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Gnod Announce Residency In Salford
Laurie Tuffrey , June 19th, 2013 09:46

Noisemongers hold court at Islington Mill next month

From July 1-16, Salford's finest sonic manglers, Gnod, will be taking up a residency at the city's Islington Mill, their work space since 2006.

First up is Hamburg artist and musician Ken Wiatrek from July 1-9, followed by Sanna Charles, S&M and Horse Latitudes alongside an installation by sound artist Mark Wagner on July 8-9, followed by a supper club with Jentle Ben and Olmos - "come see her perform and taste how the gnetwork eat", say they - on July 12. After an open session where people can watch the band rehearse on July 14, the following day promises to be an audio-visual treat, with Callum Higgins creating "a fully immersive, light reactive environment, [where] the very presence and behaviour of the audience in the room will manipulate and shape the unique experience they have". July 16 rounds proceedings up with a Boiler Room performance streamed from the Mill, with support from Yes Blythe and Kogumaza.

For full tickets and details, head to Islington Mill's site; in the meantime, have a watch of the video for Chaudelande's 'Visions Of Load' below: