TQ57 is jam packed with goodies across 36 pages and is available from 18th November.

Read all about;


  • A celebration of the Wormhole World Records label’s 4th birthday

  • A review of the new Derrero album

  • Advance notice of the TQLive 2023 programme of events

  • An interview with Dave Scott and Alex Reed on the eve of their new album release 

  • An extensive feature on ‘split’ releases by guest writer Soloman Tump

  • The 2nd in the ‘Where’s TarQuin’ cover series by Chris Whitehead


…and while stocks last;


  • Radical Ambient Music Manifesto from T. Jervell

  • A download code from St. James Infirmary

  • Wormhole World goodies


Introducing the (T)QR Code. Via a QR code reader app on your smart phone you have access to sounds, images and text associated with features within the current issue of the zine (and more). Content will be available only while the zine is ‘the current issue’. We hope you find the additional content adds to your enjoyment of the zine and helps start you on your inquisitive journey down a myriad of rabbit holes. Please do support the featured artists in any way you can. 


Musical Rivers Through Time. You may know Geoff Fimister as the occasional live gig reviewer for the zine. Geoff has been cataloguing gigs he’s attended since the 60s and it makes fascinating reading and covers a multitude of genres, venues and stories. Starting with this issue Geoff will present one memoir from each decade culled from his extensive notes. 


TarQuin

November 2022



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