Words by Grey Malkin Brunt Boggart, written by Northampton author and poet David Greygoose, is aptly subtitled 'a tapestry of tales', for within the pages can be found numerous dark legends, Arcadian myths, lost fairy tales and stories drenched in folklore, all expertly woven and weft into a larger and ongoing narrative; that of the journey of the protagonist Greychild. … Continue reading Book review: Brunt Boggart by David Greygoose
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...
"Gentle maidens walking in the garden While they're courted by the knights from the palace of love They are all dressed in white with flowers of palest colour They are all singing songs to the yellow moon above... Come my pretty Oberon trip, trip, trip" 🍄🍄🍄 Two hours of dark and strange medieval style acid-folk … Continue reading A MIDSUMMER NIGHT’S HAPPENING
Welsh "seance-psych" group, Wermod, are this month's 'band to watch'
Mixed media artist Ollie Clixby talks folk-horror, shamanism, Devon, and David Lynch...As a practicing 'hauntologist' and revivalist of folk horror, Oliver themes much of his work around 'the past' and the culturally collective specters which haunt our present. He graduated from University of Westminster, with a BA(hons) in Contemporary Media Practice. Originally intent on becoming a film director, he would instead broaden his mediums and utilise them symbiotically, in order to allow for creative independence and a resulting idiosyncratic style.
A brief look at 'the film that time forgot' The Pied Piper, 1972, starring iconic 60's folk-rock flower-child Donovan as the pied piper.