MOOF Magazine is an underground print magazine with a penchant for the more obscure. Covering a wide array of countercultural music, film, art and history, the magazine has amassed a worldwide following and loyal readership. Inspired by the acid-drenched publications of the 60s/70s/ such as Oz and Gandalf’s Garden, MOOf’s goal is to the keep the underground press alive and weird.
This issue features interviews with Pete Brown, Dana Gillespie, Gruff Rhys, Alex Merry and Benjamin Myers, as well as features about the lesser-known UK free festivals, Argentinian underground magazine Expreso Imaginario, Gwawr Records, The New Eves, Burd Ellen, Aphex Twin, album/live music reviews & much more. Cover artwork by Jeremy Deller.