21 Jul 2017
Next Saturday Goat will be playing their biggest ever headline show at Brixton Academy.
The stage times have been revealed and they are as follows:
7:45pm Jane Weaver
9:00pm The Moonlandingz
Also now confirmed, from doors and between acts are Liverpool International Festival Of Psychedelia and Bad Vibrations DJs!
Tickets can be bought from here: See
Only three weeks until the best weekend of the year is upon us and Supernormal have released the set time, so if you don't want to miss Container or Wolf Eyes or Coldnose or Bruxia Maria or etc etc, see here: Clash Finder
But most importantly KURO are headlining the Barn on Saturday night, and Rocket's Chris Reeder is joining forces with Cosmic Dead and playing records for three hours in the bar after Wolf Eyes.
Gonna be a bit messy we think?
Whiskey Thief asked GOAT to come up with an exclusive Spotify playlist to celebrate next weekends headline show at Brixton Academy
Find out more here: Whiskey Thief
And listen to the playlist here: Spotify
Tickets for next weeks show are still available from here: TicketMaster
19 Jul 2017
This year's Milhões de Festa boasts an ever-excellent line-up, with a number of acts across various different genres and disciplines set to come together under the Portuguese sun.
Among those set to play this year are Hieroglyphic Being, Sly & The Family Drone, Graveyard, The Gaslamp Killer, Mehmet Aslan and a whole host more, with many of those playing as part of pool parties making full use of the festival's sunny setting.
One of the year's undoubted highlights at the festival though is the first-time live collaboration of faUSt and GNOD, which will be presented at the festival as a one-off exclusive this weekend. Ahead of that, we caught up with Jean-Hervé Péron of faUSt and GNOD's Paddy Shine below to talk about what the show will involve and their experiences of each other's music…
Read the rest here: The Quietus