1 Sep 2014

The Wire magazine’s exclusive Shit & Shine remix of Goat’s 'Hide From The Sun'

The Wire have published an exclusive Shit & Shine remix of Goat’s 'Hide From The Sun', check it out here

In the meantime check out the new Shit and Shine album 'Powder Horn’ more twisted dance music from our favourite Texan, listen: $&$


31 Aug 2014

Rocket Probes August Playlist

Emergent Void, from null to ∞ from Daniel Siqueira on Vimeo.

Shit and Shine – Powder Horn
(Twisted 'dance' music from our favourite texan)

Pohl – II
(Great Bristol band featuring Hugo from The Heads)

Electric Wurms – Musik, Die Schwer Zu Twerk
(Flaming Lips pull out some crazy krautfunk grooves on this side project)
Electric Wurms

Catherine Ribeiro + Alpes – Poème non épique

(Thanks to Paul from Anthroprophh for turning us onto this great droning fuzz psych jam)

Bernard Szajner – Visions of Dune

(French synth psych from 1978)
Bernard Szajner

Fontan – Neon Snakes

(Great contemporary kraut track from members of Uran, taken from the album Winterhwila)

Ifang Bondi – Saraba

(Nice fuzz afro grooves, another Prophh discovery)
Ifang Bondi

Bichkraft – жорж

(Nice and repetitive industrial psych from Ukraine)

David Bowie – All Saints

(Throbbing Gristle and Can sounding outtakes from Low & Heroes recordings)

Locrian – Dort Ist Der Weg
(Ethereal droney psych noise)

The Hedgehogs – The Heights
(Wah Wah driven psych from Denmark)

Fripp & Eno – An Index of Metals
(Doomy sinister track from 'Evening Star')
Fripp & Eno

Miles Davis – He Loved Him Madly 
(Miles in reflective mellow mode)
Miles Davis

New Kingdom – Suspended in Air
(Killer heavy Hip Hop track)
New Kingdom

Mark Fry – Mandolin Man
(Amazing psyched out acoustic track from 'Dreaming with Alice')
Mark Fry

Jüergen Paape – Ofterschwang
(Disney Oompah band goes kraut in the Swiss Alps…bit bonkers)
Juergen Paape


28 Aug 2014

First sighting of Goat's gold vinyl Commune LP

Hot off the press, here is a first look at the Gold vinyl version of Goat's new album Commune that is being released on September 22nd.

You can preorder this version as part of our ltd pre-order bundles that comes with exclusive posters and tshirts here: Ltd Goat bundles


Goat Commune – the reviews

Here is a constantly updated post of reviews of Goat's new album Commune that is out on September 22nd.

Don't forget you can buy one of the last few preorder bundles that includes ltd tshirts and posters exclusive with these bundles here: Pre-order bundles of Commune

The Quietus

The Needs

7 Bit Arcade

Outline online


26 Aug 2014

Teeth of the Sea play Raw Power festival this weekend

Teeth of the Sea are joining an incredible line up of bands at Baba Yaga Hut's RAW POWER Festival at the Dome / Boston Arms on the weekend.

Joining Teeth of the Sea will be Heldon legend Richard Pinhas, Thought Forms, Hey Colossus, Evil Blizzard, Gum Takes Tooth and MANY MORE..

Full details:

Baba Yaga's Hut Presents: 
Raw Power

The Dome (The Boston Arms)
Fri, 29/08/2014 19:00

On the 29 / 30 / 31 of August Baba Yaga's Hut is taking over The Dome & The Boston Arms in Tufnell Park for the second outing of RAW POWER.

Two stages, 3 days featuring some of the best psych heaviness, space rock, synth crazyness, left field electronica and much more.

Tickets can be bought here: Babayaga


Goat, Lay Llamas and Rocket pies in latest issue of Mucchio

The italian magazine Mucchio has a massive article on Rocket, Goat and Lay Llamas in their latest issue of their magazine.

It is probably our most in-depth interview. So if you can read Italian it will be well worth the read!!


24 Aug 2014

The Quietus reviews Goat's new album Commune

Here is a great review of Goat's new album Commune by Danny Riley for The Quietus. Album is released on 22 September.

"When approaching the follow-up to a record as unilaterally praised and, on a personal level, so intoxicatingly enjoyable as Goat's 2012 debut World Music, all kinds of anxieties are inevitably thrown up regarding the new work's comparative merit. Which is why for this writer, on hearing how the psych journeymen chose to open their latest record Commune – with the ominous clang of a temple bell (like a theological inversion of the opener on Black Sabbath's debut) – it felt oddly apt, fateful almost. It was as if they knew I was scared to listen to the record; they responded by scaring me further with ecclesiastical percussion instruments.

Goat should be given full credit for inspiring this sense of meaning and excitement; the album that follows is no stylistic leap forward for the band, yet it still exercises a deeply persuasive power over your head and hips. They largely stick to the heavy, kinetic, afro-influenced rock that proved such a winning formula, the only obvious developments being that the guitarists seem to be taking more cues from desert-rockers like Tamikrest and Tinariwen, and the songs show an increasing preference for subtlety over immediacy in the hooks department. Yet despite the apparent lack of new ideas here, the undeniable success of this work lies in Goat's deepening and development of the musical and spiritual themes presented on in World Music..."

Read the rest of this glowing review here: The Quietus