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We had a blast last night for our Release Party.
Photo by the talented Billie Charity
Playing in a Church was amazing. The set was decorated thanks to Lavish Studio masks and oddities.
Val’s gong bath was perfect. (The Table)
Firecrow’s set at the intermission was brilliant!
The place was filled with familiar faces and we made lots of new friends around a few pints after the show.
Dave played on the massive Church’s organ, we had a powerful choir on Knifeless Skinning chanting Sanskrit and Gregorian chants mixed together.
We had a human smoke machine! Thanks Emanation Smith.
We sold the few vinyls we had kept so we are completely sold out this time. 580 pressed and gone.
We’ll share more photos and videos. If you have some share them with us!
Special thanks to our Number one fan Paul Evans who came from Manchester to see the show. And to Juliette and the girls for handling the door.
We’re overwhelmed by the feedback we’ve had on the album and the show. Thank you so much!
SOURCE CODE HAS BEEN RELEASED!! 🙌
… and the vinyl limited edition of the album is already sold out!! 😱
Thank you so much! And thanks Fruits de Mer Records for making all this happen!
We’re going to do CDs very soon and consider doing a repress. If you’d like to buy a vinyl, let us know, we’ll put you on the list and when we reach the right amount, we’ll press more!
Fruits de Mer don’t have any vinyl left either. We still do have very very limited quantity kept in a vault just for the release party on Saturday but after that, that’s it for the first pressing of our debut album! It’s still available in a few records shops.
Alternatively you can buy the digital version on Bandcamp: https://moongoosecult.bandcamp.com/album/source-code
or stream it on Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/album/2dC39krUmimcfhMVP69lSm
“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”
“It was quite a challenge to release a 2LP as a debut album since in 74 minutes there are lots of possibilities to screw up but somehow Moon Goose have pulled off to the full. There are no tracks that I don’t fully enjoy and there is enough variation to keep a psych fan interested for the full duration.”
The first review for our upcoming Source Code has just been published on The Sunday Experience
“It’s an album so good, so rich in texture and turbulent in nature, that we dare you to find a duff cut.”
“… the album provides for a whirlwind experience, one minute happily having you in a head clamp, the next dropping in some hallucinogenic disturbia..”
Read the full review here: https://marklosingtoday.wordpress.com/2019/02/16/moon-goose/