Album review: Elkhorn – The Acoustic Storm Sessions

Album artwork Words by Grey Malkin The magnificent and mesmeric entity that is Elkhorn, Jesse Sheppard and Drew Gardner, return with an extended and improvised acoustic foray into long form psychedelia and sonic exploration. Recorded during a wild storm that resulted in a prestigious show being cancelled, the duo (alongside friend Turner Williams) turned disappointment … Continue reading Album review: Elkhorn – The Acoustic Storm Sessions

Album review: Trappist Afterland – Seaside Ghost Tales

Album artwork Words by Rhys Jones Australia’s prolific acid folk troubadour Adam G. Cole returns with the third instalment of gnostic folk album (and his 9th overall). If the rumours are true this may well be his final album under the Trappist Afterland guise but from the songs on offer here (solo compositions and collaborations) … Continue reading Album review: Trappist Afterland – Seaside Ghost Tales

Album review: Nilson – Here & Now

Album artwork Words by Grey Malkin It has been two years since Barcelona-based German musician, Nilson, released the haunting, acid folk hued ‘News From Nowhere’ (reviewed here at MOOF), a strikingly creative and inspired work that blended newly recorded music with samples from obscure and long lost albums from the 60s and 70s. This approach … Continue reading Album review: Nilson – Here & Now

Album review: Alula Down – Postcards From Godley Moor, Summer 2020

Album artwork Words by Grey Malkin Alula Down, Hereford's Mark Waters and Kate Gathercole, have been at the forefront (alongside compatriots Sproatly Smith) of their locale's 'weirdshire' scene and accompanying series of mini festivals that have showcased the likes of Trappist Afterland, David Colohan and In Gowan Ring. Over the last five years they have … Continue reading Album review: Alula Down – Postcards From Godley Moor, Summer 2020