Friday, May 07, 2010

65daysofstatic: we were exploding anyway

It has been quite a while since I recommended/really enjoyed an instrumental album—I think Lawrence English’s A Colour For Autumn was probably the last instrumental album I really loved. Well, you guessed it, I am recommending one now: We Were Exploding Anyway, the forth and latest album by 65daysofstatic. You cannot listen to We Were Exploding Anyway under certain mood or at a certain time; for example, you don’t want to listen to it before going to bed as the album is insanely hyper, intense and explosive! Imagine the song "Born Slippy" by Underworld with killer guitar melodies or mid-90s Prodigy with even heavier crashing drum beats... and all that with similar intensity and playfulness of Atari Teenage Riot and Hadouken!. Tracks like "Dance Dance Dance", "Weak4", and "Tiger Girl" will definitely get you moving; We Were Exploding Anyway will surely give you an adrenaline rush, making it the perfect biking/running/workout album!

Make sure you visit 65daysofstatic's site here, you get download a handful of songs there for free!

visit 65daysofstatic's MySpace here
buy We Were Exploding Anyway here

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