Source: album artwork Words by Armin Enayat In the middle of nowhere, some place beyond the veil of consciousness where life and death fuse together, Starflower's Cosmic Soul gives birth to a baby reborn out of a chaos. Described as psych-folk rock 'n' roll fulfilled with soulful ambience and dressed with the cool swagger of … Continue reading Album review: Bee Appleseed – Starflower’s Cosmic Soul
In a never ending stream of West Coast flavored psychedelic music, it's only inevitable that bands impressive as The Serpent Power would become buried beneath the surface of the musical saga of the 60's. With the majestic vocals of Tina Meltzer included, it's beyond astounding that this group never truly received the recognition they deserved. … Continue reading Album review: The Serpent Power (1967)
I'm always particularly impressed by albums that seem to exist in a vacuum, that create their own unique and inimitable atmosphere. Even more impressive is when this is achieved with minimal studio trickery but rather through the instrumental talent of it's creators. This is the case with the new Lost Harbours album, 'Towers of Silence', … Continue reading Album review: Lost Harbours – Towers of Silence
You can listen to the MOOF radio show now on Mixcloud if you missed it live earlier by clicking the link below: https://www.mixcloud.com/MOOFmag/moof-radio-show-1/ TRACKLISTING: Don't Say No - Speed, Glue & Shinki Soul Vibrations - Dorothy Ashby Egyptian Tomb - Mighty Baby The Tale Of The Spider & The Fly - Synanthesia Forest & The … Continue reading MOOF RADIO SHOW #1
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...
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A magical playlist curated by Jack Hopkin to go along with a feature all about Middle Earth in the upcoming issue of MOOF. "A playlist curated by yours truly, striving to capture the atmosphere of the club at it's peak. Play at night and watch the patterns dance on the walls. Featuring cult classics along … Continue reading MIDDLE EARTH MIX