SOME STUFFS: 65daysofstatic to release 10th anniversary deluxe reissue of debut album

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It is hard to believe that The Fall Of Math has been out for 10 years, but 65daysofstatic know about it and they’re celebrating it with a new deluxe edition of that album. The 2CD pressing will feature the original album plus the Hole EP and a number of B-sides. 1000 records will be pressed up, all on 180gm black vinyl and will come with a download coupon for the Hole EP and Retreat! Retreat! B-sides and video, and a CD copy of the album in a printed card wallet. Hot stuff. You can pre-order the vinyl or CD pressings of the deluxe by clicking here.

The band have a number of European shows on the way, and with next week’s show in London already sold out, you may want to listen/watch for any concert giveaways if you want a chance to see them

March 27… London, UK (Koko) (sold out)
April 15… Paris, FR (La Maroquinerie)
April 16… Berlin, DE (C-Club)
April 17… Brussels, BE (Ancienne Belgique)
April 18… Utrecht, NL (Tivoli)

SOME STUFFS: 65Daysofstatic Paul Wolinski steps out for a moment on his own

LABYRINTHS from polinski on Vimeo.

You may be familiar with 65DaysOfStatic for their complex take on rock. Now one of its members is stepping out to explore the music in his mind.

Paul Wolkinski will be creating music on his own as Polinski, and his debut album is due out on October 31st in the UK, and November 7th in the U.S. The title? Labyrinths (Monotreme), and it sounds nothing like what you may expect from someone who is with 65Daysofstatic. Then again, the best comes from the unexpected, and you don’t have to believe me: listen for yourself. Latest tracks by Polinski

SOME STUFFS: 65daysofstatic to release live CD/DVD

65daysofstatic – Radio Protector (Promo Cut) from monotreme records on Vimeo.

65daysofstatic are about to release a live CD/DVD combo called Escape From New York (Monotreme), which documents their recent tour stops at Madison Square Garden and Radio City Music Hall. It was on a tour which had them opening up for The Cure. The concert footage was directed by Caspar Newbolt. The band feels they are at a crossroads, which is either hype for “oh oh, what now?” or “OH OH, WHAT NOW?” In truth, they are about to release their fourth album, and this recent tour brought their music to a bigger audience than ever, so now those fans who loved them or became new converts will be able to relive it again with Escape From New York.