The photographer capturing the modern-day Witches of Los Angeles

Photographer Zander Fieschko grew up in Pittsburgh and studied Cinematography and Sociology at Emerson College in Boston before moving to Los Angeles. His most recent and ongoing project seeks to capture the contemporary witchcraft practitioners of LA. About the project Fieschko writes: Here is a project about Witches. As many subjects have freely admitted, this … Continue reading The photographer capturing the modern-day Witches of Los Angeles

Review: The Jangling Man – The Martin Newell Story

The Jangling Man film premiere Thursday 29th September 2022 at Hackney Picturehouse. Words by Emmally Parsons Illustrations by Joe Munro Introducing the man who did an eco-green tour via bicycle before it was deemed woke or a marketing stunt. Martin Newell…  “He’ll gladly tangle with the weeds And meet all your herbacious needs And then … Continue reading Review: The Jangling Man – The Martin Newell Story

Celebrating the Artists behind the Welsh Language Music Scene: Swyn Sain (The Sights of Sain) at Ara Deg

Swyn Sain (The Sights of Sain) handbook front/back cover Words by Melanie Xulu From the 25th to 28th August, music and arts festival Ara Deg takes place at Neuadd Ogwen, a community arts centre in Bethesda, on the edge of Snowdonia in North Wales. Curated by Gruff Rhys, the festival is a celebration of music … Continue reading Celebrating the Artists behind the Welsh Language Music Scene: Swyn Sain (The Sights of Sain) at Ara Deg

Moog Unveil Multi-Sensory Sound Studio Kit

I'm sure Moog need no introduction to readers of MOOF. Developed by analogue synth pioneer Dr. Bob Moog in the early 1960s, Moog have been at the forefront of electronic music for decades. Last month the company unveiled the Moog Sound Studio, a brand new synthesizer experience from Moog Music which includes all the tools and creative … Continue reading Moog Unveil Multi-Sensory Sound Studio Kit

Life in Lockdown with: Martin Newell of The Cleaners From Venus

Illustration by @imocrossland Interview by Emmally Parsons How has the last couple of weeks been for you? Have you been isolating with your wife at your home in Essex? MN: I’ve been mostly by myself here in my studio/home/workplace. I’m not married. I have a partner but unluckily for me, she’s in another social group, … Continue reading Life in Lockdown with: Martin Newell of The Cleaners From Venus

Eclectic Ladyland: Jimi Hendrix’s record collection

Eclectic Ladyland: Jimi Hendrix’s record collection Sean Doherty of Handel & Hendrix runs through a selection of records from Jimi Hendrix's personal collection, from Ravi Shankar to The Red Crayola... Words by Sean Doherty Jimi Hendrix’s music is most often categorised as Psychedelic Rock. It’s true that his use of ground-breaking guitar effects, ambient overdubs … Continue reading Eclectic Ladyland: Jimi Hendrix’s record collection

MOOF Magazine’s Lockdown Film Recommendations

Words by Melanie Xulu With a lot of us stuck at home and with more spare time on our hands during these scary and uncertain times, I've compiled a list of films I always seem to find myself returning to, from Walkabout to Withnail & I. Hopefully there are a few things amongst this list … Continue reading MOOF Magazine’s Lockdown Film Recommendations

Haunting Ourselves – A Year In The Country: Straying From The Pathways

Haunting Ourselves - A Year In The Country: Straying From The Pathways Words by Grey Malkin Now almost in its sixth year, the A Year In The Country project (helmed by Stephen Prince) has given birth to numerous hauntological musical excursions on its associated record label, not least on the continuing series of compilation albums that merge … Continue reading Haunting Ourselves – A Year In The Country: Straying From The Pathways

Five Departed Artists We Wish We Could Hear In 2019

It can be said with some degree of fairness that modern music has gotten somewhat soulless, at least on the popular front. True music lovers can always find something with real heart and soul, or at least genuine creativity, to listen to, and there are always artists producing. However, the stuff topping the charts - … Continue reading Five Departed Artists We Wish We Could Hear In 2019

From Avándaro to Autodestrucción, an interview with Victor Moreno of Medusa

Interview and words by Angie Moon Everybody knows Woodstock, that one festival in upstate New York that took place from 15-17 August 1969. It's arguably the most famous and legendary music festival ever. Songs like "Woodstock" and "For Yasgur's Farm" were written about that incredible, one-of-a-kind weekend. A Woodstock film was released in 1970. Pretty much any classic rock … Continue reading From Avándaro to Autodestrucción, an interview with Victor Moreno of Medusa