Featured image: Axe Would recommend if you're a fan of: Kak, Tea Company, Ant Trip Ceremony, Ford Theatre, Jefferson Airplane Back in 1969, psychedelic music had already been exposed to the masses for a number of years. In fact, many major recording artists of the time that had previously experimented with music in the psychedelic vein, had already moved … Continue reading Album of the week: Axe Music (1969)
Rhy Jones of welsh-speaking folk-horror tinged hauntology band, Wermod, runs through some of the most curious Welsh language records.
A column dedicated to recommendations from the peak of the psychedelic era, undiscovered in plain sight, and often fabled much like Atlantis. Make yourself at home and look among the wares on display...
Robert Lee runs through his top 10 folk rock charity shop/bargain bin picks
Our third 'album of the week' goes to floaty folk-pop album, "Evensong", released in 1972.
Celebrating the life of bisexual singer-songwriter, pianist, and women’s-rights activist, Laura Nyro, as part of pride month
Track-by-track album review of Lord Of The Ages (1973) by English progressive folk group, Magna Carta
Grigory Grebennikov is a 22-year-old psychedelic poster-artist, based in Leeds. He attended an art school in Sochi, Russia, for a few years, and pursued art at secondary school. However, he got distracted by other things such as sports and music, and went on to study engineering at university. His recent drive for art came to … Continue reading Artist Spotlight: Grigory Grebennikov
Track-by-track album review of "Heathen Hymns" by folk-rock six-piece, Galley Beggar.