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The Go! Team – “What D’You Say?” Video

This week, joyous cut-and-paste indie-poppers the Go! Team return with their new album The Scene Between, and they're also coming out with five brand-new videos, one per day. They're starting things off with a clip for the dizzy head-rush single "What D'You Say?" The clip is all adorable seaside hijinks, and director Michael Robinso… More »

By: Tom Breihan / March 23, 2015

The Go! Team – “What D’You Say?”

The Go! Team's latest single "What D'You Say?" opens with a fizzy can of soda opening and being poured into a glass, and I can't think of a better summation of the band's charms than that. The indie-pop group has always had a sweet tooth, and nothing seems to have changed on their upcoming new… More »

By: James Rettig / February 25, 2015

The Go! Team – “Blowtorch”

The Go! Team are back after a four-year hiatus, and they're more fiery than ever. The best indication of that is their second single "Blowtorch" which chugs along on pixie stick power pop so amped up it seems like it could fall apart at any second. Their previously released single "The Scene Between," from… More »

By: Caitlin White / February 10, 2015

The Go! Team – “The Scene Between” Video

The Go! Team have shared a video for "The Scene Between," the lead single from their forthcoming new album of the same name. The video features glitched-out mountain ranges and aerial shots, and a choir that could easy pass for a bunch of cult members. "I was imagining things like aerial fly-bys, bad chromakey,… More »

By: James Rettig / January 20, 2015

The Go! Team – “The Scene Between”

Late last year we learned that the Go! Team would be returning with a new album in 2015. Now we know that their first album in four years is coming this March and is called The Scene Between. The brightly cheery, sample-heavy title track sounds like prime Go! Team, which might be because band… More »

By: Chris DeVille / January 6, 2015

Watch A Trailer For The Go! Team’s New Album

The last time the Go! Team made an album was back in 2011 when the band released its third full-length, Rolling Blackouts. Since then, they've been pretty quiet, but today they share a teaser for a new album. The title has yet to be announced, but it will be out at some point next year. More »

By: Gabriela Tully Claymore / December 18, 2014

Frankie Rose – “Apples For The Sun (The Go! Team Remix)”

Here' the Go! Team's remix of "Apples For The Sun," where the Brighton group equips Frankie Rose's Interstellar jam with some bells and whistles as well as their signature party vibe. Download it below and check out some new tour dates. More »

By: Corban Goble / May 1, 2012

Remixtape: Vol. I

Most remixes are shit. This new feature exists in defense of The Remix. So, welcome to Remixtape: a monthly compilation of the best recent remix MP3s floating around the internet because despite the glut of garish promo bloghouse crap, there are actually still people doing this thing artfully. Because there's an actual art to thi… More »

By: Amrit Singh / February 11, 2011

Photos From ATP Bowlie 2 Curated By Belle & Sebastian

The Belle & Sebastian-curated ATP Bowlie 2 took place earlier this week (December 10-12) at Butlins Holiday Centre, Minehead. (In 1999 B&S curated The Bowlie Weekender, which ultimately became All Tomorrow's Parties, hence the "2".) The event featured 40 bands picked by the Scottish pop ensemble and, according to photographer Elena Morelli, a bunch… More »

By: brandon / December 14, 2010

The Go! Team – “Buy Nothing Day” (Feat. Bethany Cosentino)

When we posted "T.O.R.N.A.D.O." from the Go! Team's forthcoming Rolling Blackouts, I mentioned the collection also included a song featuring Best Cost's Bethany Cosentino. The chirpy "Buy Nothing Day" is that song: Cosentino definitely leaves her imprint. More »

By: brandon / December 7, 2010

The Go! Team – “T.O.R.N.A.D.O.”

"T.O.R.N.A.D.O" looks like a cheer and there's definitely a marching band thing going on here (and Ninja moves into rapid-speed), but ultimately the Go! Team do something darker, less all-over-the-map flamboyant for our first taste of the forthcoming Rolling Blackouts. More »

By: brandon / October 15, 2010

Progress Report: The Go! Team

NAME: The Go! Team PROGRESS REPORT: Recording the followup to 2007's Proof Of Youth at Brighton Electric Studios in Brighton. "Some people think of music as self-expression, where you're pouring things out. I think of it as mining," says Go! Team's leader Ian Parton. From The Go! Team's past records, a bright collage of grainy… More »

By: jessica / August 11, 2009

The Go! Team Remix Black Moth Super Rainbow

There's a playful swing and groovy tunefulness at the core of Black Moth Super Rainbow's psychedelic happy-jam "Twin Of Myself," which makes it as perfect a BMSR song as any for this unlikely remix from UK party-starting genre benders, the Go! Team. There isn't too much manipulated, actually -- the Go! Team remix retai… More »

By: Amrit Singh / June 18, 2009

All Points West: Friday In Photos

It's time to brave the ferry lines for another day in Jersey, but first: pretty pictures via the eye of Abbey Braden. As mentioned, things got off to a slow start, but from thereon the day belonged to Gregg Gillis, "Born Slippy," and the talented Mr. Yorke. Time is tight, so we'll have… More »

By: Amrit Singh / August 9, 2008

Mark Ronson “Just” Remixes

We just told you about Mark Ronson's newest video treatment for his cover of Radiohead's "Just." Well, whereas that video had a bunch of Mark's, we now have a bunch of "Just"'s. Make sense? To sort it out some, we have three to be exact: DJ Premier (with mid-song rap, rich horns), the Loving… More »

By: brandon / January 30, 2008

New Go! Team Video – “Doing It Right”

Ever get the feeling the Go! Team thought the '70s/'80s just were a better place? That's the most rhetorical question you'll read all day. Aside from the odd chase around the city with Ms. Pacman and the like, the Team's vids are no different, going two-for-two with the throwback love for the cli… More »

By: Stereogum / August 13, 2007

Premature Evaluation: The Go! Team – Proof Of Youth

More than ever, the Go! Team have good reason to cheer. After the genre-bending British pep squad's 2004 debut Thunder, Lightning, Strike struck, the Brighton posse deservedly grew in popularity, signed with Sub Pop to handle their Stateside release, and, most importantly managed to turn out one hell of a sophomore album, Proof OfMore »

By: Stereogum / August 7, 2007

The Go! Team – Proof Of Youth

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By: Stereogum / July 31, 2007

New Go! Team -“The Wrath Of Marcie”

While poking around the site streaming Figurines foray into Beach Boys pop, we stumbled upon some new Go! Team for your booty-shaking pleasure. Not stirring the tried-and-true recipe much, the Team's playing with Sly horns, '80s cadences, and a sing-along summertime soulglo hook. Less politico than "Grip Like A Vice" (we think ... More »

By: Stereogum / July 2, 2007

New Go! Team Video – “Grip Like A Vice”

On first listen of the ladies-baiting lead single from recent Sub Pop signees the Go! Team, we heard wild sonics and '80s cadences and really didn't see this vid coming. The technicolor troupe deletes the technicolor, instead offering something black, white, and ostensibly militant and political: check the air raid sirens, allusions to… More »

By: Stereogum / June 19, 2007
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