What’s in the latest Q?
On Wednesday 29 August, Q Magazine will host a special, one-off, strictly-limited capacity event at Terrace Bar at the Tate Modern, London, SE1 with Anna Calvi. The singer-songwriter will be talking through the creation of her excellent new album Hunter, discussing the genesis of the songs and the record’s themes, as well as fielding questions from the audience and treating the crowd to some stripped-down renditions of the tracks. Tickets for the intimate event will go on sale from Dice.FM on Wednesday 8 August, limited to two per person.
Artists on the albums that shaped them.
Have a listen to this…
The new album from Jason Pierce promises to be one of the most expansive bedroom records ever made. It's hard to fathom how its opener is all just one man, a swirling soul ballad that you can't see to the bottom of.
Unseen gems from our recent shoots.
Modern classics from the Q Magazine archive, reissued.
This month, the landmark album of the year was released: Now That’s What I Call Music! 100. It’s the latest instalment of the hits series that began in 1983 and has frequently outsold all-comers since. Peter Robinson investigates its genesis and our surprisingly enduring love affair with the compilation album.