Originating in the Mile High City FLOATGOAT has shown their horns as a commanding trio in the Colorado music scene. The group creates a truly unique experience in an electronic soundscape, forging a sound that is timeless through the dazzling chord progressions of jazz-fusion and upbeat tempo of electronic dance music, blazing the trail for an entirely new sound called voltage fusion. Whether you’re a classic rocker who loves to see musicians shred, or an audiophile who’s intrigued by mind boggling sound design, FLOATGOAT music will make an audience of all musical tastes groove their way to the dance floor.
Floatgoat music releases have garnered attention from music industry professionals and organizations across the globe. Some of which were featured on articles, blogs, and playlists by 303 Magazine, Shared Views, Banks Radio Australia and more. Their latest single, “Anyways” features the newest band member, Kaitlyn McDaniel, on lead vocals. The tune had success on Banks Radio Australia, reaching the number 3 spot for the Month of September, 2020. Since the 2017 release of their debut EP, Whatever Floats Your Goat, the band has exploded with huge numbers on the web, most notably their cover of Daft Punk – “Voyager” which hit over 5K streams in less than a week and was posted on Daft Punk’s official YouTube channel.
Floatgoat has fired up crowds on tours across the United States from Deep Ellum Art Co. in Dallas, Texas to The Green Room in Flagstaff, Arizona and many more epic venues in between. Their festival experience includes performances at Music On The Mothership Festival, One Vibration Festival, The Underground Music Showcase, Spread The Word Festival, Shamanic Boom, BlissFall Music Festival and more. Floatgoat has performed on bills with some huge names in the industry like Moe., Railroad Earth, The Infamous Stringdusters, Evanoff, Freddy Todd, Vibesquad, Dirtwire and countless other artists.
Bassist, songwriter, and music producer, Arias Goldanloo, was featured in an article by Jungle Ruckus Productions on his solo project Tantok, Floatgoat, and the music climate in the midst of a pandemic.
After playing a sold out show at Cervantes Other Side with Melody Lines, Collidoscope, and Telemetry, Floatgoat was featured in an article by Shared Views for their contribution to the night of music.
FLOATGOAT raised money for non-profit organization Rocky Mountain Wild in lieu of a poaching incident involving endangered Colorado Mountain Goats. The band was featured in an article by 303 Magazine for their efforts.
FLOATGOAT was featured in an article by Unsigned Unheard 5280. “The combination of synthesizers with groovy bass lines and sick guitar riffs will drift the listener off to a funky utopia they never knew existed.” -Unsigned Unheard 5280.
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