Pleased to announce that we’re bringing Decomposition Theory, our algorithmically-driven live A/V noise installation/performance, to AMFest in Barcelona this October. GRAN RUIDO. Yes yes. Tickets on sale from today: https://entradium.com/entradas/amfest-2018
Ten years ago we toured with The Cure, opening up for them in arenas all over Europe and the U.S. It was great.
A little later Robert Smith was kind enough to lend us his vocals for Come to Me and also kind enough not to be bothered when we cut them into glitchy pieces and…
Code MUSIC20 will get you 20% of all music and the code OFFER40 will get you 40% off clothes in out online store. These discounts will work until 19th January. 65.
We are premiering a new work at Algomech Festival in Sheffield, November.
Decomposition Theory is a performance built from music that will be generated in realtime by various algorithms we have made to do our bidding, or code that we type live. This is all new material. In fact, it will always be new material. Each…
We’re playing the Boiler Shop in Newcastle, 5th December. Looks like a great new venue, very happy they’re having us.
Almost certainly the last U.K show of the year, this.
Tickets on sale now.
Headed back to Istanbul, that beautiful, city-sized metaphor for more or less everything.
We are play 12th December.
Tickets are available now HERE.
SEE YOU THERE? 65.x
There’s an overhauled 65daysofstatic online shop. It has recent shirts from the No Man’s Sky tour and some cheaper older ones. Plus some vinyl and other bits and pieces. Check it out here: https://store.65daysofstatic.com/
LIKE LONELY SOVIET TRAINS TRAVELLING THE COLD, SIBERIAN TUNDRA, THE 65DOS TOURING MACHINE IS MADE OF CREAKING METAL & STUBBORNNESS. AND SO:
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Hey. So. The wonderful Monotreme Records are putting out our 2006 album on vinyl. It’s the one with Radio Protector on it. We are really excited about this.
Back then, when we were full of ridiculously complicated ideas (we are still full of ridiculously complicated ideas), we convinced Monotreme Records to buy us loads of polaroid…
We are doing a talk called ‘In Space, No One Can Hear You Score’ at EGX in a few weeks, where we’ll discuss how we approached writing the No Man’s Sky soundtrack, which is also our latest record. We’re scheduled for Friday 23rd. EGX takes place in Birmingham, UK.
UPDATE: You can now watch this talk here.