Source Code review by TimeMachine Productions

Source Code review by TimeMachine Productions

5 March 2019 -"if you’re into some weird sonic space-rock soundscapes then all you have to do is to follow Moon Goose on their Source Code lunar adventure! Genius!" Another nice review today, this time from TimeLord Michalis on TimemaZine! You can read the full review here.
Source Code Review on Astral Zone Blog

Source Code Review on Astral Zone Blog

4 March 2019 -"I have a feeling that Source Code will be one of my favourite albums released in 2019." A really nice review of Source Code from Finland on Astral Zone Blog, from Dj Astro. ☺️ And remember, what the LÄHDEKOODI says: "Ne tyhmät paskiaiset eivät tajua, että joskus vain [musiikki] tepsii"


Source Code

Our debut album Source Code will be released on 30th April 2019 on Limited Edition Double Vinyl (+ CD), transparent or clear. You can already pre-order it on bandcamp.

Live at the Globe

2018- Live at the Globe

Recorded live in our hometown of Hay-on-Wye, Wales, Live at the Globe delivers a live version of a selection of tracks from our first EP and first album. The subtle production of the studio is here replaced by the raw madness of the live show for a visual and audio experience out of the ordinary.

Space Probe Shut Down

2017- Space Probe Shut Down

Space Probe Shut Down is the perfect introduction to the weird universe of Moon Goose. 3 tracks for more than 20 minutes of strange Space Rock mixed with a hint of Psychedelia and a strange smell of Krautrock. The bird spread its wings in the barn and flapped loudly to generate those shockwaves.


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    4 May 2019 - 7:00 pm - 10:00 pm - Source Code Release Party

    St Mary's Church, Hay-on-Wye

    Come and party with us on Saturday 4th May to celebrate the release of our debut album Source Code.
    This is going to be a special gig in a special place with guests and surprises.

    Tickets £5
    (each ticket gives you £5 off when you buy an album at the gig)

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    Darsombra & Moon Goose at The Cube

    11 May 2019 - 7:30 pm - The Cube, Bristol

    We're super exicted to open for trans-apocalyptic galaxy rock Darsombra thanks to Wizzarding Promotions!

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    Secret Festival

    12 July 2019 - Secret location, Mid Wales

    We can't say much about this one because it's a private party that intends to stay private but the line-up is pretty exciting and we love […]

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    17th Dream of Dr Sardonicus Festival

    2 August 2019 - The Cellar Bar, Cardigan

    the Ken Pustelnik's Groundhogs will be headlining on the Saturday night!
    Add in The Bevis Frond, Sendelica, a rare UK appearance by […]

  • 26 Jan 2019Free For All: Lacertilia, Nomad, I Am Drug + More!

  • 15 Dec 2018Moon Goose + Kish Mauve at The Globe

  • 21 Oct 2018BBC Introducing in Ross-on-Wye

  • 11 Aug 2018Brecon Fringe Festival at the Muse

  • 11 Jul 2018Ecstatic Vision + Cybernetic Witch Cult & Moon Goose

  • 30 Jun 2018Moon Goose + Le Nasty & DJs

  • 25 May 2018How the Light Gets In

  • 26 Apr 2018Boycott The Baptist, A Werewolf, Moon Goose, Socio Suki

  • 17 Mar 2018Moon Goose at the Globe

  • 2 Jul 2017Mallyfest


Moon goose has crawled out of the primal swamp and taken a good look around. The resulting bird has flapped madly around a barn with a load of guitars strapped to one wing and a synthesizer on the other, while it flies repeatedly into some drums.

Made out of bits of comet and whalebone, the music that people are already calling ‘epic’ and ‘unlistenable’ throws a jagged beam of light in the growing darkness, to reveal some people using a barn as a giant amplifier.

Duchamp put a toilet in an art gallery. Moon goose put music in a bag and shook it around until it was in bits, poured the bits out, and set fire to them.

It’s the sound of a dragon colliding with an asteroid.

If you enjoy things like gneiss, rare cheese, and strange ideas followed through to an illogical conclusion, you’ll love Moon goose.

Photos below by Dean Forrest.


Don’t hesitate to contact us for more info via email or fill the form below. Moon Goose is based in Hay-on-Wye on the Welsh borders but we’ll travel around the world in the flying Moon Van to come and see you.

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