TQ29 is now available 


The TQ Summit - Joe Murray chats with Andy Wood, David Howcroft and Ash Cooke about all things TQ - and a lot more.

An interview with R Weis about his new album on TQN-aut 'Cassette Assembled Scores for Dance; 1991-1993'

Lee Etherington (TUSK Festival Director) discusses the future of music post - Brexit

An interview with Wormhole Records label head honcho

The 100th Weird Garden - delving back in time to get us to the 100th show

Gig and album reviews including; Bodies on Everest supported by Lump Hammer and Penance Stare, The Nameless Book - As the Dirt is Beginning to Settle, Gidouille - Massive Sensory Overload, Weird Harvest     - A Collection

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