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Go March - BE

Go March is an instrumental group based in Antwerp, Belgium. It is a project born out of jam sessions that have resulted in their debut single ‘Rise’, an electronic, Germanic-infused, post-rock screamer that is a sort of Mogwai meets Kraftwerk synthesis yet with all the futuristic propulsions of a new, fresh and hungry band making music not just for 2015 but for beyond. That said, while the group have landed on this irresistible blend of electronics and rock on ‘Rise’ their initial intentions varied somewhat. “My initial ideas for a possible sound were actually based around bands like Boris or Lightning Bolt, but the moments when we just improvised were simply far more interesting“ says Philipp Weies of the group’s early evolutionary period.

Whilst the group state that “it’s quite difficult to pinpoint where inspiration actually comes from.” Weies does concede that one particular inspiration holds especially strong for him: “I am vastly inspired by the movies of David Lynch, especially Lost Highway and even more specifically the sequence where a car is driving through the dark and all you see are the median strips passing by. The image has this distinct tunnel vision-feel to it that I am often looking for when making music.” And whilst ‘Rise’ has all the forward momentum and exhilaration of hurtling down a pitch-black highway, it is not singular in its vision.

Chop Chop: de drive in dit nummer werkt zo aanstekelijk als een futuristische personal robocoach. Het nummer heeft net zoals de muziek van Goose iets episch over zich, beeld je een gevecht op leven en dood in in de verre toekomst.
Een bijzonder aanstekelijke combi tussen elektronica en rock. Tracks als Rise en Earthbound laten de zaal vibreren.
— Written in music
Motorik-beat, discodrums, aanstekelijke gitaarlijntjes, we konden er niet genoeg van krijgen. Een achteloze passant had hier wellicht niet veel aan, maar wie zich liet meedrijven in de groove kreeg de eerste uitschieter van de dag.
— Gonzo Circus
A stand-alone thrill, it veers from math-rock abstraction to pounding, visceral riffs, attempting to re-capture the sensory overload that comes with any Japanese visit.
— Clash

Label: Yokozuna - N.E.W.S.

Territory: Netherlands

Agent: Marije van Veen

Links: Website / Facebook / Spotify