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

Alone in the Wilderness: Troubadourial Transmissions from after Sundown

Words by Paul Hillery There seem to be a good many records in the vinyl ether being described as Loner, Downer or Outsider Folk. While I wouldn’t be as presumptuous to think I could define what those terms actually mean, I can say with some certainty that the tracks below may well fall into one … Continue reading Alone in the Wilderness: Troubadourial Transmissions from after Sundown

Jack Hopkin’s Curiosity Shoppe, No. 9

Jack Hopkin opens the doors to the ever-curious "Curiosity Shoppe" for the ninth time, bringing you the best psychedelic music recommendations, from the Bonzo Dog Doo Dah Band, the Idle Race, and The Moles, to Turquoise, and The Beacon Street Union...

Artist spotlight: Dawn Aquarius

MOOF chats to psychedelic artist, DJ, owner of Cosmik Folly, and far-out flower child, Dawn Aquarius, about her groovy artwork and inspirations... MOOF: How did you get into 60's music, art, etc? Is it something you've always been around? DA: I suppose I grew up in it, by way of my parents. My dad has always … Continue reading Artist spotlight: Dawn Aquarius

Grey Malkin’s Acid Folk Overview

Grey Malkin, known for creating spectacularly spooky Wyrd folk via The Hare and The Moon, runs through some of his all-time favourite acid folk records...

Album of the week: Sunset Glow (1975)

Words by Vanessa Pettendorfer Would recommend if you’re a fan of: Alice Coltrane, Robert Wyatt, Sandy Denny, Curved Air, Pentangle, Room, Tim Buckley Through the cover’s lens you look upon a scene which represents one dimension of earth and time, the cloudy sky and it's reflection in the ocean at dusk. It must be a … Continue reading Album of the week: Sunset Glow (1975)

Album of the week: Just a Poke (1970)

Would recommend if you’re a fan of: Frank Zappa, Santana, Gong, Budgie Words by Vanessa Pettendorfer This brightly coloured eye-catcher of an album cover is a striking example of the album as a whole; sleeve design, title, band name and music fit symbolically together, so that every part indicates the other ones. Even those epic … Continue reading Album of the week: Just a Poke (1970)