When Commune, the follow-up album to GOAT”s World Music was announced, the internet exploded in a frenzy of excitement. ‘Hide From The Sun’, the first single from the new album, was Track Of The Day on QMusic, appeared in NMEs Essential Tracks, Mojo’s and Uncut’s Playlist and was given 4.5/5 by Artrocker, and has been posted, cross-posted, re-posted and discussed throughout the music press.
The first public airing of Goat’s new album Commune will take place on Friday 15 August at The Alibi in Dalston, London, as part of the ‘Nothing is…’ night.
The evening will begin at 9pm with the first ever playing of GOAT’s eagerly anticipated sophomore album, Commune, one month before its release on 22nd September. Commune is the follow-up to GOAT’s hypnotic 2012 debut, World Music, which received widespread acclaim and placed in many top-ten lists. The mysterious, masked group continued to awe the world with their intense live shows which was captured on their Live Ballroom Ritual double-album.
Following that, the ‘Nothing is…’ regulars will be bringing their eclectic mix kraut, psych, cosmic disco, biker funk, psych jazz, spacey techno, afro rock, and all other strange sounds in-between.
Cage &Aviary (Emotional Especial/DFA)
Little Dirty (Hed Nod)
Chris Reeder (Rocket Recordings)