Album review: ZEUK – Crow Spanner

Source: album artwork Words by Grey Malkin Zeuk, aka Cardiff based psychedelic troubadour Marc Roberts, has pursued a consistently curious and creative artistic path since the release of his debut, ‘Zeuk’, in 2013 on the Reverb Worship label. A glorious, intimate and highly personal piece of acid folk painted in wild, romantic colours and adorned … Continue reading Album review: ZEUK – Crow Spanner

Album review: Daniel M. Griffin – You’re Gonna Lose Your Mind

Source: album artwork Words by Lady Godiva Is the world bringing you down?  Take a time machine pill to yesteryear's colorful and vibrant universe with Daniel Griffin's analog concept record, You're Gonna Lose Your Mind. Get ready for a trip down the rabbit hole, on par with Alice in Wonderland. First, you are told you're … Continue reading Album review: Daniel M. Griffin – You’re Gonna Lose Your Mind

Album review: Babe Rainbow – Changing Colours

Source: album artwork Words by Alexandra Dominica Ah, Babe Rainbow. Who could forget our darling neo-psych boys from down under? This brand new record has us moving through from Byron Bay to the nexus of sound and music mecca - Laurel Canyon in the 70s.  It’s been a while, we’ve missed them and boy are … Continue reading Album review: Babe Rainbow – Changing Colours

Album review: Leave Your Body Behind – Post Mortem Paradise

Source: album artwork Words by Lady Godiva Leave Your Body Behind, a misleading dark name for a band that sounds surprisingly mellow. A closer look at their sophomore album title Post Mortem Paradise also contrasts with the initial austerity and one is led to a land with no skeletons in the closet indeed, but merely … Continue reading Album review: Leave Your Body Behind – Post Mortem Paradise

Album review: Matt Berry – The Blue Elephant

Source: album artwork Words by Grey Malkin Matt Berry, musician, actor, voiceover and writer, is undoubtedly something of a renaissance man. For the general public he is perhaps best recognised from his television work as characters such as Toast of London, Sanchez from Darkplace or Beef from House of Fools. However, Berry has also been … Continue reading Album review: Matt Berry – The Blue Elephant

Album review: Electric Looking Glass – Somewhere Flowers Grow

Source: album artwork Words by Alexandra Dominica One pill makes you larger and one pill makes you small - go ask Alice when she’s ten feet tall. Follow this LA quartet down the rabbit hole and you’ll find this technicoloured Electric Looking Glass. MOOF Magazine are delighted to announce the debut LP from this many-hued … Continue reading Album review: Electric Looking Glass – Somewhere Flowers Grow

Album review: Hooveriii – Water For The Frogs

Source: Album artwork Words by Lady Godiva 2021, a space odyssey: Space travellers Hooveriii are back with their second ignition and have expanded their sonic palette since their debut record, released in 2018. The five piece from Los Angeles has crafted a powerful space rocket fuelled with a magic potion of krautrock and jazzy pop, … Continue reading Album review: Hooveriii – Water For The Frogs

Album review: The Peacers – Blexxed Rec

Source: album artwork Words by Alexandra Dominica Three years after their 2017 sophomore release, The Peacers have once again returned to us with a third album Blexxed Rec - a golden artillery of dazzlingly experimental sounds. With such an eclectic and tantalising array of influences from Glam rock, to Baroque to Garage fusion, ‘Blexxed Rec’ … Continue reading Album review: The Peacers – Blexxed Rec

Album review: New Bums – Last Time I Saw Grace

Source: album artwork Words by Lady Godiva About half a century after Jack Kerouac and Gary Snyder's shamanic adventures, The Dharma Bums, New Bums surfaced whilst kicking their heels in San Francisco, reinventing bohemian life and releasing their debut in 2014. After a long time on the road interrupted by the pandemic, this year welcomes … Continue reading Album review: New Bums – Last Time I Saw Grace

Album review: Firefay – Tales of Monsters and Fairies

Source: album artwork Words by Grey Malkin London based Firefay have been quietly releasing their consistently engaging and unique takes on psychedelic folk for a number of years, delighting and bewitching in equal measure with releases such as 'Anointed Queen' (recorded with Alison O'Donnell of Mellow Candle and United Bible Studies) and the breathtaking 'The … Continue reading Album review: Firefay – Tales of Monsters and Fairies