The thrilling, high-concept post-rockers play a special gig at the Science Museum
Sample-heavy soundscapes are this excellent London duo's stock-in-trade. Using live guitar, drums and synths – and sometimes piano, brass or even banjo – they create eerie, white-knuckle instrumentals with vocal tracks from old radio broadcasts, public information films and crackly archive speeches. Their live show uses projections of archive footage to take their musical histories into new, audiovisual dimensions. This gig follows the release of their album 'The Race for Space', which tells the story of the battle between the US and the USSR to take mankind beyond the surface of the Earth.