Are you sick and tired of your dreary existence? Early morning commutes driving you insane? Symptoms of cubicle claustrophobia setting in? To put it simply, are you the real-life embodiment of Peter Gibbons from Office Space? If so, then my dear friend, you are in desperate need of a vacation! What’s that you say? No time? No money? No worries! DJ Q’s ‘Sound of Violence – EP’ is what I like to call an audio vacation. Just one listen to this breezy 2-track EP and you will be immediately transported to a land of palm trees, margaritas, and bikini-clad women. Need I say more?
But seriously, If you haven’t already acquainted yourself with the music of DJ Q, it’s about time you do so. This rising UK-based DJ specializes in an exotic blend of UK garage, UK funky, bassline, and R&B. He is an affiliate of the prolific Boy Better Know grime-rap collective and his contributions to last year’s fantastic Tropical 2 compilation were album highlights (see here). With the ‘Sound of Violence EP’, DJ Q yet again proves that he is one of the best up-and-coming acts in UK garage/2-step. Your vacation awaits you….
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Also, check out Q‘s hit single “Brandy & Coke” out now on Local Action Records (featuring samples from Brandy‘s “Best Friend” and Kanye x Jay-Z‘s “Otis”):