(01) Q - A Three piece rock band from LONDON, UK
(02) Q - A four piece rock band from Springfield, USA
(03) Q - A synth-pop band later renamed to SSQ, US
(04) Q - An alternative rock quartet from Bratislava, Slovakia
(05) Q - The solo project of Quinnes Parker, one of the members of American R&B quartet 112
(06) Q - A German hip hop/experimental producer and artist
(07) Q - A Lithuanian hip hop artist
(08) Q - A Maltese pop group
Qbical, better known to his parent’s as “Raymond van Baal”, was born in a little town called Leusden in the Netherlands. Being of a fine 1983 vintage he grew up with music by Michael Jackson, Phil Collins and later in the 90’s acts as The Chemical Brothers, Orbital, and the whole house, techno and “electronic music in general” culture.
While Raymond was playing in several rock bands as a drummer he started producing electronic music using trackers on an old PC releasing lot’s of free EP’s over time.
Jason Greenhalgh (Spinback) The pair first met in 1987, both living in and around the Blackbird Leys estate in Oxford, England and brought together through a mutual love of hip-hop and school girls. Greenhalgh was the first into the studio, with "Freestyle Fanatic" launching his career in 1991. However it was the establishment of the Legend imprint and specifically Greenhalghs "Champion Sound", which really took their profile above and beyond the slew of anonymous white labels that were dominating the music at the time.
Renaissance Man Q-Project has been causing quite a ruckus in the world of drum & bass. A man of porn and Porches, Q-Project is responsible for some big d+b anthems having rolled out big jams for the likes of Bingo, Liquid V, his own CIA imprint and of course Hospital in the past. In spring 2005 Oxford resident Quiff pledged allegiance to the NHS flag, 2 huge EPs later Computer Love and Hello, My Name is Q-Project won pride of place in the sets of Fabio and Grooverider, Zinc, Hype and Andy C.
Quantize are Reshef Harari and Adi Ashkenazi, the duo started to produce trance music at the end of 2003 under the name Quantize,they bought computer, monitors, sound card and virus C,built their first studio at the magical open spaces of Israel country side, and the result didn't late to come, at 2004 they released their debut track! ,then they had to leave the old studio and to move on towards a new place,within that time Adi and Reshef started evolving and to attend more and more to their most beloved genre of Trance music -Progressive.
Queen were an English rock band originally consisting of four members: Freddie Mercury, Brian May, John Deacon, and Roger Taylor. The band formed in London in 1970 after May and Taylor's former band Smile split after having released an album and single. Freddie replaced lead vocalist Tim Staffell, after the latter's departure from the original trio. There was much deliberation as to what the band's name would be. May and Taylor had settled upon the Grand Dance, derived from a C.S. Lewis Trilogy of books Out Of The Silent Planet.
Quince is an indie rock band from Erie, Pennsylvania and also a techno producer from The Netherlands. Quince the producer: Bram Sluiter has been releasing techno productions on the delsin and spring collective label since 2003. He first used the name 'Quinn' which he later transformed to 'Quince'. His debut full length cd is called En.vi.sion and was released in june 2007. Quince the band: The groundwork was laid in the winter of '99 with Joe Stadler (Vocals, Guitar) and Steve Marzka (Drums), lifelong friends, puting together a band with the best intentions but did not fare well.
Quivver was originally signed to A&M Records, where, along with writing partner Neil Barry, they released 2 tracks (as mentioned above), both tracks making huge dents on the dancefloors of the World. During this period John was also recording under the name of Skanna and had a label of the same name where he released around ten 12"'s that received attention from people like Fabio and Grooverider, Doc Scott etc….