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The Gallows Pole: Original Score (RSD 24)

Record Store Day 2024 - Molten Metal LP +7" In Gatefold Sleeve - £32.99
Following the original, digital only, release of Goat’s score for ‘The Gallows Pole’ TV series, we are now thrilled to announce an expanded, l...

World Music (2024 Reissue)

limited abbey road mastered acid yellow lp - £22.99 | Buy
When the mysterious masked collective calling themselves Goat first emerged in 2012, armed with an incendiary debut album ‘World Music’ – ther...


limited indies only "bohemica colour" purple & frosted clear lp - £23.99 | Buy
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"black trip colour" lp - £23.99
This lot sure know how to cure what ails us - eight spoonfuls of kaleidoscopic, 70s-glooped prog with enough rampant psychedelia that it'll have you dusting...

oh death

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Having explored the music of the world & slurped sonic soup from our skulls, the madcap Swedish troupe set their sights on the afterlife.




Rocket Recordings
  • lp + 7" + download

    Released: 27th Aug 2021

    out of stock

Having cracked our skulls open and rustled up a hearty broth, Goat then plopped croutons of their musical rarities into our stewing brain and we just couldn't stop ourselves from slurping it down in one greedy gulp.

‘Headsoup’ is a new compilation that deepens the legend of mysterious Swedish psych collective Goat even further. Collecting rarities from across band’s celebrated career, including standalone singles, B-sides, digital edits and two enormous brand new tracks, it’s a globetrotting acid trip of a record that’s even bigger in its scope than their acclaimed studio LPs.From the incendiary heavy psych of their earliest work, like debut B-side ‘The Sun And Moon’, to the serene ‘Requiem’-era alternate take ‘Union Of Mind And Soul’, to the simmering menace of their latest material, it’s a record as multifaceted as Goat themselves, packed with detours in every conceivable direction.Taking in jazz-flute solos, pounding Afrobeat rhythms, ferocious desert blues, drifting Ethio-jazz, this is, as the name of Goat’s first album made clear, ‘World Music’ in its most complete form, a sound unrestrained by genre boundaries. Yet the band are anything but lazy appropriators. They approach their forebears with upmost reverence, articulating a celebratory cultural cross-pollination. And what about these two new tracks? ‘Fill My Mouth’ is a scuzzy psychedelic funk knockout, the sleaziest thing the band have ever recorded. ‘Queen Of The Underground’, meanwhile, is truly herculean, a swaggering psychedelic powerhouse of the very highest order.Sometimes dark and heavy, at others joyous and beautiful, like Goat themselves ‘Headsoup’ is mysterious, and constantly shapeshifting, difficult to properly pin down but constantly enthralling. Almost a decade since they first emerged from the depths of Scandinavia, there is still no other band on earth that sounds quite like them.