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Boomkat Product Review:
Swedish psych outfit Goat hoover up a career of odds 'n sods on "Headsoup", combining singles, B-sides and edits with unreleased burners.
Since 2012, Goat have been reminding their legion of fans that Northern Europe has always been a hotspot for truly spangled psychedelic sounds. This bumper collection is further proof, and within moments of opening blues rawk jammer 'The Sun The Moon' it's pretty clear that the masked troupe have their sights set on late 1960s/early 1970s pedalboard fritz. But Goat have never stayed in one place too long: 'Dreambuilding' combines brittle folk ideas with fluid Tuareg rock fretwork, 'It's Time For Fun' is quirky rhythm box synthcore, 'Relax' is wormhole drone and 'The Snake of Addis Ababa' is spidery microtonal exotica.
Completely torched material from beginnig to end - mind-altering substances not included.