28 Jun 2017

Josefin Öhrn announce two UK shows in October

Josefin Öhrn return to the UK for these two news shows above.
Tickets can be bought from here:

Leicester tickets

Wolverhampton tickets

The band now have all these shows coming up:

09 July / Blue Dot / Jodrell Bank Observatory / UK
05 August / Skeleton Coast / Holylake / UK
10-12 August / Way Out West Festival / Gothenburg / Sweden
10-12 August / Way Out West Festival / Gothenburg / Sweden
19 October / Newhampton Arts Centre / Wolverhampton / UK
20 October / Dryden Street Social / Leicester/ UK


27 Jun 2017

Hey Colossus to play massive Fluffer Party All Dayer in Hackney on 22 July

This is gonna be a bit fun...



Anthroprophh reveal new track

As you know Anthroprophh are releasing an album on the Bristol label Creepy Crawl sometime in August and the band have revealed this first above track as a taster...

Info on the release can be found here: Creepy Crawl

The band are playing Manchester with Terminal Cheesecake and Blown out on 8 September – info and tickets here: Beauty Witch


Josefin Öhrn + The Liberation Live Session, Stockholm

Josefin Öhrn + The Liberation will be playing a live session at Trädgården, Stockholm on the 28th of June.

For more info visit:



26 Jun 2017

Review of Flowers Must Die supporting Space Lady at Cafe Oto

The review in Hackney Citizen reads:

Flowers Must Die are a Swedish group who play loud prog rock, as their instrumentation may suggest. I say loud – their set begins with rattly drums and quiet, East Asian-influenced guitar, that almost sounds like twangy Japanese instrument the shamisen.

All very expertly performed (the band have been playing together for over ten years) but when’s it gonna kick off? Well, somewhere midway through their set, vocalist/thereminist Lisa Ekelund starts howling, the bass deepens, the guitars go all disco, and Flowers Must Die expose their thrilling side.

‘Why?’ from full-length debut Kompost grinds away in satisfying psychedelic fashion. People who earlier fled the heat gasping start to filter back inside. By the time the keyboard player is hunched over, surrounded by a hail of sound, frantically turning knobs on an effects pedal with a microphone in his mouth, I’m hooked...

Read the whole review here: HC


23 Jun 2017

Flowers Must Die and Goat feature on latest issue of Mojo

This is the third issue of Mojo in a row that we have had Rocket bands on the cover mount CD – following Gnoomes last month, Josefin Öhrn and Julie's Haircut the month before we now have Flowers Must Die and Goat on this latest issue!!

More info here: Mojo