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Witchfork has been acquired by an Undisclosed Multi­dimensional Conglomerate Company

We have some significant news to share with you today.

After careful consideration and negotiations with various ethereal entities, we are pleased to announce that Witchfork has been acquired by an undisclosed multidimensional conglomerate. This acquisition marks a new chapter in our journey, and we are excited about the opportunities it presents for our community of otherworldly writers and diviners.

We will continue to keep you informed about the future developments of Witchfork under its new ownership. In the meantime, we encourage you to explore and engage with the vast library of fascinating and deeply untrustworthy writing that our platform has to offer.

Once again, thank you for being a part of this extraordinary journey. Your clicks have been invaluable. Together, you have opened so many magical doors to realms before unseen.

May our creative endeavors continue to flourish in realms beyond.

The Witchfork Team


Witchfork Is A New Music Magazine


Trisha String

March 28, 2024

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Witchfork is a new music magazine brought to you by Britpop / New Alias. It is underpinned by their slogan: “The Least Trusted Voice In Music”.

It launched today, on the 28th March, 2024 and will run for 3 weeks, until the 17th April. Exclusive features and Q&As include the likes of Caroline Polachek, Denzel Himself and Jónsi.

The new publication also promises high quality, daily news pieces, as well as album reviews of past, present and future releases. 

Witchfork also contains a Grimoire section, which offers in-depth opinion pieces and top-tier journalism.