65daysofstatic

65 Days of Static
65daysofstatic (often abbreviated as 65dos, 65days, or simply 65) are an experimental rock band from Sheffield, England.wikipedia
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We Were Exploding Anyway

The band released a further four studio albums, One Time for All Time, The Destruction of Small Ideas, We Were Exploding Anyway and Wild Light, and a soundtrack, Silent Running.
We Were Exploding Anyway is the fourth studio album by 65daysofstatic.

Wild Light (album)

Wild Light
The band released a further four studio albums, One Time for All Time, The Destruction of Small Ideas, We Were Exploding Anyway and Wild Light, and a soundtrack, Silent Running.
Wild Light is the sixth studio album by 65daysofstatic, released on 16 September 2013 in the UK and Europe and on 29 October 2013 in the United States.

Silent Running (album)

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The band released a further four studio albums, One Time for All Time, The Destruction of Small Ideas, We Were Exploding Anyway and Wild Light, and a soundtrack, Silent Running.
Silent Running is the fifth studio album by 65daysofstatic.

The Fall of Math

The band's first album, The Fall of Math, was released in September 2004, to critical acclaim, described as "an album that can retain the dynamics, fraught tension and climactic explosiveness of its peers and influences, whilst still sounding like one of the most urgent and direct long-player releases of the year." Their second EP, Hole, was released in March 2005, with the title-track taken from The Fall of Math and the band toured again in April and June of that year, with new material played in the latter tour.
The Fall of Math is the debut album by the instrumental post-rock band 65daysofstatic, released on September 20, 2004 through Monotreme.

No Man's Sky

During the Game Awards 2014, it was announced that they would be providing the soundtrack for the video game No Man's Sky, followed by a live performance.
The game's audio, including ambient sounds and its underlying soundtrack, also uses procedural generation methods from base samples created by audio designer Paul Weir and the British musical group 65daysofstatic.

Post-rock

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The band’s music has been described as heavy, progressive, guitar-driven instrumental post-rock, interspersed with live drums and off-beat sampled drums akin to those of Aphex Twin, although they have continued to evolve their sound by incorporating electronic music, drum and bass and glitch music.
Explosions in the Sky, 65daysofstatic, This Will Destroy You, Do Make Say Think, and Mono are some of the more popular post-rock bands of the new millennium.

Stumble.Stop.Repeat

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By the time of the release of their first EP, Stumble.Stop.Repeat, in December 2003, Gareth Hughes had jointed on bass guitar, increasing the band to four members.
Stumble.Stop.Repeat is the debut extended play by the post-rock band 65daysofstatic, released on 1 December 2003 on Dustpunk Records.

One Time for All Time

The band released a further four studio albums, One Time for All Time, The Destruction of Small Ideas, We Were Exploding Anyway and Wild Light, and a soundtrack, Silent Running.
One Time for All Time is the second album by the instrumental post-rock band 65daysofstatic, released on October 24, 2005 on Monotreme.

The Destruction of Small Ideas

The band released a further four studio albums, One Time for All Time, The Destruction of Small Ideas, We Were Exploding Anyway and Wild Light, and a soundtrack, Silent Running.
The Destruction of Small Ideas is the third studio album by 65daysofstatic.

Retreat! Retreat!

To promote the album, the band released a single, "Retreat! Retreat!", in November 2004, and embarked on two tours, firstly around the time of release and then again in January and February 2005.
"Retreat! Retreat!" is the first single by the English instrumental post rock band 65daysofstatic, released on 29 November 2004 on Monotreme.

Youthmovies

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Members of other bands, particularly The Mirimar Disaster and Youthmovies, often join them in their live shows. The track appears on one 7" vinyl out of a set of two. In the same year, the band also remixed "...Spooks the Horse", a track by Youthmovie Soundtrack Strategies, for inclusion on the reissue of their first album, [[Hurrah! Another Year, Surely This One Will Be Better Than the Last; The Inexorable March of Progress Will Lead Us All to Happiness]].
The band toured extensively with Hope of the States, Pioneers Press author Adam Gnade, 65daysofstatic and ¡Forward, Russia!.

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Unreleased/Unreleasable Vol. 1Volume 1
One such mash-up, "White Noise Christmas" (for which a video later appeared on their DVD Volume 3: The Kids Have Eyes), featured on the first Boomselection compilation CD. Some of these were unofficially released on Unreleased/Unreleasable [[Volume 1: 65's.late.nite.double-a-side.college.cut-up.trailers.for.the.looped.future.|Volume 1]] and Volume 2 in 2003 and 2005 respectively.
65's.late.nite.double-a-side.college.cut-up.trailers.for.the.looped.future is the first Unreleased/Unreleasable album by the Sheffield, UK, instrumental math rock band 65daysofstatic.

Heavy Sky

It was announced in late 2010 that there would be another release from the band, entitled Heavy Sky EP. This release contains other recordings from the Exploding sessions which hadn't found a place on the album, as well as a cut down edit of "Tiger Girl".
Heavy Sky is the fourth studio EP by 65daysofstatic.

Volume 3: The Kids Have Eyes

Unreleased/Unreleasable Vol. 3
One such mash-up, "White Noise Christmas" (for which a video later appeared on their DVD Volume 3: The Kids Have Eyes), featured on the first Boomselection compilation CD. Some of these were unofficially released on Unreleased/Unreleasable [[Volume 1: 65's.late.nite.double-a-side.college.cut-up.trailers.for.the.looped.future.|Volume 1]] and Volume 2 in 2003 and 2005 respectively.
Volume 3: The Kids Have Eyes is an officially unreleased DVD by the Sheffield, UK, instrumental math rock band 65daysofstatic.

Hole (EP)

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Their second EP, Hole, was released in March 2005, with the title-track taken from The Fall of Math and the band toured again in April and June of that year, with new material played in the latter tour.
Hole is an EP by the Sheffield, UK, instrumental post-rock band 65daysofstatic, released on 14 March 2005 on Monotreme Records.

Hurrah! Another Year, Surely This One Will Be Better Than the Last; The Inexorable March of Progress Will Lead Us All to Happiness

The track appears on one 7" vinyl out of a set of two. In the same year, the band also remixed "...Spooks the Horse", a track by Youthmovie Soundtrack Strategies, for inclusion on the reissue of their first album, [[Hurrah! Another Year, Surely This One Will Be Better Than the Last; The Inexorable March of Progress Will Lead Us All to Happiness]].
6) "...Spooks the Horse" (65daysofstatic remix) – 4:15

Media Lounge

They have performed frequently with live visuals from Medlo, long-term collaborators with the band.
The collective works closely with post-rock band 65daysofstatic and has produced music videos, DVDs and promotional items for them.

Fear Before

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Having played their first American shows at SXSW in March 2007, they embarked on their first American tour supporting Fear Before the March of Flames in July and August 2007.
In July/August 2007 the band embarked on their first headlining tour with 65daysofstatic.

Volume 1: Then We Take Japan

* Volume 1: Then We Take Japan (CD + DVD, 2006)
Volume 1: Then We Take Japan is a collection of b-sides and rarities plus four videos by 65daysofstatic released in Japan on November 8th 2006.

Slaughterhouse-Five

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65daysofstatic's music was used to score the first radio adaptation of Kurt Vonnegut's novel Slaughterhouse-Five. The adaptation was broadcast on 20 September 2009 by BBC Radio 3 and 15 February 2010 on Radio 4.
In September 2009, BBC Radio 3 broadcast a feature length radio drama based on the book, which was dramatised by Dave Sheasby, featured Andrew Scott as Billy Pilgrim and was scored by the group 65daysofstatic.

Escape from New York (album)

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* Escape from New York (Double disc - Live and DVD) (2009)
Escape from New York is the first live album by the Sheffield, UK, instrumental post-rock band 65daysofstatic, released on 20 April 2009 by Monotreme Records.

Experimental rock

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65daysofstatic (often abbreviated as 65dos, 65days, or simply 65) are an experimental rock band from Sheffield, England.

Beat (music)

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The band’s music has been described as heavy, progressive, guitar-driven instrumental post-rock, interspersed with live drums and off-beat sampled drums akin to those of Aphex Twin, although they have continued to evolve their sound by incorporating electronic music, drum and bass and glitch music.

Sampling (music)

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The band’s music has been described as heavy, progressive, guitar-driven instrumental post-rock, interspersed with live drums and off-beat sampled drums akin to those of Aphex Twin, although they have continued to evolve their sound by incorporating electronic music, drum and bass and glitch music.

Aphex Twin

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The band’s music has been described as heavy, progressive, guitar-driven instrumental post-rock, interspersed with live drums and off-beat sampled drums akin to those of Aphex Twin, although they have continued to evolve their sound by incorporating electronic music, drum and bass and glitch music.