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!)
Jack Hopkin reviews Balduin's latest album, 'Bohemian Garden', due for a special edition limited vinyl release on Sunstone Records in October
50 years on from the Summer of Love, Heidi Cavanaugh writes about Haight Ashbury & The Love Generation
You can listen to the MOOF radio show now on Mixcloud if you missed it live earlier by clicking the link below: https://www.mixcloud.com/MOOFmag/moof-radio-show-1/ TRACKLISTING: Don't Say No - Speed, Glue & Shinki Soul Vibrations - Dorothy Ashby Egyptian Tomb - Mighty Baby The Tale Of The Spider & The Fly - Synanthesia Forest & The [...]
Grey Malkin, known for creating spectacularly spooky Wyrd folk via The Hare and The Moon, runs through some of his all-time favourite acid folk records...
Pedro Miranda reviews French psychedelic folk album, A Long Distant Present From Thee… “Becoming” by Graeme allwright
"Gentle maidens walking in the garden While they're courted by the knights from the palace of love They are all dressed in white with flowers of palest colour They are all singing songs to the yellow moon above... Come my pretty Oberon trip, trip, trip" 🍄🍄🍄 Two hours of dark and strange medieval style acid-folk [...]