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The new release from the Wreckage Systems project

‘Mimik’ is the fourth release from 65daysofstatic’s Wreckage Systems project.

This EP is an ode to the spaces, both physical and liminal, mostly denied to us during these pandemic years. Let the repetitive beats move you and climb into whatever era of nostalgia they trigger in your head.

'Mimik (Brln)' is bruising techno from the Steel City, chopped into utilitarian rhythms from the untethered, wild source material that is 'Mimik (Original)'. The noise of an absent summer.

‘So Long, Linearity!’ is the sound of whatever romance can be found in the collapse of chronology. And marimbas. It was actually written during the making of Wild Light back in 2013, destined to sit on a hard drive until the right context came along.

'Circuit G' is a vaguely tamed recording of a rowdy Wreckage System output, while 'Synth Ascend' is one of those old fashioned 65daysofstatic songs, with melodies and guitars and everything.

This EP is also included in the Wreckage Systems subscription. Visit www.wreckage.systems for more information.


See you on the other side, friends...
We are sad to say that our October shows have once again been postponed because of coronavirus.

New dates already announced for May 2022.
We will get there eventually!
Original tickets remain valid for these new days.

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autonomous noise album 

On the 26th May 2021, the Wreckage Systems live stream briefly achieved sentience. Bypassing any 65LABScertified algorithms or frameworks, the system stacked layer upon layer of noise on to and into itself.

The result is this determined, relentless 56 minute slab of algo-hyper-noise. It is the sound of granite inexplicably blooming like flowers after a heavy rain. It is the sound of 2001: A Space Odyssey if the apes and the monolith swapped roles. It is the sound of a calculator laughing in the face of anybody who still really believes that technology is the thing that will save us. It is sonified entropy.

You'll either love it or hate it, so play it loud in case you only ever play it once.

Watch here: https://youtu.be/SZi4eibs-Tg
Wreckage Systems supporters also have access to an audio download.