“Big and Boisterous”
Bethan Elfyn, BBC Wales



01.03.18Live at the Globe EP review From The Margins!

First review for our Live at the Globe EP From The Margins. Needless to say we agree with all of this!

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.

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Moon Goose live is a weird experience mixing Space Psychedelic Rock and odds mashup visuals for a great night. We have released a live EP to give you an idea of what to expect sound wise. You’ll have to come to see the rest!

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    The Globe, Hay-on-Wye, Wales

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“What an epic sound!”
Andrew Marston, BBC Hereford & Worcester

Moon goose has crawled out of the primal swamp and taken a good look around. The resulting bird has flapped madly around a barn with a load of guitars strapped to one wing and a synthesizer on the other, while it flies repeatedly into some drums.

Made out of bits of comet and whalebone, the music that people are already calling ‘epic’ and ‘unlistenable’ throws a jagged beam of light in the growing darkness, to reveal some people using a barn as a giant amplifier.

Duchamp put a toilet in an art gallery. Moon goose put music in a bag and shook it around until it was in bits, poured the bits out, and set fire to them.

It’s the sound of a dragon colliding with an asteroid.

If you enjoy things like gneiss, rare cheese, and strange ideas followed through to an illogical conclusion, you’ll love Moon goose.




Moon Goose is based in Hay-on-Wye on the Welsh borders, UK.

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