24 Apr 2017

Gnod + Julie's Haircut play Rocket Recordings night in Italy

Rocket Recordings night:

Gnod + Julie's Haircut

Via Cella 50, 48123 Ravenna, Italy

Friday / April 28
9pm - 1am

More info: Bronson

Tickets: Viva


Live footage of Gnod, Temples Ov BBV and Kuro from Roadburn

We have just returned from an amazing weekend at Roadburn where Gnod were artist in residence and played four stunning sets – electronic set / full band set / Kuro collaboration / Temple Ov BBV (Collaboration with Radar Men from the Moon.

Thanks to Walter and the Roadburn team for all they did to make us welcome – and also a massive thank you to William (Cloakture) for putting the Rocket team up and being the perfect host!


Know Magazine interviews Flowers Must Die

It reads:

Flowers Must Die hailing all the way from Sweden are coming to Bristol’s Cube next week, along with their captivating sound somewhere between psychedelia and krautrock. With a new album ‘Kompost’ via Rocket Recordings on the way, band member Rickard Daun spared some time to take us through life in the band: 

You’re about to release your new album ‘ Kompost’, can you tell us a little bit about the album?

Yes it will come out on the 28th of April, the same day we will play at The Cube in Bristol. We are very excited, as for all releases but this ones feels special. The three first albums was self released and with hardly no distribution or press. So we are both a bit worried and eager to know how our old fans and potential new ones find our album. It is a very diverse album and I think it is an album that you will not get tired of in the first time...

Read the rest here: The Know


Echoes and Dust reviews Gnod live at Electowerkz

It reads:

Where the average gig-goer might go to see the average band they enjoy and hope that they’re on the same brainwave with the band as to what songs they’ll do; Gnod have earned a reputation for me as a band that I watch because I am always wondering what they will do; as far as I know every show is different, though at the very least, I’m certain that every exhibition of the band is unpredictable. I figure the worst case scenario is I’ll get some impeccable rendition of tracks from their more recent releases and even that would be astonishing really. The fact of the matter is that Gnod are far, far, ahead of their fans and that wormhole through to the future is the exact reason their gigs are always once in a lifetime...

Read the rest here: E&D


Sveriges Radio documentary on Goat

Sveriges Radio have created an hour long documentary (in Swedish) on Goat.

We have heard it yet but it is supposed to be well worth a listen!!

Listen here: Sveriges

Photo by Neolyd


20 Apr 2017

FAUST Collaborate with GNOD & Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs also play 2017 Milhões de Festa, Portugal

We are delighted to say that FAUST will be collaborating with with GNOD at this years 2017 Milhões de Festa in Portugal.

Joining them on the bill for what is be a killer festival in the sun are Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs.

For more info: Milhoes de Festa


Gnoomes Feature on DiS - Some Velvet Mixtape

Gnoomes Feature Drowned In Sound - Some Velvet Mixtape:

If 2016 promised great things ahead, 2017 has already started delivering on those promises. While new records from Slowdive, The Jesus & Mary Chain, Ride, and The Black Angels may have grabbed the headlines - and understandably so - it's the new breed who've once again risen to the fore.

Both Gnoomes and Shadow Band have released debuts that are early contenders for album of the year, while Bristol's Spectres and Italian duo Sonic Jesus continue to confound expectations, both putting out follow-ups to their 2015 debuts that go beyond any considered boundary or genre.

Add the unique global flavour of Flamingods, the distinctively dark urges of The Underground Youth, and Ulrika Spacek's audacious move into Deerhunter-esque territories and it's clear to see why 2017 is shaping up to be an incredible year for all things psychedelia and shoegaze related.

To start things off here are 30 artists we've been listening to since the turn of the year.

Listen & read here: Drowned In Sound

Order the album here: Gnoomes