Album review: Moongazing Hare – The Middle Distance

Source: album artwork Words by Grey Malkin Moongazing Hare, the public persona of musician and artist David Folkmann Drost, has been working on the fringes of intimate and experimental psych folk for several years now, to both significant acclaim and accomplishment. Collaborating at times with fellow like-minded travellers such as Trappist Afterland and United Bible … Continue reading Album review: Moongazing Hare – The Middle Distance

Album review: Rokurokubi – Iris, Flower of Violence

Album artwork Words by Grey Malkin Brighton based psychedelic folk duo Rokurokubi (Rose and Edmund) first emerged in 2019, as if out of the pages of a copy of Perrault’s 'Fairy Tales', or from somewhere deep within Lewis Carrol’s imagination, with their debut recording ‘Saturn in Pisces’. An elaborately adorned, paisley patterned masterclass in wyrd … Continue reading Album review: Rokurokubi – Iris, Flower of Violence

Single premiere: Great Silkie – “Nothing Will Change”

Great Silkie, photo by Erika Denis Febles MOOF Magazine are delighted to premiere the brand new single “Nothing Will Change” by London trio Great Silkie, from their forthcoming album Dawn Chorus due for release 9th August 2021 via Crocodile Laboratories. Great Silkie consists of Sam Davies on vocals and guitar (and some Fender Rhodes),Andrew Saunders on … Continue reading Single premiere: Great Silkie – “Nothing Will Change”