Music | TQS Magazine – Part 5

Originally filmed in 1986, this momentous concert movie has been re-mastered in high definition and superb 5.1 surround sound for its first–ever digital cinema screening.

Filmed at the Wolverhampton Civic Hall in front of an adoring home crowd, the show was the biggest revival story of 2009 and the first time the band had been captured in concert for 28 years.

What do you get when you take three Californian sisters, who spent their youth playing in the family rock band alongside hairbrush singing to 90s RnB?

It is the fag-end of summer and as autumn takes over, here are five bass smashers to set your last summer party on fire: 1. Spectrasoul – Delay No More (Shogun Audio) Clean, slick, relaxed: these are the adjectives often…

The powerful emotional response that music evokes is being compiled and celebrated by Guardian Music in their Six Songs of Me project.

However vulnerable, witty, or charming Ocean is in Channel Orange, the album is his story that is not meant for himself, but for you.

Bounding onstage like a be-lacquered Rick Astley in ubiquitous Roy Orbison shades, vocalist Ryan Dooley appears fairly sure of himself and with a Warner Bros deal secured, some positive recent press and favourable recent testimonials from the likes of Morrissey, why wouldn’t he be?

You could tell that the synth led band were slightly knocked by the lack of electricity, but it worked to their advantage as Karin’s vocals could weave in and out of subtler noises.

Pottering their way out of the Potteries to crashland at the Cockpit this Friday 1st June, All The Young arrive in Leeds with a supersonic vapour trail of expectation in their wake.

As part of the Jack Daniels Campaign JD Roots, The Cribs returned to their hometown of Wakefield last night to perform a career spanning set at the Theatre Royal in Wakefield. Unfortunately, I missed the first support The Black Belles however…