17 Jan 2011

Gnod play London on Saturday 29th January

We are very excited to announce that the mighty Gnod are going to be playing in London on Saturday January 29th.

For those of you who saw their mindblowingly amazing sets at Supersonic and Supernormal festival are well aware of what to expect, for those of you who have never witnessed the Gnod experience live you are in for a real treat...

Gnod *live*
Plus dJ’s (apparently) spinning acid-fried psych rock, mutant funk and wide-eyed space disco

Saturday 29th January

The Horatia
(98-102 Holloway Rd London N7 8JE / Highbury and Islington Tube)

8 –2am / Free Entry

From the promoter:
On Saturday 29th January BAD DIMENSION hosts a live performance by GNOD, a Mancunian psychedelia collective drawing on influences as disparate as Afro-beat, krautrock, drone, noise and jazz. GNOD’s music rotates & expands around a constantly changing line-up, summoning the freak ‘n’ roll of Ash Ra Tempel, the motorik beat of Neu! and the groove of early Can. Their recent release with White Hills, “Drop Out…II”, has been declared... the best album to come out of Manchester in 2010 (Drowned in Sound).

The Horatia is a beautiful big boozer on Holloway Road with a hefty club soundsystem, recently reopened by the team behind Shoreditch's Horse and Groom. On the last Saturday of every month, DJs collide kosmische disco, mutant funk, punk and psych to create analogue raves of supermassive proportions, powered by propulsive rhythms, motorik beats and tripped-out fuzz from the 60s to present.


‘In Gnod we trust’