David Bixby Interview by Dean Merrell

Just after New Year’s Day, 2023 I had the privilege of interviewing David Bixby about his recent performances.  It was a fitting time of year to hear his story of performing in Copenhagen, Denmark and there experiencing the Nordic tradition of Hygge, a Danish word meaning “to give courage, comfort, joy”.  Nordic people are renownedContinue reading “David Bixby Interview by Dean Merrell”

Derrick Hart Interview – by Issy Condon

A Kansas Native, a self-proclaimed troubadour, and an explorer of the inherent ironies of being human, Derrick Hart brings a particular authenticity to the experimental folk genre. In his 2011 album, “The Shock You Experience at the Sudden Recollection of the Moment You Were Conceived”, Derrick allows the reader to dive into his thoughts, hisContinue reading “Derrick Hart Interview – by Issy Condon”

Justin Jackley – Visual Artist

Justin Jackley is a freelance artist and graphic designer living in the Austin area in central Texas. He frequently creates album cover artwork, posters/fliers, t-shirt/sticker design for various bands and musicians on a local and international level. He also serves as an illustrator and journalist for It’s Psychedelic Baby Magazine out of Slovenia and createsContinue reading “Justin Jackley – Visual Artist”

Dalrymple and the Wild Daimons Interview: a Mystic Seeker and a Seer of Sound

Dalrymple and the Wild Daimons are a psychedelic/rock/neo-classical/chamber-doom band. This ensemble brings drama, theater, music and puppetry to the stage. Dalrymple himself is a mystic seeker and a seer of sound. This man wrote an album called Make Believe for tho`se of you who have had a traumatic and troubled childhood. Let the music washContinue reading “Dalrymple and the Wild Daimons Interview: a Mystic Seeker and a Seer of Sound”

Issy Josephine, Intern Journalist Harbinger Magazine

  We welcome Issy Josephine as a new intern journalist for Harbinger Magazine. Issy loves the vintage psych-folk genre in its many shades, including the likes of David Bixby, Linda Perhacs, Vashti, Bunyan, Robert Lester Folsom, and too many others to list here. She also loves to write poetry, some of which has recently beenContinue reading “Issy Josephine, Intern Journalist Harbinger Magazine”

Madison McLean – Journalist

 We welcome Madison McLean as a new intern journalist for Harbinger Magazine.  They come to us with a deep passion for creative writing, grass roots style publication, experimental audio recording, and a love of folk music.  Born and raised in Kentucky, they are an outspoken lover of their home state and its modern resurgence ofContinue reading “Madison McLean – Journalist”

The Continuous Journey of Alan Munson, an interview by Jiah Carron

The Continuous Journey of Alan Munson, an interview by Jiah Carron The cliches of obscure, mysterious, posthumous discovery often end up the albatross around the neck of artists in the “Outsider” niche. At a certain point, the brunt of the attention can be sustained by the mythos rather than the art itself, making for aContinue reading “The Continuous Journey of Alan Munson, an interview by Jiah Carron”

Hear Morning Sun by Karen y los remedios, Z.A.M.P.A.

Morning Sun by Karen y los remedios, Z.A.M.P.A. Art by Robin Gnista On October 14th, Harbinger Records premiered Karen y Los Remedios’ cover of “Morning Sun” with guitar contribution from Z.A.M.P.A, the second single for the forthcoming Dave Bixby’s Harbinger Orchestra Compilation on Its Psychedelic Baby Magazine. Karen y Los Remdios’ ethereal interpretation of theContinue reading “Hear Morning Sun by Karen y los remedios, Z.A.M.P.A.”

It’s Psychedelic Baby Magazine premieres Karen y Los Remedios feat. Z.A.M.P.A.’s cover of Dave Bixby’s Morning Sun

Today, It’s Psychedelic Baby magazine shared Karen y Los Remedios feat. Z.A.M.P.A’s stunning version of “Morning Sun” off Dave Bixby’s 1969 album Ode to Quetzalcoatl. You can read all about it and hear the chill-inducing track here. Thanks to It’s Psychedelic Baby for sharing!

Brent Sutton : Bio by Dean Merrell

    Brent Sutton is known for his guitar talent. Mainly in the genre of metal and heavy rock, his music is infused with heavy, melodic, progressive guitar drive.  However, he still finds time to excel in acoustic guitar, when the need presents itself.      Based in rural Williams, Arizona, much of his music finds it audience through his publications onContinue reading “Brent Sutton : Bio by Dean Merrell”