3 Feb 2013
Fractured Air interviews Goat
Blog Fractured Air have interviewed Goat and written some words about the album:
"The important thing is this: To be able, at any moment, to sacrifice what we are for what we could become.”
The spoken word piece found in ‘Golden Dawn’ begins the second half of Goat’s extraordinary debut album, ‘World Music’. The song erupts into a psych garage jam with raging guitars and glorious rhythms of timeless rock ‘n’ roll. Trance-like female vocals are heard on the verse that resonates powerfully – kindred to chants from an age-old tradition. Moments later, the song evolves into divine surf 60′s instrumental music that could be taken directly from Brian Wilson’s Pet Projects or classic Joe Meek. The guitar tones adds a spectrum of colour that serves as the perfect counterpoint to the psychedelic haze. Like any of the tracks on ‘World Music’, a seamless array of musical styles and genres are fused together, producing a wholly unique and fulfilling musical experience. Welcome to ‘World Music’ and Sweden’s Goat...."
Read the rest of this revealing feature here: Fractured Air