Fujiya and Miyagi were back in town for the first time sime the release of their rather brilliant self titled LP that was originally released as 3 EPs. They had us dancing and shouting for more..... First up was Orsha from Leeds who managed to get some amazing sounds out of his macbook - dancey as ...

I've been meaning to catch Euros Childs for ages now and kept on missing him for various reasons.....anyway, tonight I managed to remedy that and was mighty glad I did. Support tonight was from Ed Dowie who's amusing if droll banter gave no hint of the synth-drenched mega reverb ridden vocal overload we were in for.....this ...

This day of Alt country was squeezed between birthdays and was suggested by Dave Hes who in the end couldn't make it due to illness. Dave and Helen came along and the Tomothy Taylor's Ram Tam flowed..... We arrived just as Alessi's Ark were finishing, so our day really started with William the Conquerer who did ...

I first came across Jim White on a 2001 Uncut compilation which contained the extraordinary song ‘The Wound That Never Heals’ – what kind of dark twisted mind sings songs like that? Jim White, that’s who! It was a nice surprise then to have him open up with an upbeat song about how everyone from ...

One of Bobs recent 'InnerThursday' sleeves on the QUIMS Facebook page was Paul Haigs 'Chain' LP. Playing 'Something Good' made him wonder why it wasn't a smash hit....which led to tonights theme. Cheese and crackers and beer and tunes and an impromptu quiz from the back pages of the Guinness book of hit singles..... which ...