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The Go! Team

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The Go! Team

Get Up Sequences Part One

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Imagine a giant kangaroo rampaging about a bouncy castle wobbling atop a swimming pool full of fluorescent jelly.
The Go! Team


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combining daisy age vocals with A bouncing flute pattern, finger clicks and junkshop percussion, this is a delightful little pick-me-up for when you want the su...
The Go! Team


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Us residents have been huge fans of the go! team’s stereolab on sunny d sound since they first formed and are delighted to tell you that ‘semicircle...
Get Up Sequences Part 2




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  1. Look Away, Look Away
  2. Divebomb
  3. Getting To Know (All The Ways We're Wrong For Each Other)
  4. Stay and Ask Me In a Different Way
  5. The Me Frequency
  6. Whammy-O
  7. But We Keep On Trying
  8. Sock It To Me
  9. Going Nowhere
  10. Gemini
  11. Train Song
  12. Baby

The Go! Team

Get Up Sequences Part 2

Memphis Industries
  • limited indies only "colombo yellow" lp

    Released: 3rd Feb 2023

  • lp

    Released: 3rd Feb 2023

  • cd

    Released: 3rd Feb 2023


Over their six albums The Go! Team have taken sonic day trips to other lands - musically dipping into other cultures.

But now on this, their seventh - they’ve bought a round-the-world ticket…. Benin, Japan, France, India, Texas and Detroit - all stops along the way. Wildly different voices from wildly different cultures side by side but all still sounding unmistakably Go! Team. Setting the course for a kaleidoscopic, cable access, channel hop. On the vocal roll call there’s Star Feminine Band, an all-girl group from West Africa, the Indian Bollywood playback singer Neha Hatwar, Kokubo Chisato from J-Pop indie band Lucie Too, 19 year-old Detroit rapper IndigoYaj, Hilarie Bratset (ex-Apples in Stereo), Brooklyn rapper Nitty Scott, and a whole host of others, alongside Go! Team staple Ninja. “Maybe it's an anti-Brexit reflex,” says Parton. “A rejection of flag-waving and inward-facing. But this is no Coke ad, some Valium vision of joining hands on a hillside. The Go! Team has always been about knowing what’s happening but focusing on the good shit. It’s about where you let your attention settle”. Picking up from 2021’s “Get Up Sequences Part One”, Part Two continues the feeling of Technicolour overload. “A feeling that there is so much good shit out there that you are grabbing it all at the same time. The record is saying: “Look at this. Look at this”. When you listen to it I just want the saturation of the world to be turned up”. Simultaneously messy and tight, chaotic and coherent both albums have an obsession with the power of a bassline and a backbeat. "For me each successive Go! Team record just gets fucking groovier and for me grooviness is life”, Parton says. It’s a journey spanning Cyclone Tracey wig-outs, chroma key sitar psychedelia, Casiotone anthems, spoken word melodrama and kalimba callouts. Brill building melodies lead into musical handbrake turns, four track into panoramic. Eighteen years after their debut LP The Go! Team are still unlike anyone else and on "Get Up Sequences Part Two" they sound as fresh as a club soda….


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