25 Jul 2017

Liverpool Psych Fest announce day splits

Liverpool have revealed their day splits for this weekends festival.

Gnod and Julie's Haircut are playing Friday.
And Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs are playing Saturday.

Info and tickets can be bought from here: Liverpool

Gonna be a blinder weekend as always!


Housewives reveal new video for track 'Excerpt 2'

London four piece Housewives have revealed a video for the track 'Excerpt 2' taken from their forthcoming album 'FF061116' – their first for Rocket. The Ltd LP will be released on 18 August.

Watch the video above

And read what The Quietus say about it here: The Quietus

‘FF061116’ is split into seven excerpts and built on powerful repetition, it’s a mind-melding travail into abstraction and abjection which draws on post-punk, jazz, drone, electronic and avant-garde tropes to create an unclassifiable assault that feels oddly timeless - innovative, invigorating and bare-boned yet tapping into a uniquely English lineage that extends back to the 1970s and forward, into the unknown. 

You can preorder the album on special blue vinyl – ltd to 200 copies here: Rocket Bandcamp

The band are also playing some shows:

18 Aug UK Bristol Surrey Vaults 
19 Aug UK London Café Oto 
24 Aug UK Leeds Wharf Chambers
26 Aug UK Manchester Soup Kitchen 
27 Aug UK Sheffield Audacious Art Experiment 
02 Sep FR Aiguelèze Baignade Interdite


24 Jul 2017

The Guardian reviews Milhões de Festa – feat Gnod/Faust, Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs and Big Naturals from 2016

It says:

There has been a noticeable revitalisation of the club scene in Portugal, not to mention parallel upshifts in the country’s rock and pop over the last few years. Several waves of African influence have helped cement Angolan kuduro as a dynamic creative force, in both the mainstream via popular acts such as (the now dormant) Buraka Som Sistema a decade ago to the more recent and relatively underground batida scene, centred round the incredibly vital Príncipe Discos label – a focal point for the kuduro/kizomba/tarraxinha/grime/house/techno hybrid sound which was incubated in Lisbon’s poorer districts before emanating outwards toward the rest of the country.

There are numerous reasons for all of this, according to Portuguese music promoter Joaquim Durães, such as a reawakened sense of national cultural pride – but he adds that the country’s liberalisation of drug laws in 2001 has played its role as well. Now less likely to find themselves in “sketchy” and “stressful” situations, musicians (well, the ones who seek chemical and herbal solutions to.. 

Read the full review here: The Guardian


Roundhouse says HOUSEWIVES are one of the top 5 bands to check out

They say:

My favourite London band right now. Where the previous bands in this list have some kind of semblance of structure and form, Housewives are built on absolutely not having any. Repetitious, taut, spiky guitar loops play over corrugated iron drums, drilling and drilling further into your ears. Gang Of Four and Wire started this but Housewives will finish it. Think of it as the antidote to Ed Sheeran headlining Glastonbury. And go and see them live. New album out on Rocket later this year.

Read the full piece here: Housewives

Preorder Housewives new album FF061116 here: Bandcamp


Goat hijack The Quietus's Instagram

Goat have been approached by The Quietus to take over their instagram account while they are in the UK for their Brixton Academy show and performance at Womad.

The takeover should start on Thursday and go on until the band arrive home on Sunday.

See what The Quietus say about it here: The Quietus

Follow them here: @thequietus and #GoatWeaverLandingz

Tickets for Goat's Brixton Academy show can be bought here: See


New special vinyl version of Goat's World Music up for presale

We have a new version of World Music currently in production. It is a blue/purple 'colour-in- colour' vinyl and is ltd to 800 copies world wide.

You can preorder it from us here: Bandcamp

See the band this weekend at Womad and a massive show at Brixton Academy, tickets here: See


21 Jul 2017

Stage times for Goat's Brixton Academy show

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:

6:00pm Doors 
7:45pm Jane Weaver 
9:00pm The Moonlandingz 
10:30pm Goat 
00:00 End 

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