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  • Album Review: Shiver by Caracol | TQS Magazine
    YouTube video of a 20 year old frizzy haired Celine Dion in a net puffball skirt singing Ne Partez Pas Sans Moi for the Eurovision Song Contest But fear not reader Caracol has put the cool into Quebec Quool with a pop sassiness that glistens over darker depths The album opens with All The Girls a pleasant and whimsical melody that along with tracks Strange Film and Good Reasons plays on a psychedelic aesthetic with a nod to a Beach Boys like preppiness Following this is the excellent title track and then later on Kiss of a Fool which similar to Shiver is another delightful pop gem and sees Caracol exude a rocky sexiness to offset the bouncy choruses Shhh Don t anyone tell Katy Perry about this track as I can see her falling over her California Gurls era ice cream boobs to do a cover version replete with overt technicolour video and outfit obvs When the French sung tracks come along on the album they do not jar in fact they are excellent and the language really lends itself to her indie vibrato singing style with Blanc Mercredi and Certitudes both powerful self assured pieces of songwriting However Caracol s voice sounds the best on the deeper and darker cuts on the album such as Sailor Boy with only a paired down Ukelele backing track and on the final track of the album The Sabres of Truth It s here that you see the real roots that Caracol has drawn from think Court Spark Hissing of Summer Lawns era Joni Mitchell for the vocal delivery and penchant for story telling If Laura Marling is the Heir Apparent Caracol is the fun naughty sister who ran away lived with abandonment and has now returned to regale us with her

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  • The Civil Wars ‘The Civil Wars’ – Album Review | TQS Magazine
    a rasp together it meshes and elevates the storytelling to a conversation beyond a simple duet Covers of Etta James Tell Mama and the Smashing Pumpkins song Disarm are both wistful and elegant arrangements that show a restraint that is uniquely beautiful allowing a very real intensity to form and give both songs a new outlook Also on display throughout the album is a talent for musical layering and harmony The album veers from narrative to self reflection Dust to Dust and Same Old Same Old represent The Civil Wars storytelling at it s best with the former described by Williams as an anthem for the lonely and the latter a conversation between a couple trying to fix their broken relationship The track Sacred Heart written in Paris and sung in French is less successful and sounds a little pedestrian next to the spit and grit of some of the other tracks perhaps in an album where storytelling is so central to drop into another language uproots the listeners journey too much However there is much on this album to admire and sitting prettily alongside the ballads of double crossing and damage are the more uptempo roots songs such as Oh Henry which sees Joy talking to her philandering man Oh Henry you ve got something to tell me she cries in a classic country chorus Another standout track is I Had Me A Girl which sees John Paul take central stage his down and dirty tones are underused on this album and when in full effect amply represent the heritage and soul of Americana It s like traveling to an old world via the new world but it s certainly worth the trip THE CIVIL WARS will be released on August 6 th 2013 through Columbia Records Review by

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  • New Track: From this Valley by The Civil Wars | TQS Magazine
    t wait Sharing is caring Facebook Twitter Tumblr Pinterest Featured Music About admin View all posts by admin Read Previous Competition Win Tickets to Live by the Lake Read Next Men s Fashion Finds 31 Antoine Stanley How to hold a wine glass and other forgotten rules of dining etiquette March 23 2016 Winter Show at Plus One Gallery January 25 2016 Review The Curious Incident Of The Dog In

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  • Guide to surving Reading & V Festival | TQS Magazine
    yourself for missing out No one wants to hate themselves With that in mind we ve created this handy guide on how to make the most of being stuck in a field getting sunburnt first of all though you ll need to visit StubHub to get your tickets to V Festival and click here for tickets to Reading Festival Proceed with eyes wide open and a pen There will be a quiz Step 1 Pack extra socks Your feet are going to stink after half an hour max Having some fresh socks to change into will make you feel like a GOD and that s always nice Step 2 Don t give your number out to festival friends You re going to meet some interesting people but do you really want to have to speak to the man who helped tie dye your tent ever again Him being a nutter that once might be hilarious but what if he s like that all the ti me You d get sick of him you d probably grow to hate him you might want to tie dye his face with your fists Not worth the risk really Step 3 Stay off Instagram Do you enjoy having friends Keep it that way by not sharing all the fun you re having with all the people who couldn t manage to go Step 4 Don t let anyone sit on your shoulders Guys a she s not going to sleep with you unless b she s your girlfriend in which case you don t need to win her over again by ruining everyone else s view There is no quiz Sharing is caring Facebook Twitter Tumblr Pinterest Music About admin View all posts by admin Read Previous Tango s Intense New Advert Read Next

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  • Music | TQS Magazine - Part 2
    Yamaha Silent Sessions with HJ Lim June 25 2013 1 comment Pianist HJ Lim plays classical music through London at 6am without annoying anyone Find out how inside Vampire Weekend directed by Steve Buscemi American Express Unstaged May 23 2013 no comments Unstaged An Original Series from American Express is a series of live and digitally streamed performances including Vampire Weekend Justin Timberlake and Jay Z confirmed for Wireless 2013 April 21 2013 no comments Having drawn music s biggest names since 2005 Wireless festival has become a landmark in the UK s music scene This year s taking place 12th 14th July in the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park is perhaps going to be the biggest yet What you should be listening to this week April 16 2013 no comments What you should be listening to this week including Florrie Basement Jaxx and Phoenix Review David Bowie Exhibiton at the V A March 26 2013 no comments Kirsty Hulse reviews the current David Bowie exhibition at the V A museum London What you should be listening to this week Daft Punk Little Boots AlunaGeorge March 25 2013 no comments Our roundup of the week s best music Conor and Rita

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  • Music | TQS Magazine - Part 3
    week including Azealia Banks and Chloe Howl Paloma Faith Black Blue live at the Apollo February 28 2013 no comments Watch a characteristically classy performance of Paloma Faith live at the O2 Apollo Manchester Review Scissor Sisters Live in Victoria Park February 19 2013 no comments They have toured the world collaborated with the likes of Elton John and Kylie Minogue sold millions of albums Now following their recent UK 2012 Tour and their latest album this brand new DVD contains the stunningly electrifying Lovebox performance and plenty of rubber from the Scissor Sisters at Victoria Park in London on 17 July 2011 Melt Festival 2013 The acts you can t miss February 19 2013 no comments Nearly 60 acts have been confirmed for this year s Melt Festival and another 60 are to be announced But who should you be excited about Video The Prodigy Live at O2 Academy Brixton February 2 2013 no comments Watch an electric clip of the Prodigy at the o2 academy in Brixton Hurts announce London show in Feb 2013 December 4 2012 no comments Hurts have announced two new live dates for February 2013 in London and Berlin Excited face CeeLo Green release

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  • Music | TQS Magazine - Part 4
    no comments What you should be listening to this week featuring Alt J Waylayers Dog is Dead and Lola Dutronic Interview Jenn D formally known as Vela October 17 2012 no comments We caught up with Liverpool pop vixen Jenn D to talk about her music her influences and what she gets up to when she s not making music Gig review The Enemy at Leeds 02 October 11 2012 no comments After a summer of successful festival appearances the trio embarked on their first tour in three years and were largely enjoyed by the sometimes unforgiving Leeds crowd Album review Incorruptible Heart by Lavender Diamond October 9 2012 no comments Incorruptible Heart by Lavender Diamond is soulful without being melodramatic and whimsical without being smug about it Zebra Katz Azealia Banks at Leeds Met Uni Review October 8 2012 no comments Zebra Katz and Njena Reddd Foxx opened the Leeds stop on the Fantasea Tour the Met Union our review What you should be listening to this week ft Robbie Williams Lois The Love and Greenday October 3 2012 no comments This week s musical round up features Robbie Williams new song Candy cryptic lyrics from Richard Hawley and

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  • Music | TQS Magazine - Part 5
    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 Guardian s Six Songs of Me August 13 2012 no comments The powerful emotional response that music evokes is being compiled and celebrated by Guardian Music in their Six Songs of Me project Frank Ocean s Channel Orange Album Review August 7 2012 no comments However vulnerable witty or charming Ocean is in Channel Orange the album is his story that is not meant for himself but for you All the Young Gig Review June 8 2012 no comments 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 Karin Park Highwire Poetry Album Launch June 3 2012 no comments 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

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