Honey Ride Me a Goat: Udders

[11 September 2011]

By Ron Hart

For the majority of this new century, Honey Ride Me a Goat has been making noise in the British experimental underground, self-releasing a barrage of albums and even recording with former Soft Machine bassist Hugh Hopper shortly before his June 2009 passing. Udders is a fascinating compilation culled from the trio’s highly sought-after vinyl output, nine of the very best performances from an act whose unholy union of free-jazz skronk, no wave dissonance and funky art punk sounds unlike anything in either England or the States. Limited to only 500 copies by the Lexicon label, this is a definite must for any fan of Tar Babies, the Minutemen or Saccharine Trust.

Published at: http://www.popmatters.com/pm/review/141776-honey-ride-me-a-goat-udders/