Experimental music group, 65daysofstatic will release a new EP from their A Year of Wreckage project on January 1, 2020. This is the new release in the May 2019 – April 2020 monthly music project, where the group will release new material every month. The content is described as featuring “Decomposition Theory sessions, algorithmic experiments, soundscapes, sad piano, noisy guitars, weird time signatures, math insanity beats. And more. New releases monthly, loosely themed, a way to articulate the breadth of the 65project in a digestible way.”
Retreated into music these last few days. Put the finishing touches to the next A Year Of Wreckage e.p. It is out on new year’s day.
Hope you all like sad pianos and tape hiss.
>>> https://t.co/S8aRW8e5RZ if you wanna join the party.
— 65daysofstatic (@65dos) December 18, 2019
The group has released installments earlier this year, including Miniatures, part three of the project Looped Future and replicr which was supported by songs such as “popular beats” and “Five Waves” before its release in September. The group announced their new material will be loosely themed around a particular sound palette, idea, experiment or algorithm. Each release will vary in length depending on the nature of the material, but never less than a full e.p’s worth of content.
The band shared, “Since our last record in 2016 we’ve stopped caring if we’re a band or not, even though if we aren’t a band, it would be almost impossible to articulate what we actually are. We’ve investigated algorithmic music, tried writing music while living in different countries, played some weird shows consisting only of new material and without all of us being there. Nothing has changed, everything has changed. We are just 65, as always. We have written a new album. It’s great, like sad rain in a nameless neon city, like operating systems becoming sentient in their death throes, like drinking jet lag or flowers pushing through concrete. That will happen in the autumn, and please do feel free to wait for that in a state of extreme anticipation.”
The subscription can be downloaded on the 65daysofstatic’s Bandcamp for a £30 subscription. The new library of 65music, consisting of monthly releases is curated from a recent and still growing archive of primordial 65sound palettes, a catalogue of (computer) error and guitar glitches, drone ambience and unexpected breakcore math insanity, bleak strategies and escape tunnels. The band says, “Becoming a supporter will get you hours of new, carefully crafted 65days music. It’s cheaper and better than Netflix and the more subscribers we manage to gather for this thing, the more we’ll be able to do with it.”