The Goa Express

The burning chemistry The Goa Express offer on record and on stage can be heard in every urgent blast of their brilliant 60s influenced psych R’n’B and their raw, abrasive guitars. It’s a fuzzy and idiosyncratic sound that we love – and it’s one that’s becoming harder to pin down with a constantly evolving, acidic brand of rock‘n’roll that continues to take new, exciting shapes.The visceral, acerbic “The Day” (recorded and produced by Nathan Saoudi of Fat White Family) is a perfect distillation of the noise they’re creating.

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