Q-Project Archive

Drumtrip Sessions #11 – Djinn

For session 11 we caught up with dubstep, jungle, and general all-things-bass selector Djinn! Hi Djinn, thanks for taking time out to talk to us. First up, where are you from and where are you at now? Easy, I’m in Manchester –   was born here, & lived here for a bit, had a spell over in the

Total Science Old Skool Jungle Mix

The great Total Science have dusted off their record collection and dug out some big classics for their Soundcloud account. Spinback and Quiff go way back to before the hardcore days when they met in the late 80s. It wasn’t long before Quiff AKA Q-Project jumped into the studio to release his debut EP entitled

Q Project ‎– Champion Sound (Doc Scott Remix)

Q Projects’ Champion Sound needs no introduction but the remix by Doc Scott released in 1994 is a very different take on the original. Normally when an artist remixes a track they either play it safe and keep it close to the original or go for the riskier option of producing their own interpretation of

Bargain Jungle: Q-Project – The Instrumental

Released on LTJ Bukem’s Looking Good Records in 1996 The Instrumental by Q-Project is a great example of the “intelligent” drum and bass sound that LTJ Bukem was pioneering at the time and the style of drum and bass that I personally love. The excellent use of a sample from the intro of Lonnie Liston Smith

Law – Deep Jungle Volume 4

Despite the name this will be the 5th installment of my Deep Jungle series, and the first in quite a while. On a rainy afternoon there is not much else to do but dig through the tracks, get a bit dusty and drink copious amounts of tea; and this mix is the end result. The mix covers

Grooverider @ Amnesia House ‘The Big Bank Holiday Bash Part II

So just a few days ago Fabio and Grooverider played their last ever set on their institution of a show on Radio One after 14 years. An end of an era really but even in those 14 years Drum & Bass has changed drastically, and as its Radio One it comes as no surprise there is no longer space