Gondwana Records are pleased to announce that GoGo Penguin‘s v2.0 album has been shortlisted for the Barclaycard Mercury Music Prize 2014. It’s one of twelve albums selected for Albums of the Year, other artists include: Anna Calvi, Bombay Bicycle Club, Damon Albarn, East India Youth, FKA twigs, Jungle, Kate Tempest, Nick Mulvey, Polar Bear, Royal Blood and Young Fathers
Mammal Hands and GoGo Penguin will be performing live @ Norwich Arts Centre on Thursday 11th September 2014!! You can book tickets online here:https://norwichartscentre.co.uk/ or call the box office on: 01603 660352
Here’s a great feature on Rob Turner and GoGo Penguin in a recent issue of Rhythm Magazine. Click the link to read: http://issuu.com/gogopenguin/docs/rhythmmagazine2014/0
GoGo Penguin select songs that have influenced and excited them recently on Gilles Peterson’s Worldwide show:
Tune in from 7pm tonight to Jamie Cullum‘s show on BBC Radio 2 to hear a special interview GoGo Penguin recorded earlier this year… http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b0460tcm
GoGo Penguin’s new album v2.0 is available on CD, vinyl and MP3 from the Gondwana Records shop.
GoGo Penguin will be performing their new album v2.0 live @ King’s Place in London on Saturday 15th February 2014 with support from Gondwana Records latest signing Mammal Hands. Book tickets online here: http://www.kingsplace.co.uk/whats-on-book-tickets/music/gogo-penguin-mammal-hands#.Uu-oBHd_u3t
We are pleased to announce that GoGo Penguin’s new album v2.0 will be released on Gondwana Records on Monday 17th March 2014
EXCITING NEWS! It’s been a long time coming but GoGo Penguin finally got a video to accompany Last Words, created by the very talented Antony Barkworth-Knight.
Check out GoGo Penguin performing the title track from their debut album Fanfares live in Manchester.
12/06/2013 – Nice to see Matthew Halsall and GoGo Penguin in this feature on a new jazz generation in M magazine:
NEW JAZZ GENERATION posted June 12, 2013 / No Comments Jazz is known as the music of freedom so why do outdated stereotypes continue to strike bum notes? Jim Ottewill discovers there’s more to UK jazz than such hot air. Pete Wareham, songwriter and saxophonist at the helm of multi-racial music makers Melt Yourself Down and Acoustic...