Listen to the Salford collective's forthcoming album Infinity Machines
|Gnod - Control Systems||0:17:24|
|Gnod - Collateral Damage||0:10:40|
|Gnod - Desire||0:06:50|
|Gnod - The Importance Of Downtime||0:17:45|
|Gnod - White Privileged Wank||0:18:50|
|Gnod - Spinal Fluid||0:15:05|
|Gnod - Breaking The Hex||0:05:12|
|Gnod - Infinity Machines||0:17:36|
|Gnod - Gnod Live at Gorilla (Bonus)||0:37:37|
Gnod operate in and around Salford’s Islington Mill, where various members live, rehearse and record. More than 30 musicians have passed through the collective since they started in 2007 and early jam sessions involved up to 16 people at a time.
The current incarnation includes longstanding members Chris Haslam and Paddy Shine with Marlene Ribeiro, Alex Macarte and Andy Blundell. Since starting out Gnod have put out around 25 releases on their own Tesla Tapes label, along with a string of CD-Rs, cassettes and LPs. Infinity Machines is their latest album, recorded at Islington Mill and released by Rocket Recordings on 20 April.