Here we go! For the first time ever we are gearing up to drop a hip hop infused single titled, “Analog Feel”. This tune pushes the boundaries on genre between funk and rock plus rap, as we incorporate hip-hop into our Voltage Fusion style. If you want to hear this puppy before we let the dogs out on Nov. 14th, then you’ve got to catch us on our Analog Fall Tour, because we’re hitting the road to Denver, Boulder, Ft. Collins, and Castle Rock. See you on the road goat heard, and be sure to follow us on Spotify, Apple Music, or your favorite streaming platform to keep up with the release.
Still floating after our performance at a SOLD OUT Cervantes Other Side! Huge thanks to all friends and fans who came out in full force and showed us mad love. We couldn’t have done it without our Mile High Sound Movement fam; Melody Lines, Collidoscope, Telemetry, and Mr. Buggati. Shout out to our guest vocalist Eve Jennings who put on an awesome performance, and Connor Dugan who captured some stunning shots.
“Scrumpies” is the next level of floatgoat jamtronica as the duo steps into a micro-particle funk portal unlike anything floating goats have ever heard. The roots of this funk portal come from jazz/rock fusion, and more virtuous parts over longer jazz influenced chord progressions. The licks get scrumpadellic in this track, but always expect more improvisation in a live performance. We got inspired to write this tune on a tour with Evanoff after playing Animas City Theatre in Durango. Some dude kept making up funny words for things, and one was scrumpies, ‘The stuff that sticks to your foot after a raging party’.
OUR FIRST EP!!!!!
Whatever Floats Your Goat
FloatGoat floated over some steep mountains, dodged some big birds, wrote some tunes, slayed some evil do’ers, and somehow found the time to complete this EP on their way through the Goat-Galaxy. FloatGoat sound design was produced using all natural Goat Cheese. Straight from the utters or something…Whatever Floats Your Goat…
Whatever Floats Your Goat is a paradigm shift in the direction of FloatGoat music as the duo steps into higher tempo funktronica. Their new style sounds kinda like Rick James laying down some funk house. “Masksks”, the single which hit 600 plays within the first week on soundcloud, is a glance into the funky guitar/bass lines, crunchy synths, and cutting edge sound design that is brought to your listening pleasure in Whatever Floats Your Goat.
Bass: Arias Goldanloo
Mixing/Mastering: Arias Goldanloo
(Press Release) Whatever Floats Your Goat