03.09.18Moon Goose at the 17th Dream of Dr Sardonicus Festival 2019!
17.05.18New track: Garway Witches Trial sneak peek
17.05.18Upcoming gig at How the Light Gets In Festival, Hay-on-Wye
10.04.18Upcoming gig at Paradiddles Music Café in Worcester on 26th April 2018
A free entry show full of sweet psychadelia and in-your-face punk/grind! Perfect to go alongside freshly home made pizzas (for meat-eaters and vegans), a beer/tea/chocolate/whatever you fancy.. the wonderful Paradiddles Music Cafe Bar welcomes us all! Another free entry show [donations gratefully received] , there is really no reason to miss this!
Event page ---> https://www.facebook.com/events/1999708690289016/
Boycott The Baptist
All the way from Lincoln... relentless, hilarious stomping grindcore that will tear your face off but you'll still be smiling and craving for more.
Local(ish) heroes will be kicking off the second half of the night with their unique blend of math/punk/grindcore. They will confuse. They will scare, and they will delight.
Based in Hay-on-Wye, have been labelled as both 'epic' and 'unlistenable' - this band will take you on a journey. Deep space psychedelia with perhaps a hint of post-rock vibes!
Kidderminster psychedelic rockers return to Worcester with their home grown blend of alt-pop electro-infused space-rock!
01.03.18Live at the Globe EP review From The Margins!
The four sublime instrumentals found on Moon Goose's first EP, Space Probe Shut Down, set an improbable standard in their self demarcated genre of 'Avian Psychedelic Space Rock'. This live EP - recorded at The Globe in Hay on Wye last March - reprises two of the track's from their debut and adds two new ones to their as yet minimal but definitely heavy canon of work.
The rougher-edged version of Space Probe Shut Down highlight Second Life set out here is either the specific soundtrack for a speeding inter-stellar truck glancing an unexpected asteroid and disintegrating as it falls into a burning red blancmange sun, or just the music that through headphones would never fail to make the wait in a long queue for a kebab after closing time a trippy, cinematic experience. It fully qualifies as epic psychedelic space rock.
Read the rest on their website
16.02.18Live at the Globe EP
16.02.18Upcoming gig at The Globe on 17th March 2018
23.10.17Space Probe Shut Down Review from the Margins
I drove past my exit on a motorway listening to this, absorbed in its otherworldly rhythms and space. I am not sure this EP should be on even as background music in a neighbour's house when you are using a power tool; it has the full-on mesmeric quality of mid-period Pink Floyd instrumentals and the distracting drive of Hawkwind.Read more on their website: fromthemargins.co.uk