Join The Q
by The Qemists

— Released 2nd February 2009

The Qemists – 2009’s underground dance music superstars. One of the most eagerly awaited debut albums of next year, 'Join The Q' meshes the high energy of drum’n’bass and rock with a wide-ranging set of sounds that betray the fact that the mysterious trio were a band before they took to the decks. Dancehall, metal, electro, grime and hip hop all make their presence known across the album thanks to a host of respected guest vocalists. It’s like ram raiding the best record shop in Wes...

The Qemists – 2009’s underground dance music superstars. One of the most eagerly awaited debut albums of next year, 'Join The Q' meshes the high energy of drum’n’bass and rock with a wide-ranging set of sounds that betray the fact that the mysterious trio were a band before they took to the decks. Dancehall, metal, electro, grime and hip hop all make their presence known across the album thanks to a host of respected guest vocalists. It’s like ram raiding the best record shop in West London with your Saxo’s ICE turned up to drown out the alarm.

The Qems have hooked up with the most established names in their fields. Faith No More’s legendary mischief-causing vocalist Mike Patton adds the Qemists to his exclusive list of collaborations which have included Massive Attack, Bjork and Kool Keith. As 'Lost Weekend's pure rock riffing gives way to frantic d’n’b beats he’s totally comfortable, like it’s the sound he been waiting for.

Elsewhere Wiley, the godfather of grime and mentor to Dizzee Rascal, slots in perfectly over distorted Brit-hop beats and layers of guitars for 'Dem Na Like Me', his filthiest track ever. UK champion beatboxer Beardyman meanwhile follows hosting Fatboy Slim’s Big Beach Boutique with 'Soundface', a jaw-dropping accapella track like nothing that’s come before. Devlin Love from Alabama 3 adds soul to the savage energy of 'S.W.A.G.', while there's also a huge host of names from the drum’n’bass scene, from Jenna G, the queen of d’n’b, to veteran MC Navigator, via Friction’s mouthpiece MC ID.

With such a posse in tow it looks like The Qemists are going the bust down every musical barrier going. If you want to be in their crew, you’d better join the Q.

The 4LP heavyweight vinyl version of 'Join The Q' is the heaviest (in weight) release we've ever manufactured/released.

Probably the heaviest (sonically) ever too...

Join The Q
by The Qemists

— Released 2nd February 2009

Buy physical

4xLP (ZEN129)
£16.00
 
CD (ZENCD129)
 

Buy digital

MP3 (ZENDNL129)
£5.00
 
16-bit WAV (ZENDNL129W)
£7.00
 

Buy physical

Buy digital

4xLP (ZEN129)
£16.00
MP3 (ZENDNL129)
£5.00
CD (ZENCD129) 16-bit WAV (ZENDNL129W)
£7.00

Tracklist

  • CD
  • 4xLP
  • MP3
  • 16-bit WAV
  1. 1
    Stomp Box
  2. 2
    Lost Weekend
  3. 3
    On The Run
  4. 4
    Dem Na Like Me
  5. 5
    S.W.A.G. (Intro)
  6. 6
    S.W.A.G.
  7. 7
    Drop Audio  (featuring I.D)
  8. 8
    When Ur Lonely
  9. 9
    Soundface
  10. 10
    Got One Life
  11. 11
    The Perfect High
  12.  
    Play All (11)
  1. 1
    Stomp Box
  2. 2
    Dem Na Like Me
  3. 3
    Lost Weekend
  4. 4
    S.W.A.G.
  5. 5
    On The Run
  6. 6
    When Ur Lonely
  7. 7
    Drop Audio  (featuring I.D)
  8. 8
    The Perfect High
  9.  
    Play All (8)
  1. 1
    Stomp Box
  2. 2
    Lost Weekend
  3. 3
    On The Run
  4. 4
    Dem Na Like Me
  5. 5
    S.W.A.G. (Intro)
  6. 6
    S.W.A.G.
  7. 7
    Drop Audio  (featuring I.D)
  8. 8
    When Ur Lonely
  9. 9
    Soundface
  10. 10
    Got One Life
  11. 11
    The Perfect High
  12.  
    Play All (11)
  1. 1
    Stomp Box
  2. 2
    Lost Weekend
  3. 3
    On The Run
  4. 4
    Dem Na Like Me
  5. 5
    S.W.A.G. (Intro)
  6. 6
    S.W.A.G.
  7. 7
    Drop Audio  (featuring I.D)
  8. 8
    When Ur Lonely
  9. 9
    Soundface
  10. 10
    Got One Life
  11. 11
    The Perfect High
  12.  
    Play All (11)

The Qemists – 2009’s underground dance music superstars. One of the most eagerly awaited debut albums of next year, 'Join The Q' meshes the high energy of drum’n’bass and rock with a wide-ranging set of sounds that betray the fact that the mysterious trio were a band before they took to the decks. Dancehall, metal, electro, grime and hip hop all make their presence known across the album thanks to a host of respected guest vocalists. It’s like ram raiding the best record shop in Wes...

The Qemists – 2009’s underground dance music superstars. One of the most eagerly awaited debut albums of next year, 'Join The Q' meshes the high energy of drum’n’bass and rock with a wide-ranging set of sounds that betray the fact that the mysterious trio were a band before they took to the decks. Dancehall, metal, electro, grime and hip hop all make their presence known across the album thanks to a host of respected guest vocalists. It’s like ram raiding the best record shop in West London with your Saxo’s ICE turned up to drown out the alarm.

The Qems have hooked up with the most established names in their fields. Faith No More’s legendary mischief-causing vocalist Mike Patton adds the Qemists to his exclusive list of collaborations which have included Massive Attack, Bjork and Kool Keith. As 'Lost Weekend's pure rock riffing gives way to frantic d’n’b beats he’s totally comfortable, like it’s the sound he been waiting for.

Elsewhere Wiley, the godfather of grime and mentor to Dizzee Rascal, slots in perfectly over distorted Brit-hop beats and layers of guitars for 'Dem Na Like Me', his filthiest track ever. UK champion beatboxer Beardyman meanwhile follows hosting Fatboy Slim’s Big Beach Boutique with 'Soundface', a jaw-dropping accapella track like nothing that’s come before. Devlin Love from Alabama 3 adds soul to the savage energy of 'S.W.A.G.', while there's also a huge host of names from the drum’n’bass scene, from Jenna G, the queen of d’n’b, to veteran MC Navigator, via Friction’s mouthpiece MC ID.

With such a posse in tow it looks like The Qemists are going the bust down every musical barrier going. If you want to be in their crew, you’d better join the Q.

The 4LP heavyweight vinyl version of 'Join The Q' is the heaviest (in weight) release we've ever manufactured/released.

Probably the heaviest (sonically) ever too...