play the National Gallery of Victoria in a series of unplugged and stripped down acoustic performances this winter

ANNOUNCEMENT: There will be special, unplugged performances taking place in Melbourne this winter at the National Gallery of Melbourne curated by Jae Laffer and MT WARNING is honoured to play there on July 20th -#ngvunplugged 

Free entry, places are limited, no bookings
Venue The Ian Potter Centre: NGV Australia, Level 2

Unplugged Live: Portrait of an Artist

Sun 6 Jul – Sun 7 Sep, 2-3pm

Unplugged Live is a winter music series curated by Jae Laffer showcasing ten of Australia’s best loved songwriters over ten weeks.  Set amongst classic Australian works in the NGV’s Ian Potter Centre, each Sunday afternoon the public have the chance to hear about the background of a great Australian work of art. This will be followed by a performance from a great Australian musician who will play a handful of songs and also discuss some of the themes and inspirations for their songs. Discussion will focus on comparisons to each week’s selected visual work of art, and show the similarities between the two art forms.

Sun 6 Jul Bob Evans
Sun 13 Jul New Gods
Sun 20 Jul MT WARNING
Sun 27 Jul Melody Pool
Sun 3 Aug Adalita
Sun 10 Aug Georgia Fair
Sun 17 Aug Glenn Richards
Sun 24 Aug Jae Laffer
Sun 31 Aug Paul Dempsey
Sun 7 Sep Missy Higgins

++ MT

NEW VIDEOS ++ CONVERSATIONS #2
6th June 2014

Our second newsletter went out this morning and we wanted to share it with you.  It features four new videos that go beyond the songs of Midnight Set and hope to give you an insight into the record-making process.  We won’t always share our newsletters to the website so be sure to sign up for exclusive pre-sales and tour updates!  ++ MT


 

++ First look at videos from MIDNIGHT SET ++

CONVERSATIONS ++ #002

Heya,
It’s been two months since we revealed Midnight Set in its entirety, which felt like a long time coming in my mind, but it’s been a whirlwind year leading up to getting the album out. Along the way we managed to spend a lot of time in front of and around cameras. I guess that happens when your conspirator is a film maker. Between the songs we snuck out and video clips we made, there were other things we created and are now ready to share. Snippets from our #videograffiti concept (that will ride again next record!); outtakes of me and Taylor attempting to explain our erratic creative pattern; and behind the scenes of music videos whilst onset.
I’ve been buried in a world of new melodies since the last tour, writing, recording, experimenting. I watched through a few of the clips just now and it transported me straight back to the headspaces we were in while making the last record – and showed me how far I’ve come since beginning that journey. It’s an adventure, I’ll say that much!

Enjoy, thanks for supporting, I’ll buy each and every one of you a beer when I’m looking at you (come and say hullo!)

– Mikey

++  MIDNIGHT DAWN BTS  ++Midnight Dawn behind the scenes with Johnny Abegg and Mikey Bee from new videos by MT WARNINGRight after we shot the music video for “Midnight Dawn”, director Johnny Abegg threw me on a train track to get the behind the scenes scoop on what inspired the video and the song in the first place. After a hectic year it’s nice to reflect and see where heads were at right after the moment of creation, which can often get lost in tour mode (amongst other things!). 
++ NOTES ON YOUTH BIRD ++Notes on "Youth Bird" is a new video showing Mikey Bee and Taylor Steele's creative process for making the film clipTaylor and I had a very detailed explanation for every song, speaking together we understood, but we often had trouble articulating these creative thoughts outwardly to others. In this vid we attempted to retell the making of the whole album, ‘Midnight Set’. Our editor on hand, young Peter Rogers, didn’t know where to begin cutting up our babble, so it was nice that we got some form of sense to tell how the two of us worked when making ‘Youth Bird’. 
++  YOUTH BIRD LIVE  ++This was taken at the last show of our first Oz tour, we’d landed back in our hometown Byron Bay and were playing The Great Northern. It was good vibes all round, so many people had helped out on this project that were there! Peter Rogers and Jordan Power were swinging from the rafters rigging the projector, Ryan Heywood had come and built the amazing screen behind us, everyone was keeping the bar from going broke. It was in this song that I decided to do my usual jump around and meet some people out front as the loop continued onstage to be affronted and slapped by security mid dance floor burning. It almost turned to madness in the pit as you could imagine at a hometown show in the country, but I managed to get back to stage and keep it calm – me and big Ray (security) are now good mates – it was a great homecoming before we took off 2 days for London and Hamburg.  
++  VIDEO GRAFFITI  ++Video Graffiti is something very exciting in the MT camp. This is where we want to take our show to the streets, we were jamming with AVDJ CHNNLS to find out how to trigger video and sounds of me narcissistically jamming with 10 foot versions of myself. The origins came from seeing what CHNNLS could do with his video sounds and from me not wanting to ever have just simple playback where another sounds comes in to fill up a bands sounds onstage (like a keyboard line that is not actually being played etc). The idea took on a life of it’s own as I realised we could film every instrument from the album being played by me, trigger the sound and video of me doing that and build a virtual band that I could run around out front of interacting with myself. To test the theory we hit up the streets of Melbourne, Brisbane, London, Hamburg and our very own lighthouse here in Byron Bay.  

Copyright ©2014 ++ MT WARNING PTY LTD ++ All rights reserved.

 

TOUR DIARY FOR THE MUSIC ++ ROADBLOG #10
19th May 2014

MT Warning Tour diary for The Music

Check out Mikey Bee’s tour diary written for The Music from their recent dates with Gang of Youths in Brisbane, Sydney and Melbourne… And stay tuned for more tour updates coming soon  ++ MT

We had an hour to get ready and get on the road for the first show in Brisbane; so Vinnie Laduce and I grabbed our boards and went for a surf. We thought that would help the packing process for the tour we were about to embark on with Gang Of Youths and that our leads, guitars and drums would miraculously pack themselves by the time we returned… Continued here…

ROADBLOG #9 ++ THE PALACE
14th May 2014

MT WARNING supported Edward Sharpe and the Magnetic Zeros at The Palace Theatre Melbourne, Australia

The flight into Melbourne always excites me as we fly over the farms I grew up on right about as the plane begins its decent. Sadly as close as I’ve come to there in years, I gotta get back up to the Murray Valley soon. We scored a ride into Fitzroy, found a quick pint then borrowed a friend’s car to collect tonight’s arsenal of drums and amps for the night’s performance at The Palace in the city.

That venue, wow! It has been a mecca for awesomeness, debauchery, theatre and life-changing performances. It will definitely go down as all of that for me after this show. We sound-checked and headed out into Chinatown for some pre-show energy. It was the return walk with more friends and tequila than we should have had that started the good times rolling, and we essentially spilled onto The Palace stage in front of 1,800 people ready and waiting.

It was intimate, intimidating and exciting to have three tiers of music lovers looking at us, we churned through a set inspired by ESMZ in that I didn’t know what we’d play next, just feeling it out as we went along, which turned out perfect. I remember this set, and always will, the crowd was very generous to us warming the room and the lights guy must have been drinking with us before because he put on one killer light show entertaining us as much as the crowd, and causing us to step up our own theatrics.

Edward Sharpe and the Magnetic Zeros at the Palace Theatre Melbourne, Australia

Again the snake-charming-church-choir-gospel-gone-right entourage took the stage and changed people’s lives. How they play harmoniously with all those people is impressive and inspiring.

till next time, Mikey.

TOUR DATES WITH GANG OF YOUTHS

15 May - Brisbane Alhambra Lounge http://www.moshtix.com.au/v2/event/gang-of-youths/71268
16 May - Sydney Newtown Social Club https://newtownsc.ticketscout.com.au/gigs/2435/GangOfYouths
17 May - Melbourne Shebeen BAND ROOM https://shebeenbandroom.ticketscout.com.au/gigs/2436/GangOfYouths

Blog

SPLENDOUR SIDESHOW ++ CIRCA WAVES
19th July 2014

MT WARNING will support UK band Circa Waves for their headline Splendour sideshow in Sydney

SPLENDOUR SIDESHOW: MT WARNING will open the stage for UK band Circa Waves. Tipped by NME as a band to watch this year, it’s your last chance to check out Circa Waves at their very own headline show in Sydney. ++ MT

Tues 29 July – Newtown Social Club, Sydney
Doors at 7:30pm
Tickets still available here!

SPLENDOUR IN THE GRASS
14th July 2014

MT WARNING to play Splendour in the Grass 2014 Ummm…. Pretty damn stoked to announce we’ll be playing Splendour in the Grass this year.  Catch us on the GW McLennan Stage at 2:45pm ++MT #petrifiedheartep #splendourinthegrass

MT WARNING LIVE SHOW RECORDED ++ MOSHCAM
11th July 2014

MT WARNING full live show recorded by Moshcam

Watch MT WARNING’s full live show recorded at Sydney’s Enmore theatre, thanks to Moshcam.  The guys warmed up the Edward Sharpe crowd in fine style, playing a selection of tracks from their debut album ‘Midnight Set’.

++ Set List

Sinking Sun
Promises
Like a Tattoo
Forward Miles
Youth Bird

Stream the full live show at Moshcam… or watch the stream below…  ++ MT

FBi RADIO LIVE FEED + SUNDAY JULY 13
9th July 2014

MT WARNING Live Feed from FBI Radio's FBi Social Lunch Break session in March 2014

Tune in to FBi Radio this Sunday at 2pm to listen to MT WARNING’s live feed.   Recorded in March at FBi Social’s LunchBreak, the live session features “Forward Miles”, “Youth Bird” and “Midnight Dawn”.

Check out more photos from the recording taken by Lucy Perrett at FBi Social Facebook.

++ Set List ++
Midnight Dawn
Anchor
Like A Tattoo
Burn Again
Forward Miles
Youth Bird
++ MT

KING OF THE SOUTH
9th July 2014

Lyrics of King of the South by MT WARNING

Found these original lyrics to the song “King of the South” - feels like time travel when stumbling on these almost forgotten scribbles. You can hear both versions of the song on the Youth Bird EP or here with our ‘ol pals Spotify Australia.

PETRIFIED HEART EP ++ NEW TUNES
3rd July 2014

Lyrics for Petrified Heart by MT WARNING

Petrified Heart is the new EP from MT WARNING – coming to your ears very soon. Mikey Bee and the band are back in the studio in Byron Bay polishing and nurturing those last touches.

Some lyrics from “Petrified Heart”:

“….. I got a fear that this ocean in between is gonna swallow me as I try to swim home to you ….” 

And some words from Mikey:

I love the stories in the patterns of paper well travelled – coffee papaya tequila – I don’t know what that red is but these lyrics were penned in Mexico. Does distance make the heart grow fonder or just more sentimental – no ‘other’ close enough to question your perceived view of them…. Monday ponderings #petrifiedheartep

UNPLUGGED ++ CURATED BY JAE LAFFER
11th June 2014

MT WARNING to play the National Gallery of Victoria in a series of unplugged and stripped down acoustic performances this winter

ANNOUNCEMENT: There will be special, unplugged performances taking place in Melbourne this winter at the National Gallery of Melbourne curated by Jae Laffer and MT WARNING is honoured to play there on July 20th -#ngvunplugged 

Free entry, places are limited, no bookings
Venue The Ian Potter Centre: NGV Australia, Level 2

Unplugged Live: Portrait of an Artist

Sun 6 Jul – Sun 7 Sep, 2-3pm

Unplugged Live is a winter music series curated by Jae Laffer showcasing ten of Australia’s best loved songwriters over ten weeks.  Set amongst classic Australian works in the NGV’s Ian Potter Centre, each Sunday afternoon the public have the chance to hear about the background of a great Australian work of art. This will be followed by a performance from a great Australian musician who will play a handful of songs and also discuss some of the themes and inspirations for their songs. Discussion will focus on comparisons to each week’s selected visual work of art, and show the similarities between the two art forms.

Sun 6 Jul Bob Evans
Sun 13 Jul New Gods
Sun 20 Jul MT WARNING
Sun 27 Jul Melody Pool
Sun 3 Aug Adalita
Sun 10 Aug Georgia Fair
Sun 17 Aug Glenn Richards
Sun 24 Aug Jae Laffer
Sun 31 Aug Paul Dempsey
Sun 7 Sep Missy Higgins

++ MT

NEW VIDEOS ++ CONVERSATIONS #2
6th June 2014

Our second newsletter went out this morning and we wanted to share it with you.  It features four new videos that go beyond the songs of Midnight Set and hope to give you an insight into the record-making process.  We won’t always share our newsletters to the website so be sure to sign up for exclusive pre-sales and tour updates!  ++ MT


 

++ First look at videos from MIDNIGHT SET ++

CONVERSATIONS ++ #002

Heya,
It’s been two months since we revealed Midnight Set in its entirety, which felt like a long time coming in my mind, but it’s been a whirlwind year leading up to getting the album out. Along the way we managed to spend a lot of time in front of and around cameras. I guess that happens when your conspirator is a film maker. Between the songs we snuck out and video clips we made, there were other things we created and are now ready to share. Snippets from our #videograffiti concept (that will ride again next record!); outtakes of me and Taylor attempting to explain our erratic creative pattern; and behind the scenes of music videos whilst onset.
I’ve been buried in a world of new melodies since the last tour, writing, recording, experimenting. I watched through a few of the clips just now and it transported me straight back to the headspaces we were in while making the last record – and showed me how far I’ve come since beginning that journey. It’s an adventure, I’ll say that much!

Enjoy, thanks for supporting, I’ll buy each and every one of you a beer when I’m looking at you (come and say hullo!)

– Mikey

++  MIDNIGHT DAWN BTS  ++Midnight Dawn behind the scenes with Johnny Abegg and Mikey Bee from new videos by MT WARNINGRight after we shot the music video for “Midnight Dawn”, director Johnny Abegg threw me on a train track to get the behind the scenes scoop on what inspired the video and the song in the first place. After a hectic year it’s nice to reflect and see where heads were at right after the moment of creation, which can often get lost in tour mode (amongst other things!). 
++ NOTES ON YOUTH BIRD ++Notes on "Youth Bird" is a new video showing Mikey Bee and Taylor Steele's creative process for making the film clipTaylor and I had a very detailed explanation for every song, speaking together we understood, but we often had trouble articulating these creative thoughts outwardly to others. In this vid we attempted to retell the making of the whole album, ‘Midnight Set’. Our editor on hand, young Peter Rogers, didn’t know where to begin cutting up our babble, so it was nice that we got some form of sense to tell how the two of us worked when making ‘Youth Bird’. 
++  YOUTH BIRD LIVE  ++This was taken at the last show of our first Oz tour, we’d landed back in our hometown Byron Bay and were playing The Great Northern. It was good vibes all round, so many people had helped out on this project that were there! Peter Rogers and Jordan Power were swinging from the rafters rigging the projector, Ryan Heywood had come and built the amazing screen behind us, everyone was keeping the bar from going broke. It was in this song that I decided to do my usual jump around and meet some people out front as the loop continued onstage to be affronted and slapped by security mid dance floor burning. It almost turned to madness in the pit as you could imagine at a hometown show in the country, but I managed to get back to stage and keep it calm – me and big Ray (security) are now good mates – it was a great homecoming before we took off 2 days for London and Hamburg.  
++  VIDEO GRAFFITI  ++Video Graffiti is something very exciting in the MT camp. This is where we want to take our show to the streets, we were jamming with AVDJ CHNNLS to find out how to trigger video and sounds of me narcissistically jamming with 10 foot versions of myself. The origins came from seeing what CHNNLS could do with his video sounds and from me not wanting to ever have just simple playback where another sounds comes in to fill up a bands sounds onstage (like a keyboard line that is not actually being played etc). The idea took on a life of it’s own as I realised we could film every instrument from the album being played by me, trigger the sound and video of me doing that and build a virtual band that I could run around out front of interacting with myself. To test the theory we hit up the streets of Melbourne, Brisbane, London, Hamburg and our very own lighthouse here in Byron Bay.  

Copyright ©2014 ++ MT WARNING PTY LTD ++ All rights reserved.

 

TOUR DIARY FOR THE MUSIC ++ ROADBLOG #10
19th May 2014

MT Warning Tour diary for The Music

Check out Mikey Bee’s tour diary written for The Music from their recent dates with Gang of Youths in Brisbane, Sydney and Melbourne… And stay tuned for more tour updates coming soon  ++ MT

We had an hour to get ready and get on the road for the first show in Brisbane; so Vinnie Laduce and I grabbed our boards and went for a surf. We thought that would help the packing process for the tour we were about to embark on with Gang Of Youths and that our leads, guitars and drums would miraculously pack themselves by the time we returned… Continued here…

ROADBLOG #9 ++ THE PALACE
14th May 2014

MT WARNING supported Edward Sharpe and the Magnetic Zeros at The Palace Theatre Melbourne, Australia

The flight into Melbourne always excites me as we fly over the farms I grew up on right about as the plane begins its decent. Sadly as close as I’ve come to there in years, I gotta get back up to the Murray Valley soon. We scored a ride into Fitzroy, found a quick pint then borrowed a friend’s car to collect tonight’s arsenal of drums and amps for the night’s performance at The Palace in the city.

That venue, wow! It has been a mecca for awesomeness, debauchery, theatre and life-changing performances. It will definitely go down as all of that for me after this show. We sound-checked and headed out into Chinatown for some pre-show energy. It was the return walk with more friends and tequila than we should have had that started the good times rolling, and we essentially spilled onto The Palace stage in front of 1,800 people ready and waiting.

It was intimate, intimidating and exciting to have three tiers of music lovers looking at us, we churned through a set inspired by ESMZ in that I didn’t know what we’d play next, just feeling it out as we went along, which turned out perfect. I remember this set, and always will, the crowd was very generous to us warming the room and the lights guy must have been drinking with us before because he put on one killer light show entertaining us as much as the crowd, and causing us to step up our own theatrics.

Edward Sharpe and the Magnetic Zeros at the Palace Theatre Melbourne, Australia

Again the snake-charming-church-choir-gospel-gone-right entourage took the stage and changed people’s lives. How they play harmoniously with all those people is impressive and inspiring.

till next time, Mikey.

TOUR DATES WITH GANG OF YOUTHS

15 May - Brisbane Alhambra Lounge http://www.moshtix.com.au/v2/event/gang-of-youths/71268
16 May - Sydney Newtown Social Club https://newtownsc.ticketscout.com.au/gigs/2435/GangOfYouths
17 May - Melbourne Shebeen BAND ROOM https://shebeenbandroom.ticketscout.com.au/gigs/2436/GangOfYouths