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It is true but supposed to be a secret until Tryptych announce. Ah well.. completing the bill will be Kling Klang and Paper Cut Out. Wet yourself some more!

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It is true but supposed to be a secret until Tryptych announce. Ah well.. completing the bill will be Kling Klang and Paper Cut Out. Wet yourself some more!

:D

Kling klang?????? ACE! i thought it was goign to be 65, PCO and Dananananakroyd (although i did hear giles has left them)

ill def be in the house that night

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:D

and Dananananakroyd (although i did hear giles has left them)

I think that is true, but they couldn't do it because one of them was on holiday. Silly boys.

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WOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO!!!!!

When do tickets for triptych go on sale, and are they available from places in aberdeen or just on-line?

I would say all will be revealed at the triptych launch on the 28th.

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Ohhh... Kling Klang!!

Wansa that bothered with 65 Days... but the supports sealed my presence. Looking forward to seeing Payyyper Cuuuut Oooout again too.

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full official announcement & Triptych details coming soon

:woohoo:

wooops this never got posted here before........buuuump

Interesting Music are quite delighted to present their 2007 Triptych

Festival show:-

Saturday 28th April 2007

The Tunnels

Carnegies Brae Aberdeen

Doors 7.30pm (1st on 8pm)

Ticket are available now from One UP Records Belmont Street Aberdeen or

online at http://www.triptychfestival.com or phone the ticket line 0870

220 1116

All formats 9 + Booking Fee

OR

if available, Cash on the door on the night 10

featuring

65daysofstatic (Monotreme Records)

Kling Klang (Rock Action Records)

Paper Cut Out (Jealous)

65daysofstatic (Monotreme Records)

Rock plus dance plus electronica equals 65daysofstatic a precocious

math-rock computation whose neo-industrial, sci-fi drumnglitch is a

masterly, fervid dish best served live: theyre visually stupefying, aurally

extortionate, anatomically chaotic. They are bloody magnificent. Presently

holed up somewhere in Scotland recording their much-anticipated third

exposition the follow-up to their vigorous Monotreme debut, The Fall of

Math (2004), and its muscular epilogue, One Time For All Time (2006)

65daysofstatic are a self-professed four-way integration comprising The

Beggar, The Viking, The Boy and The Fro. They perpetually confound and

arride with a strapping, startling algebraic equation of leaden,

progressive, gritty axe-mastery; oblique drums and samples; almighty

dexterity. The 65 kids return to the scene of their best ever Aberdeen show

in The Tunnels, with the promotors who gave them their 1st two dates ever in

Scotland. With a grand visual show which is going to compliment their new

set, this just could be their finest Aberdeen moment.

http://www.myspace.com/sixtyfivedaysofstatic

http://www.65daysofstatic.com/

Kling Klang (Rock Action)

Liverpool's inter-kosmos kraut-punk voyagers Kling Klang are an off-kilter

electronic five piece whose brawny drumming fortifies their brawling

four-way synthesiser love. Signed to Mogwai's stalwart Rock Action imprint,

Kling Klang emerged from a three-year hiatus in 2006, and swiftly dispatched

The Esthetik of Destruction a diverting, extrovert rock exposition whose

heavy electronica and sci-fi psych-rock further heralded a muscular return

to form onstage

http://www.myspace.com/superposition

Paper Cut Out (Jealous Records)

Paper Cut Out are from Newcastle Upon Tyne, they often often lazily

categorised as post-rock, their music has been more accurately described as

'tightly controlled chaos', and 'near unintelligible yet strangely

captivating'. In an age of tamed 'disco' punk and rock music Paper Cut Out

share the uncompromising ambition of Beefheart, Monk, Ayler and The Jesus

Lizard. They offer an unapologetic commitment to complexity, creating

individualist, often brutally polymetric arrangements and vocal passages

whilst retaining the urgency and immediacy of hard rock. A compelling live

band, their performances 'disconcerting and confrontational'.

'Never mind stage presence, this band have venue presence'.

http://www.jealousrecords.com/

http://www.myspace.com/interestingmusic

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I have my ticket. Trying to get into 65 days of static, but its proving quite hard o_O I'm definitely there for Kling Klang.

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"accurately described as 'tightly controlled chaos', and 'near unintelligible yet strangely

captivating'. In an age of tamed 'disco' punk and rock music Paper Cut Out

share the uncompromising ambition of Beefheart, Monk, Ayler and The Jesus

Lizard. They offer an unapologetic commitment to complexity, creating

individualist, often brutally polymetric arrangements and vocal passages

whilst retaining the urgency and immediacy of hard rock. A compelling live

band, their performances 'disconcerting and confrontational'.

'Never mind stage presence, this band have venue presence'."

couldnt have said it better myself

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by other day, i actually mean....toady. this morning in the door of the flower shop on George Street.

the system works.

Damn, that's probably not even one of ours! Doesn't matter really though.

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Organ Online Zine gives its verdict.............. a very good un

This week weve only been listening to one thing, no real time to listen to demos properly or all those albums there waiting for our attention, this week we only have ears for the 65, normal service return next week (thats if we have such a thing as normal service).

ALBUM OF THE WEEK

65DAYSOFSTATIC The Destruction Of Small Ideas (Monotreme) Primer is the track that really takes our ears, Primer is ten tracks in to this much anticipated third album, Primer is the first track that really does grab us and takes us to new highs that we now rightly demand from 65Daysofstatic. Primer is the finest moment of their musical adventure thus far (I almost said career then, this is not a career, how crass of me, there are many career bands out there. 65 are not one of them). You see before Primer we were wondering if 65Days had painted themselves in to a little bit of a corner, things were sounding just a little familiar and very much like... well like 65Daysofstatic, almost comfortably so. And then White Peak/Dark Peak followed Primer with delicate spellbinding glory and a glowing classical warmth that leads us in to the clever challenge of The Conspiracy of Seeds. Were those vocals and violins just then? Real prog, real progression and what a fine way to close an album. And then you go back and wonder how earth Primer was the one to grab, it could have been any one of the first nine tracks, it was really the first notes of When We Were Younger. Sure, the 65days trademarks and fingerprints are all there, how could they not be this is a sound and a standard for others to aspire to now - but hey no. It may have looked like a corner that they had painted themselves in to but hey no no, look, look in to that corner and there whole new rooms that you didnt see first time, must have been a trick of the light. Opening track When We Were Younger is wonderful and the small ideas are really very big ideas and the only destruction was the destruction of the safe instant option that they could so easily have gone for. Sure now and again they hit some kind of 65Days auto pilot and just as you thinking ah they go and jerk and glitch you right out of it no, not jerk, they never jerk, they ease you out of it with a gentle kick, a glitch and a friendly bite and never in need of a scream well maybe a silent one, a quiet scream back there in the detail next to the birdsong and the electric crackle and the arc of percussion and the fragile piano and... I almost said sinister, but no, that would be wrong curious.* Curious like opening dusty boxes in an attic thats leaking golden sun through the cracks and finding all kinds of forgotten treasure. I was wrong, Primer isnt the stand out track, theres just this moment somewhere in the middle of it thats perfect - that moment just opens the door to such a euphoric rush and the silence at the end of it is for split second like the end of everything - you think there will be no more sound ever again until that reassuring piano note of White Peak and the unbelievable beauty of it all that note took an eternity to arrive when really it was a second. You know for a while back there I had almost tricked myself in to thinking I was growing a little bored with 65Daysofstatic, I foolishly thought that this would just be another album, these things you cant unlearn. No, I was wrong, the finest moment is really Lyonesse, oh look, all you need to know is that 65Daysofstatic have made another very very fine album, every bit as fine and rewarding and stimulating as the first two they never stop grabbing you, sometimes gently, sometimes demanding, every listen brings out another set of details and warm textures and oh look I'm losing all objectivity now and I dont want to write anymore about it, I just want to listen to it... www.65daysofstatic.com*

more to come nearer release time & their return to The Tunnels next Saturday

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