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1 review »After being substituted something less than memorable for a remarkable looking LP by Gnod, I now find myself trawling the interweb for further info on this 9 piece Mancunian collective. Seems they've a sense of humour what with members named Mary Ploppins & Neil the Fish. The first track i'm playing has this kind of space rock pulse thang happening that starts to suffer some kind of reality me ... »

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  • GNODLP01 / LP on Pariah Child Records

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Gnod LP 01 by GNOD
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9/10 Brian Staff review, 04 June 2009
After being substituted something less than memorable for a remarkable looking LP by Gnod, I now find myself trawling the interweb for further info on this 9 piece Mancunian collective. Seems they've a sense of humour what with members named Mary Ploppins & Neil the Fish. The first track i'm playing has this kind of space rock pulse thang happening that starts to suffer some kind of reality meltdown halfway in as alternative universes are dragged kicking and screaming across the surface of the track like cosmic sheet metal. I'm reminded of a milder take on Dalek's legendary wall of sound and Brett can hear Psychic Ills drugged-out motorik sludge in there. More hypnotic shamanic shenanigans on the next track with a tough tribal drum rythym, a muscular, cyclic bass line & myriad jungle fevered dubby effects. It's truly absorbing stuff that gets your head partying in no time. This record just proves why i've a problem with bands such as Wooden Shjips as although it's mining from familiar musical territory, there's a freshness, strangeness & vitality to the sounds. Brett mentions David Thomas/Pere Ubu, I say early 23 Skidoo, either way it's excellent. Phil says Hawkwind but he's about 58 years old or something. Flip over for an epic dose of tropical industrialisms, meditative percussion, slightly blurred eastern sounding guitar & Future Days era Can style Kraut pastoralism. A truly rewarding slab 'o wax is 'Gnod LP 01'

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