Breaking Point physical CD: £8.99 inc p&p. 

Who the hell are Hoodoo Zephyr?

Hoodoo Zephyr are an Aberdeen-based four-piece band who have been variously described as 'Cosmic Rock', 'Eco Rock', 'Polk Rock' (we think that's a Punk/Folk mixture, but who knows, really...) 'Hardcore Country and North-Eastern', and 'that bloody noise' (Mrs. Gladys E. Thribb).  

An unlikely blend of dysfunctional personality types, demented obsessives and twisted musical ideologies, the music they create reflects the personalities of the players. It is a strange brew of bowel crushing rock, textured folky stuff and off-the-wall political satire. 

Back in the day, 'when all this were fields', they were one of Aberdeen's best loved unsigned bands, and now they're back.  

This is not a love song. 


Hoodoo News: 07/02/20

The last year has been an interesting mix of chaos, catastrophes, injuries and general sods law for the guys, but the good news is: THEY’RE BACK! (again.) 

Everybody’s arms are now working, their faculties are mostly in place (well… as much as they ever were) and they’ve got a whole raft of gigs lined up for this year. 

Check out the gig list page for more details.

Deeside Inn, Ballater: Saturday 14th March 2020

The Airedale, Logie Coldstone: Friday 3rd April 2020

Deeside Inn, Ballater: Friday 3rd July 2020

Newton Arms, Newtonhill, Stonehaven: Awaiting confirmation

Deeside Inn, Ballater: Friday 4th September 2020

Old Blackfriars, Aberdeen: Awaiting confirmation

Hoodoo News: 11/07/18

So the guys wrote an anti-Trump song for a laugh. Everyone who heard it loved it, so they made a quick video for it and threw it around facebook. Long story short, much to their amusement, it went a bit viral... 'Donald Medley' has had over 40,000 views, and the Press and Journal ran an article on it... 

Sadly Zephyr couldn’t make it to their 'local' Trump protest at Balmedie as two of the band were away and one had a temporarily unusable arm, but hey, they were there in spirit.