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  • Unearthing Forgotten Horrors Radio Show 13/03/17 - This week’s Unearthing Forgotten Horrors Radio Show features music from Electric Wizard, Burning Saviour, The Rowan Amber Mill, Bob Fox and Stu Luckley, Sharron Kraus, Mark Korven, Pino Donaggio, The Doors, White Noise, Mighty Baby, The Incredible String Band and Mort Garson’s Lucifer. Tune in from 7pm UK time on (a1radio.co.uk) for an evening of … Continue reading Unearthing Forgotten Horrors Radio Show 13/03/17
  • The Wyrd Kalendar – The March Mix - It is March and the Hare has come. Wander the Kalendar Heath with care lest it spy you and hop upon your back to whisper in your ear. Whilst you wander you will be serenaded by Shirley Collins, Pentangle, Jethro Tull, Iron Maiden, The Carter Family, George Formby, Maddy Prior, Igor Stravinsky, Ozric Tentacles, Noah … Continue reading The Wyrd Kalendar – The March Mix
  • The Wyrd Kalendar – The February Mix - It is February. Open the Wyrd Kalendar and venture into a cold world with a young woman who experiences the days of February that the rest of us miss. It is a lonely month but you will have company from The Unthanks, Eels, The Incredible String Band, Colosseum, Jesus Jones, King Creosote, Chungking and others … Continue reading The Wyrd Kalendar – The February Mix
  • Unearthing Forgotten Horrors 23/01/2017 - This week’s Unearthing Forgotten Horrors is the 100th episode of our time with A1 Radio. This special show features new music from The Daughters of Grief, Mortlake Bookclub and Mzylkypop, as well as tracks from Hexvessel, Circulus, Bruno Nicolai, Carlo Maria Cordio, Hermione Harvestman and Sidney Sager. It also features my tribute to legendary Can … Continue reading Unearthing Forgotten Horrors 23/01/2017
  • The Wyrd Kalendar – The January Mix - Join us as we explore the Wyrd Kalendar… Preparing the way for the forthcoming publication Wyrd Kalendar (written by Chris Lambert and illustrated by Andy Paciorek for Wyrd Harvest Press) this explores, celebrates and exorcises the wintry spirits of January whilst giving a flavour of the delights contained within this book of folk horror themed … Continue reading The Wyrd Kalendar – The January Mix
  • Unearthing Forgotten Horrors 26/09/2016 - This week’s Unearthing Forgotten Horrors radio show features music from Blood Ceremony, Witchcraft, Sylvester Anfang II, Stone Breath, The Valerie Project, Fred Myro and Malcolm Seagrove, Eric Peters, Opeth and Palace of Swords. It all kicks off on Monday evening at 7pm UK time on (A1Radio – Online, Anytime) A1Radio – Online, Anytime A1Radio is … Continue reading Unearthing Forgotten Horrors 26/09/2016
  • New Equestrian Vortex CD Released on Reverb Worship - The new Equestrian Vortex CD, Electronic Ritual is now available through Reverb Worship, details below. The album features 4 tracks of pulsing and throbbing electronic psychedelia. This may well be their best release yet. The Equestrian Vortex Electronic Ritual (RW 332) Reverb Worship presents its third release with The Equestrian Vortex.This time they bring you … Continue reading New Equestrian Vortex CD Released on Reverb Worship
  • The Hare And The Moon - If you have not yet discovered The Hare and The Moon ... what are you waiting for? Remedy this and treat your ears to the magnificent tones of some very haunted and haunting folk. The ideal addition to any folk horror music collection.
  • Unearthing Forgotten Horrors Radio Show – 18/1/01 - Unearthing Forgotten Horrors' is an hour-long delve into the darker recesses of the musical underworld. A chance to immerse yourself in obscure horror soundtracks, dark drones, weird electronica, freaky folk, crazed kosmiche and some of the most abhorrent and twisted psychedelia ever committed to vinyl, CD or cassette.
  • Melmoth the Wanderer – Folk Horror Mixes - Shadow master and guardian of the weird and wayward, Melmoth wanders the outer reaches of The Field Bazaar collecting sounds, snatches of spoken word and music that seems as old as the timeworn paths he treads. When the burden of these sounds becomes too much for our devout and religious miscreant he visits the insomniacs and those truly alone offering his harvest as comfort from the silence.