Words by Lady Godiva Intriguing band names are few and far between but Brits do it better. If you haven't heard of The Shadracks, make sure to right that wrong. Shadrack is a name of Babylonian origin which literally means Command of Aku, the Moon God. Shadrack was one of the three Hebrew captives who … Continue reading Album Review: The Shadracks – From Human Like Forms
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Album review: The Drama Kings – Batcave
Source: album artwork Words by Lady Godiva “Release the bats! Release the bats! Pump them up and explode the things.” Nearly four decades after The Birthday Party's "Release The Bats'”, the mystical creatures of darkness are still an inexhaustible source of inspiration. Fun fact, Batcave was recorded at Swamp Land, another reference to the iconic … Continue reading Album review: The Drama Kings – Batcave
EP Premiere: The Liquorice Experiment – Here And Now
MOOF favourites The Liquorice Experiment are a four piece band who sound more like they've time travelled from the West Coast in the 60's than modern day London. They've recently released their second EP of 2019, Here and Now, recorded in Fish Studios and produced by Ed Deegan (Holly Gollightly,The Flaming Stars, Oh! Gunquit) Make sure … Continue reading EP Premiere: The Liquorice Experiment – Here And Now
Album of the week: Magic Lantern (1968)
Our very first 'album of the week' rightfully goes to Chicago-based psychedelic rockers, Haymarket Square, and their album, Magic Lantern.