EP Premiere: Flare Voyant – Seeds Of The Flamboyant

MOOF are delighted to premiere the latest release from London based but 'borderless' band, Flare Voyant - a group fast approaching the forefront of London's burgeoning neo-psych scene. The tracks on this EP were recorded long before their previous release, and have now finally come to the surface. In fact, these songs are what turned legendary … Continue reading EP Premiere: Flare Voyant – Seeds Of The Flamboyant

Album review: Lake Ruth – Birds of America

Words by Gareth Thompson Lake Ruth aren’t the first band to evoke those neon nights when our need for affection, or connection, grips deepest. But this New York act, formed in 2015 by Hewson Chen, lends its own twist to rock’s long and heartsore history. Key to their sound is vocalist Allison Brice, whose giddy … Continue reading Album review: Lake Ruth – Birds of America

Read Your Book And Lose Yourself… ‘You Know What You Could Be: Tuning Into The 1960s’

Renowned psychedelic historian and fervent Stringhead, Andy Roberts, reviews 'You Know What You Could Be: Tuning Into The 1960s' by Mike Heron & Andrew Greig... Words by Andy Roberts The Incredible String Band were, I’d suggest, unarguably, the Ur-psychedelic folk band. Following Robin Williamson’s sojourn in Morocco and Clive Palmer’s overland odyssey to Afghanistan in 1965, … Continue reading Read Your Book And Lose Yourself… ‘You Know What You Could Be: Tuning Into The 1960s’

2017 End Of Year Review

2017 was a rather big year, wasn't it? The gathering of tribes which allowed for the creation and longevity of MOOF is something that arguably could only have been made possible in this epochal year. As we stagger out of the all-night party of the past twelve months and jump onto the buoyant lily pad … Continue reading 2017 End Of Year Review