The Go! Team

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The Go! Team: Semicircle review – a psychedelic tonic
(Memphis Industries)

Emily Mackay

14, Jan, 2018 @8:00 AM

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Readers recommend playlist: songs about hope and resilience
From Beethoven to Bob Dylan, here are the top picks for tracks to get us through hard times

Chris Wheatley

08, Sep, 2016 @11:04 AM

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The Go! Team: The Scene Between review – a frothy confection
A barrage of vintage sounds and short interludes of strangeness build into an entertaining fourth album

Jon Dennis

26, Mar, 2015 @9:45 PM

Deer Shed festival – review
The family-friendly Deer Shed festival provided a 'very civilised' afternoon lineup, but the evening brought spicier acts, and then a shared mournful moment in impromptu tribute to Amy Winehouse, writes Dave Simpson

Dave Simpson

25, Jul, 2011 @5:01 PM

The great rock'n'roll sellout

Gone are the days when bands would be scorned for getting into bed with corporate sponsors and brands, so what ever happened to "selling out"? Dorian Lynskey finds out

Dorian Lynskey

30, Jun, 2011 @9:00 PM

The Go! Team: Rolling Blackouts – review
The Go! Team's latest is organic, original, ebullient... but probably not for grown-ups, says Kitty Empire

Kitty Empire

30, Jan, 2011 @12:05 AM

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The Go! Team - Rolling Blackouts: Exclusive album stream

Hear the Go! Team's third album of 'girl-shouting, trumpet-squealing, double dutch blaxploitation' before anyone else

guardian.co.uk/music

25, Jan, 2011 @3:29 PM

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New music exclusive: The Go! Team – Buy Nothing Day

Michael Cragg: The Go! Team are back with more giddy cut'n'paste pop. And this time they've got a little help from an indie-pop friend

Michael Cragg

07, Dec, 2010 @10:32 AM

Click to download: The Bee's knees

Chris Salmon finds Simon Fuller's new site surprisingly on the money, and the Go! Team in generous mood

Chris Salmon

24, Jul, 2008 @11:01 PM

The Go! Team - Proof of Youth

GRIP LIKE A VICE

0.12 Beyond the wan, grey confines of miserablist indie, there's a mad, bouncy, technicoloured party going on - a party where every tambourine-basher, rapper and sampler-twiddler are having the time of their merry young lives. Oh yes! The Go! Team, Brighton's bubbliest six-piece, are back, kicking off proceedings with a lovely, soft Far-Eastern guitar motif. Have the Team let their fizziness flatten, like an old bottle of Dandelion and Burdock?

0.22 Eh up, the drums are kicking in.

0.27 And vocals! My Burdock runneth over!

1.23 "Girls are you with us? 'Cos we all know what we're talking about -all the ladies...YEAH!" Ninja's rapping vocal is louche, arch-eyebrowed, and snaps around her words like smooth fingers.Organs roll, drums bang, tussle and rustle, and shouty vocals echo behind her - this, it would appear, is the sound of a band having the most fun in the world.

14, Sep, 2007 @2:37 PM

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CD: The Go! Team, Proof of Youth

(Memphis Industries)

Maddy Costa

13, Sep, 2007 @11:12 PM

Trash hits

Confusing, tough and above all, exciting - that's how Go! Team want to sound. Dorian Lynskey puts the masters of sass to the test.

Dorian Lynskey

30, Aug, 2007 @11:03 PM

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