Node are a synth supergroup who create a noise like no other. While the roaming soundscapes and robotic inflections are enough to mesmerise anyone, their visual aesthetic is equally important. There's more voltage running through the equipment on stage than your average sixties supercomputer, meaning their aural output is broad to say the least. Plus it's all worth about £500K. Check it:
Anyways, their set to play a special gig at the Royal College of Music, that will bring together more synths than any other event. All of the analogue synths will be played live, with no help from computers or pre-sets. Those lucky enough to attend will witness the masterwork of record producer Flood, producer and musician Ed Buller, film composer Mel Wesson and Professor Dave Bessell - otherwise known as the Synth Oracle.
Not only that, you'll witness a little bit of history too.
The event takes place on 27 February at the RCM. Buy your tickets here.
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