65daysofstatic release No Man’s Sky : Music For An Infinite Universe
Stream the full album here
• Released by Laced Records.
• 4 x heavyweight 180g vinyl.
• ‘Music for an Infinite Universe’ album across 2 x vinyl.
• ‘Music for an Infinite Universe: Soundscapes’ second album across 2 x vinyl.
• Thick, embossed boxset sleeve.
• Digital download of all audio.
Available direct from Laced Records from HERE.
Available direct from 65daysofstatic standalone or as part of ticket bundles, signed or unsigned, from HERE.
7/10/2016 Mon NETHERLANDS TILBURG O13
18/10/2016 Tue FRANCE DUNKERQUE Les 4 Ecluses
19/10/2016 Wed FRANCE PARIS Badaboum
20/10/2016 Thu FRANCE BESANCON La Rodia
21/10/2016 Fri SWITZERLAND GENEVA Usine (PTR)
22/10/2016 Sat SWITZERLAND ZURICH Bergmal Festival
24/10/2016 Mon SPAIN BARCELONA Razzmatazz 2
25/10/2016 Tue SPAIN MADRID But
26/10/2016 Wed PORTUGAL PORTO Hard Club
27/10/2016 Thu PORTUGAL LISBON Musicbox
28/10/2016 Fri SPAIN MALAGA La Trinchera
29/10/2016 Sat SPAIN ZARAGOZA Las Armas
01/11/2016 Tue FRANCE CANNES MJC Picaud
02/11/2016 Wed ITALY BOLOGNA Locomotiv
03/11/2016 Thu ITALY ROME Monk
04/11/2016 Fri ITALY MILAN Magnolia
05/11/2016 Sat ITALY PADOVA Mame
06/11/2016 Sun GERMANY MÜNCHEN Kranhalle
07/11/2016 Mon AUSTRIA VIENNA WUK
08/11/2016 Tue CZECH REPUBLIC PRAGUE MeetFactory
09/11/2016 Wed GERMANY BERLIN C-Theatre
10/11/2016 Thu GERMANY HAMBURG Uebel & Gefährlich
11/11/2016 Fri NETHERLANDS AMSTERDAM Q-Factory
12/11/2016 Sat NETHERLANDS MAASTRICHT Muziekgieterij
13/11/2016 Sun BELGIUM BRUSSELS Botanique
14/11/2016 Mon UK LONDON Islington Assembly Hall
15/11/2016 Tue UK BRISTOL Marble Factory
16/11/2016 Wed UK SHEFFIELD Plug
17/11/2016 Thu UK NEWCASTLE University
18/11/2016 Fri UK GLASGOW Art School
23/11/2016 Wed TAIWAN TAIPEI Legacy
26/11/2016 Sat HONG KONG HONG KONG Clockenflap Festival at Central Harbourfront
27/11/2016 Sun SINGAPORE SINGAPORE Neon Lights Festival at Fort Canning Park
29/11/2016 Tue JAPAN OSAKA Shangrila
30/11/2016 Wed JAPAN TOKYO Duo
Tickets and more information can be found here
65daysofstatic announce No Man’s Sky : Music For An Infinite Universe
If somehow, between the glacial rush of yesterday’s news, the creeping decay of the built environment, the lone slog to work on crammed mass transit, the dilatory hit of tabloid filth that crept in past the defences you erected round your best self, the screen’s mad diet, cogent analysis of the crimes of the wealthy, the blood on the hands of the kings, the inhumanity of collective consciousness, the brinkmanship of capitalism and the brink of survival versus funny animal .gifs, you wondered where 65dos had got to, then wonder no more!
If, above the white noise rainfall of the weeping of our souls, you had time to feel the bittersweet ache of that little 65daysofstatic shaped hole in your life, then trouble not, for here we are to solve none of that, but nevertheless here with you in this, the shortest and newest of epochs, these low, dishonest few decades between peak everything and the new nothing.
Brothers and sisters, let’s hold hands.
Here’s what we’ve been up to:
A couple of years ago we were approached by video-game makers Hello Games to provide some original music for a new game they were developing, then known as ‘project skyscraper’, now known as ‘No Man’s Sky’, a sort of hyper-real, solitary waltz through a parallel universe in search of oblivion or whatever else feels appropriate in the face of the indifference of eternity.
The game, close to completion and due for release this summer, is also procedural, meaning, for those of you who don’t ‘do’ games, that it generates itself algorithmically rather than manually and therefore is, to all intents and purposes, evil. In other words, it means that the parts of the game one journeys through are theoretically unique, built by the game itself, and you are experiencing them for the first time. And the idea was to create an audio engine that also generated unique instances of music, albeit from a central library of sounds. 65daysofstatic sounds.
Our sort of gig, right?
Plus we got to go to Las Vegas and stay in a hotel room with a massive bath. But that’s another story.
65daysofstatic had been angling for a soundtrack project of some description for a while, but this seemed a little too perfect: classic sci-fi aesthetics married with a scope both cinematic and simultaneously HD but lo-fi, with a nice loose analogy for human loneliness or human agency or human desire in whichever unevenly distributed version of the future you happen to live in.
Right now, two years later, 65daysofstatic are working really hard with Hello Games’ best scientists and magicians to finish feeding enough raw music into the gaping mouth of the insane A.I. composer-in-the-machine to satisfy the tabula rasa that will conduct this vast symphony of noise, in time for the game’s release in June of this year.
And the fruits of this labour, we’ve made into an album.
‘No Man’s Sky: Music for an Infinite Universe’
The next 65daysofstatic record, and the official soundtrack to the game. Just short of two hours of new music.
Recorded at Chapel Studios, Lincolnshire by Dave Sanderson and Adam Sennitt, produced by 65daysofstatic and Dave Sanderson, and mixed at Castle of Doom, Glasgow by Tony Doogan in early 2015, with additional recording / red-light mixing by 65daysofstatic. Mastered at Abbey Road by Frank Arkwright. No Man’s Sky: Music for an Infinite Universe will be released on June 17th by Laced Records.
Available for pre-order now, HERE
65daysofstatic : Supermoon
65daysofstatic announces soundtrack for ‘No Man’s Sky’
“We’re happy to bring news that we’ll be writing the soundtrack for the galaxy-spanning phenomenon ‘No Man’s Sky’, a procedural, open-universe space exploration video game.
We’re in Las Vegas right now and played a new song, ‘Supermoon’ live at the The Game Awards, alongside new visuals which were created by Mr. Div, inspired by No Man’s Sky. We imagine this will be viewable online before too long. We’ve also been working with sound designer Paul Weir to help create further procedural sound for the recesses of No Man’s Sky’s lonely galaxy.
Obviously we’re insanely excited, so excited, overly excited to be involved.”
Further information on No Man’s Sky is here