What people are saying about TQ
“Notable new publications include Andy Wood’s TQ. Andy played a blinder here by creating a regular, substantial paper zine and promoting it via that fancy social media that everyone uses nowadays. With only half-a-dozen issues published he already has a bunch of great contributors and (over) a hundred subscribers. More power to him”
Rob Hayler (Radio Free Midwich) review of 2017
“Andy should be super proud of TQ zine, mind you I had total confidence in him. It was clear from meeting him that he has an encyclopaedic knowledge of music, open ears, and a tremendous energy – you can’t fail with that formula”
Joe Murray aka Posset
“The zine is enthusiastic and the descriptive writing is a pleasure to read”
Lauraine Sinclair/ subscriber
“A DIY zine by one of the most passionate experimental music fans I know”
Davy Reed/ subscriber
"Congratulations on TQ, one of the highlights of 2017"
Dr A Reed/ subscriber
“A great read, with the benefit of one voice, and the sense that we are tapping into the muso-head of a devotee of good sounds”
Nigel Pownceby/ subscriber
“An excellent resource for those of us into the less standard, non-formularised areas of music/sound” -
Ade Hodges, Experimental Electronic musician
"I finally subscribed to TQ and i got my first issue yesterday. It is superb. Everything a fanzine style music mag should be. Hats off!"
Kieran Mahon - subscriber
"It's a great read and I'm glad to get to know even more underground noise / experimental musics, plus all the gig reports, since I'm never going to see any of these in Greece. I especially dig the bigger pieces, like the This Heat live story, and the Blyth interview."
Chrysovalantis Kampragkos - subscriber from Greece