MOOF chats to psychedelic artist, DJ, owner of Cosmik Folly, and far-out flower child, Dawn Aquarius, about her groovy artwork and inspirations... MOOF: How did you get into 60's music, art, etc? Is it something you've always been around? DA: I suppose I grew up in it, by way of my parents. My dad has always [...]
Jack Hopkin opens the doors to the ever-curious "Curiosity Shoppe" for the seventh time, bringing you the best psychedelic music recommendations, from The Love Sculpture, The Passing Fancy, and The Paper Fort, to Peter Green's Fleetwood Mac, and The Apple.
I'm always particularly impressed by albums that seem to exist in a vacuum, that create their own unique and inimitable atmosphere. Even more impressive is when this is achieved with minimal studio trickery but rather through the instrumental talent of it's creators. This is the case with the new Lost Harbours album, 'Towers of Silence', [...]
Mark Fry and Friends, Sir Plastic Crimewave & Sara Gossett, Alisha Sufit (Magic Carpet), Dan Davies (Wolf People) September 27th 2017 The Betsey Trotwood, London A sign by the door immediately grabs my attention, it reads “Astral folk this way --> Comedy that way<--" A tough choice, but tonight I'm here for the astral folk. [...]
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On a planet where many people throughout the course of history never got their dues, Elmer Gantry’s Velvet Opera are a perfect example. Exuding extreme talent throughout the album, one would wonder why they never made it big. What can I say? Life is unfair sometimes. These guys deserved to be more famous than they [...]
Pedro Miranda reviews, 'Pellets', the latest album from The Lords of Thyme, due for a vinyl release on Sunstone Records in October
Matt Kessler reviews 1967 psychedelic pop album 'You're A Very Lovely Woman' by The Merry-Go-Round (featuring a pre-'The American Dream' Emitt Rhodes on guitar/lead vocals)
Jack Hopkin's sixth 'curiosity shoppe' column; in this edition he recommends the likes of Pearls Before Swine and Dr. John, The Night Tripper, to Neon Pearls and Julie Driscoll and the Brian Auger Trinity...
Wermod members Rhys Jones and Maddie Towell research a few late sixties and early seventies 45s that went no further than promotional stage, but are nevertheless lovely listens (and relatively cheap too!)