Al Heaney. Photo by Emma Collins. MOOF Magazine are delighted to premiere the brand new music video for "Walk" by Essential Forever, the creative project of Chicago's Al Heaney, who began the project after crate-digging through bargain bins at record stores and finding essential compilations from artists he wasn't familiar with. He was then inspired to … Continue reading Music video premiere: Essential Forever – “Walk”
Words by Wermod A rundown of curio pop and audio miscellanea from the Wermod vaults featuring a host of no hit wonders with the greatest of potential and the quirkiest of productions that failed to find an audience the first time around but are primed for rediscovery. From first commercial releases of 80s pop stars … Continue reading Wermod’s Summer Record Rundown
Featured image: Axe Would recommend if you're a fan of: Kak, Tea Company, Ant Trip Ceremony, Ford Theatre, Jefferson Airplane Back in 1969, psychedelic music had already been exposed to the masses for a number of years. In fact, many major recording artists of the time that had previously experimented with music in the psychedelic vein, had already moved … Continue reading Album of the week: Axe Music (1969)
Rhy Jones of welsh-speaking folk-horror tinged hauntology band, Wermod, runs through some of the most curious Welsh language records.
Robert Lee runs through his top 10 folk rock charity shop/bargain bin picks
Our third 'album of the week' goes to floaty folk-pop album, "Evensong", released in 1972.
Celebrating the life of bisexual singer-songwriter, pianist, and women’s-rights activist, Laura Nyro, as part of pride month
Track-by-track album review of Lord Of The Ages (1973) by English progressive folk group, Magna Carta