26 Oct 2016

Listen to Josefin Öhrn + The Liberation session for BBC 6Music

Yesterday Josefin Öhrn + The Liberation recorded a live session for Lauren Laverne's BBC 6Music show – hosted by Tom Ravenscroft.

Listen to it here: BBC 6 Music

The band recorded three tracks, Rushing, Sister Green Eyes which were aired live and a third track which was a very special cover which will be aired on BBC 6Music in December


Watch short film 'Fist' – features music from Rocket back catalogue

Fist from Benjamin Barfoot on Vimeo.

Watch this short film Fist by Benjamin Barfoot which features music by Mamuthones, Goat, Josefin Öhrn + The Liberation and Teeth of the Sea.

Bejamin is the genius behind the Teeth of the Sea video for Reaper and the currently being made film called Double Date which features Goat playing live in an East London Warehouse


Raven sings the Blues reviews Mirage by Josefin Öhrn + The Liberation

It reads:

Upping the motorik attack from their first record with Rocket Recorings, Josefin Ohrn + The Liberation plummet into a vortex of swirling drums and swarms of buzzing keys on Mirage. From the opening strains of “The State (I’m In),” the record breathes heavy and damp like a vaporizer filling the mind with gauzy strains of psychedelic fog. Everything is dark and creeping in The Liberation’s world, a thundering bass reverberation pounds through the mind, darting between guitar lines like so many trees in a spectral forest. Those guitars burn, when they emerge, with an intense and alarming temperature that makes their presence felt. Ohrn pushes her psych journey almost to the edge of the dance floor though, finding that fine line between trance and drone, especially on lead single “In Madrid.” Here, she works repeated phrases and circular playing into a kind of semi-conscious drug haze that folds colors over on themselves in prismatic, shimmering sheets...

Read in full here: Raven sings the blues


Josefin Öhrn + The Liberation choose 5 Tracks for Sonic Magazine

Roughly translated it reads:

On Friday, the new album with Josefin Öhrn + The Liberation, one of the country's flagship regarding all things Spaceway and psychedelic rock. Towards the end of last year, specifically in Sonic # 85 , sat down with Pierre Hellqvist Josefin to talk favorite records (photo: Lina Haskel). A text that feels especially appropriate to reprise now that Sonic just released an entire issue where a lot of artists talk precisely favorite records. 

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Such request should sit glued to "Horse Dance ', the debut album with Josefin Öhrn + The Liberation. The potential of the disc repetitive psych rock increases for each additional upward adjustment påvolymskalan. There are attacks feels, that's attacks burned...

Read the rest here: Sonic Magazine


Get into this makes Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs – Sweet Relief one of it's tracks of the week

It reads:

Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs – Sweet Relief
A fierce, cathartic endeavour from Rocket Records for you here; Pigs (x7) explore their raw, organic emotion and transform it into something brutal, something destructive, but something truly real.

Sweet Relief is a gurgling blast of sludgy rock that has taken a hit from the same bong as stoner doom legends Sleep, while worshipping Ozzy Osbourne and co. along with a possible Faustian pact just in case.

Let your hair down, prepare to sweat and delve into the tremendously evil licks of Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs.

See the piece in full here: Get into this


More reviews for Goat's Requiem

The reviews for Goat's Requiem are still flooding in, here are a few more:





Loud and Quiet reviews Goat and Josefin Öhrn + The Liberation live in Manchester

It reads:

Goat led a deeply hypnotic happening on Saturday night with their friends in Manchester

The mysterious Swedes were joined by Hookworms, Jane Weaver, Mugstar and Josefin Öhrn and the Liberation for this celebration of psychedelia.
Fellow Swedes and label mates to Goat, Josefin Öhrn and the Liberation open a line-up that is a deep-set exploration of contemporary psychedelic music. The textural atmospherics and undercurrent of electronics from their recent album ‘Mirage’ are overwritten somewhat in favour of volume-pushing guitars that create a dense fog for Öhrn’s vocals to float around in a hazy but absorbing vacuum, setting a tone for an evening that leans heavily towards the hypnotic.

Read the full review here: Loud and Quiet