If you liked a lot of things in 2010 then now could be a good time to revisit them as there are lots of 10th anniversary releases hitting the shelves. The latest is We Were Exploding Anyway by Sheffield math rockers 65daysofstatic which is now paired with their Heavy Sky EP and released on coloured vinyl. Always a great live band We were Exploding Anyway sees them experimenting with electronics and glitches on a euphoric rule breaking album. 

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Vinyl LP £18.27 MONO58VNL

180g vinyl reissue LP on Monotreme. Includes full album download + bonus download of the 'Heavy Sky' EP. Edition of 500 copies (300 cream vinyl with dark blue splatter and 200 on black vinyl randomly picked).

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We Were Exploding Anyway // Heavy Sky EP by 65daysofstatic
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9/10 Dave 22 April 2010

I liked this thing as soon as I heard it. I'm just a sucker for almost anything that reminds me of The Wraith. Or Miami Vice. In Sheffield. This sounds well futuristic. Each song is such an unrelenting assault on the senses, it nearly made me cream. Some of the tracks envelop you in rich synths, some parts pummel you with thrashy guitar and thudding percussion. They also know how to appeal to your sensitive side, with some moments that could've come straight from the mind (or synth) of Vangelis. There are some great moments on this record, from the emotive "Come to Me" to the harsh techno squelch of "Crash Tactics" through to the rousing uplifting climax of final track "Tiger Girl". It sometimes ventures into Vessels territory, which for me is a big no-no, but aside from that I reckon this album is fucking ace... I'm off now. I have to obey my directives! 1 - uphold the public trust, 2 - protect the innocent, 3 - uphold the law......



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