MOOF Magazine and The British Library present: Beating the Bounds at The Somers Town Festival 2022, Saturday 9th July from 2pm

MOOF Magazine and The British Librarypresent: Beating the Bounds at The Somers Town Festival 2022, Saturday 9th July from 2pm  Take part in @moofmag's psych-folk spin on an ancient custom this year at Somerstown Festival (Camden's largest street festival) on Saturday 9th July in collaboration with The British Library and Stone Club A celebration of community and identity, the Beating … Continue reading MOOF Magazine and The British Library present: Beating the Bounds at The Somers Town Festival 2022, Saturday 9th July from 2pm

MOOF Magazine’s 5 Year Anniversary Celebration- 1st August 2022

Poster by Caio Wheelhouse Celebrate the underground press, counterculture and DIY psychedelia with live music from Sairie and Wax Machine, Stone Club / MOOF DJs, and a psychedelic light show from Innerstrings. Monday 1st August 2022 7pm - 12amThe Social, 5 Little Portland Street, London W1 Retrospective MOOF exhibition upstairs at The Social from 18 … Continue reading MOOF Magazine’s 5 Year Anniversary Celebration- 1st August 2022

Album Review: Woody Green – S/T

Source: album artwork Words by Lady Godiva In a land across the sea lives a troubadour called Woody. His first name is bucolic and his surname is the color of his native Ireland's clover, hard to find a more pastoral moniker. He takes you on a magic carpet over forests, lakes and hamlets to his … Continue reading Album Review: Woody Green – S/T

EP Review: Brave New World – S/T

Words by Grey Malkin Brave New World have been working creatively and consistently within the psych folk scene for the last six years, issuing two EPs (the excellent Alice and Brave New World) alongside tracks for compilations by the esteemed likes of Fruits Der Mer. Comprised currently of multi-instrumentalist Chris Twigger, his daughter Lydia on … Continue reading EP Review: Brave New World – S/T

Album review: Yama Warashi – Crispy Moon

Album artwork Words by Alexandra Dominica As a contrast to the more lo-fi releases of yesteryear such as the rustic Moon Zero and folksy Moon Egg Yama Warashi have emerged from their creative chrysalis with Crispy Moon, a much more understated yet majestic contribution to their magical opus.  Having ventured from the world of experimental … Continue reading Album review: Yama Warashi – Crispy Moon

Album review: Justin Hopper and Sharron Kraus – Swift Wings

Words by Grey Malkin Sharron Kraus is well established as one of the UK’s most fascinating and endlessly creative psych folk artists, from her solo work to that with Meg Baird and Helena Espvall of Espers, as Rusalnaia with Ex Reverie’s Gillian Chadwick, and with Tara Burke (Fursaxa) as Tau Emerald. She also recently published … Continue reading Album review: Justin Hopper and Sharron Kraus – Swift Wings

Album review: RJ McKendree – Wallflower (Tom Cox’s ‘Villager’ soundtrack)

Source: album artwork Words by Grey Malkin The bestselling author Tom Cox is known to many from different aspects of his written work, be it his much loved My Sad Cat features, his autobiographical works such as 21st Century Yokel (which documents Cox’s life, perspectives and the natural world around his area) as well as, more recently, his … Continue reading Album review: RJ McKendree – Wallflower (Tom Cox’s ‘Villager’ soundtrack)

Album review: Zeuk – Minutes

Words by Grey Malkin Zeuk, aka Cardiff based psychedelic poet and musician Marc Roberts, has been pursuing a highly creative and boldly singular vision since 2013’s debut Zeuk on the Reverb Worship label. A melding of hushed, alluring acid folk and dark Peter Hammill-like emotive power, the album immediately announced Roberts as a cornerstone of … Continue reading Album review: Zeuk – Minutes

Album review: Oddfellow’s Casino – Prince of the Starry Wheel

Album artwork Words by Grey Malkin Described by Stewart Lee as ‘vast chalk hills of sound’, the Brighton-based Oddfellow’s Casino have, in their own words, ‘quietly been releasing albums since 2002’, and have since amassed a cornucopia of electronically hued psychedelic folk. The ensemble’s central figure - songwriter, author and broadcaster David Bramwell - has … Continue reading Album review: Oddfellow’s Casino – Prince of the Starry Wheel

Album review: Sophia Djebel Rose – Métempsycose 

Words by Grey Malkin Operating from out of Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes, France, the work of Sophia Djebel Rose offers a trip down a darkly psychedelic path, one of chanson laced folk replete with odd shadows, thorns and moments of startling beauty. With echoes of Buffy Saint Marie, Leonard Cohen, Low and Anna Von Hausswolff, Djebel Rose’s debut solo album, … Continue reading Album review: Sophia Djebel Rose – Métempsycose