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Album Review

Instrumental alternative rock band 65daysofstatic mixes soft, piano-dominated passages with periods of powerful rock playing on the nine tracks making up One Time for All Time. The four musicians, identified in the CD booklet as Simon, Paul, Rob, and Joe, are freed from conventional song structures by the lack of lyrics and vocals, but they are also faced with creating rock structures that can dominate the foreground as a vocalist would. They succeed by varying the dynamics of their playing considerably, setting up musical patterns with spare, delicate playing, only to fill the sound picture with furious drumming and guitar power chords for a dense, aggressive feel that may die away yet again. It's music that is more about mood than meaning, suggesting the band may have a future in film scoring. For now, they sound like what Radiohead might if Thom Yorke never bothered to go near the microphone.

Customer Reviews

Destructive to say the least...

As far as modern post-rock goes, 65dos is one of the best. One Time All Time is just as fantastic as it's predecessor if not better.

Uniquely beautiful

Not often does a musical band come along whose music can be called truly ‘unique’ too many bands are characterized by the same exact formula of sound. Original sounds are hard to create thus generating a music culture that is more concerned with the lyrics and less about the musical talent and sounds of artists whose purpose is to create something that can be noticed as unique among the crowd of un-inventive money makers known as mainstream music. 65 Days of Static is a band who has successfully fused musical talent with driving passion to create something justly exceptional without the crutch of lyrics to set them apart. Not many people enjoy the idea of a purely musical band and would much rather have catchy lyrics stuck in their heads than listen to a sound that has the majesty of an orchestra and the drive of a modern rock band. I love this band so much that I actually did a speech on them for school. I'm very happy to see that itunes has finally started carying their music and hopefully they will get more notice and prestige for their amazing musical tallent.

Prodigious to say the least

The music 65 Days creates is so awe-inspiring it's unreal. Their incredible mix of ambience, euphoric guitars, and glitchy drums 'n' bass can stupefy most anyone. I'd be so bold as to say they're the Beethoven of the 21st century.


Formed: 2001 in Sheffield, Yorkshire, England

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '00s, '10s

65daysofstatic are an English instrumental post-rock outfit who are heavily influenced by electronic music styles such as drum'n'bass, techno, and glitch. Their guitar-led melodies and live drums are combined with sampled drums and atmospheric moments that are akin to contemporaries Mogwai, Godspeed You! Black Emperor, and Explosions in the Sky. They were originally formed in 2001 by Joe Shrewsbury, Paul Wolinski, and Iain Armstrong. That year Armstrong left the band and they recruited drummer Rob...
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