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Stompbox - The Qemists - Join The Q

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  1. Mezile says:
    Jun 17,  · Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about The Qemists - Join The Q at Discogs. Complete your The Qemists collection/5(95).
  2. Kagarr says:
    Feb 02,  · Join the Q is the debut studio album from British band The Qemists. The album was released on 2 February under record label Ninja Tune. Description provided by Wikipedia under Creative Commons /5(45).
  3. Zulkira says:
    Hyped as the future of the "back to the past" nu-rave movement, the Qemists certainly construct some of the most energetic breakbeats of the late s. They gleefully plunder the past 20 years of classic dance music, jumping from jungle breakbeats to hardcore pulses, never letting the same drum program alone for more than 30 seconds at a time.8/
  4. Gumuro says:
    Join the Q is the debut studio album from British band The Qemists. The album was released on 2 February under record label Ninja Tune. Track listingGenre: Drum and bass, breakbeat, .
  5. Faunos says:
    The Qemists. The Qemists are a Drum and Bass band from Brighton, United Kingdom. They are signed to Amazing Record Co., an indie record label based in the UK. The band have a separate deal with Beat Records for distribution in Japan, and announced in February that they had signed a North American deal with Detroit-based label, FiXT blackhammerfelhaninshawield.infoinfo: Drum and bass, big beat, electronica, .
  6. Malasho says:
    The Qemists were originally the drummer, bassist and guitarist in a rock band where they spent a lot of time touring UK and Europe as well as spending a lot of time in the studio. During this time in the rock band in the late s, they acquired an interest in drum and bass and some of the group's early efforts started to get airplay.
  7. Faekora says:
    Apr 07,  · Join the Q. The Qemists are more in love with the idea of the riff, so the rhythms on Join the Q have the blunt-force, blind-charging momentum of a drumbeat that's more interested in getting people to mosh instead of dance. And they're short on variety: "S.W.A.G." uses a near-identical drum pattern as "Stompbox"/
  8. Gardakus says:
    Feb 19,  · To fully understand the Qemists' debut album, Join the Q, it is important to note that the trio did not begin as a drum and bass DJ collective. They began as a rock band -- guitar, bass, and drums.8/

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