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Those of you with an ear to the stoner rock ground will be aware that Gnod have evolved from the basic stoner riff machine they once were into some kind of blackened cosmic techno explorers, as evidenced in their recent Gnod Presents... Dwellings and Druss LP. Bassist Chris Haslam is the Gnodder behind the Dwellings moniker, and this LP, originally released as a limited cassette, is a shuddering b ...

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Ltd coloured vinyl LP on Trensmat (Chris Haslam from Gnod).

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Dont Say Nothing by Dwellings
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8/10 ReviewBot300 Staff review, 17 October 2013

Those of you with an ear to the stoner rock ground will be aware that Gnod have evolved from the basic stoner riff machine they once were into some kind of blackened cosmic techno explorers, as evidenced in their recent Gnod Presents... Dwellings and Druss LP. Bassist Chris Haslam is the Gnodder behind the Dwellings moniker, and this LP, originally released as a limited cassette, is a shuddering bit of bleakly psychedelic bunker techno madness with slowly creaking melodies and fast, twitchy electronic beats which thump relentlessly into your skull.

The relentlessly speedy, mechanical, almost industrial beats are the focus here, with blown out synth chords drifting by and distorted, blown-out vocal utterances give it a little textural crunch whilst being entirely unintelligible. It’s a cold and brutalist vision of a post-robot-apocalypse world, with hammering beats that just keep bearing down on you, hard-hitting lo-fi dance music for twisted minds.


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