Single Premiere: Henry Parker – Nine Herbs Charm

MOOF Magazine are delighted to share with you 'Nine Herbs Charm', the second single to be released off psych-folk singersongwriter Henry Parker’s forthcoming album ‘Lammas Fair’, and whilst the title track was more of a folk-rock affair this new song is an acoustic, groove based, psych folk track featuring the incredible flute playing of Theo … Continue reading Single Premiere: Henry Parker – Nine Herbs Charm

EP review: Black Cat Revue – The Ballad of Django & Fuzz

Words by Lady Godiva Beware, an earth tremor of epic magnitude has come to shake our planet, hail Black Cat Revue! Back with their new EP The Ballad of Django & Fuzz, these hell raisers emerge from another dimension to feast on our mere mortals' ears.  In its human form, this four-piece is based in … Continue reading EP review: Black Cat Revue – The Ballad of Django & Fuzz

Album review: Adam Geoffrey Cole – Fallowing

Words by Grey Malkin Adam Geoffrey Cole is probably best known for the albums he released with various choice contributors under the banner of Trappist Afterland, who have become a byword for some of the most genuinely exciting, ambitious and innovative psych folk over the last decade. Whether considering 2016’s ornate and detailed ‘God’s Good … Continue reading Album review: Adam Geoffrey Cole – Fallowing

Album Review: The Shadracks – From Human Like Forms

Words by Lady Godiva Intriguing band names are few and far between but Brits do it better. If you haven't heard of The Shadracks, make sure to right that wrong. Shadrack is a name of Babylonian origin which literally means Command of Aku, the Moon God. Shadrack was one of the three Hebrew captives who … Continue reading Album Review: The Shadracks – From Human Like Forms

Album review: Hill – Metaflections

Words by Grey Malkin Hill, Brighton based Pete Piskov's avant-psych project, have been issuing some of the most inventive and creatively free music upon the underground since their eponymously titled debut in 2016. Several missives have followed; not least 2020's 'Into Outta This World' and its sister release 'Into This Outer World', which saw Hill … Continue reading Album review: Hill – Metaflections