replicr, 2019

The new record from 65daysofstatic. Out Now.


  1. pretext
  2. stillstellung
  3. d|| tl | | |
  4. bad age
  5. 05|| | 1|
  6. sister
  7. gr[]v-_s
  8. popular beats
  9. five waves
  10. interference_1
  11. []lid
  12. z03
  13. u| || | th | r| d
  14. trackerplatz

Streaming now in all the usual places including Apple Music and Spotify. Buy it now here.


U/U 4.10 now available to subscribers

Some taut angles of electricity to see you through the second month of this endless, desperate acceleration known as 2020.  The tenth release in our A Year of Wreckage project.

If you’re not a subscriber but want to follow what’s happening here, then all previous releases are available to buy/stream over on our bandcamp, now including last month’s Tempo Heavy.



Russian shows in April.

We’re headed back to Russia for the first time in a few years.

Some of our biggest headline shows to date in cities old and new to us. Dates:

14.04 : Minsk, Belarus | Re:Public | Tickets
15.04 : St. Petersburg, Russia | Cosmonavt | Tickets
16.04 : Moscow, Russia | Glavclub Green Concert | Tickets
17.04 : Krasnodar, Russia | Krop Arena | Tickets
19.04 : Yekaterinburg, Russia | Dom Pechati | Tickets

Can’t wait. See you there?

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Live A/V Tokyo Feb 2020

Paul Wolinski & Simon Wright solo shows

65 Industries is scaling up. Our primary function for now & forever (or until we get bad) is maintaining 65daysofstatic as a scruffy but inexhaustible record-making and touring machine.

There are other concerns too though, like the soundtrack stuff, and the installations, and weird coding things, and occasional live streams, and being incredibly slack podcasters...Also, both Simon and Paul have at various times put out music and played shows by themselves.

So. JAPAN >>> In February, to celebrate the grand opening of new venue Flowers Loft, Tokyo, both Simon and Paul will be debuting new Live A/V shows.

Tickets ¥4000 // on sale 18th January.
Bands also playing: ANYO / WOZNIAK

You can get a sense of Simon's joyous (read: bleak) modular-based clanks from the recent 65days live streams

Paul's latest material is sound design weirdness & hefty chunks of kick drums and noise. Last seen playing live in Budapest where for some reason a short documentary was made about his show. You can see that here.