Multi-Genre Dance & Rock Live Act The Qemists Return With ‘No More’
No More by The Qemists
The Qemists are an outstanding live act and full of carefully crafted compositions that deliver broken beats, bass and boom such as their amazing tune ‘Stompbox‘ which pretty much went global throughout the underground dance scenes (also, it was remixed by Spor which is the darker dance pseudonym of Feed Me) – listen and watch both performed live in great awe. After their explosive debut album ‘Join The Q‘ in 2009 we haven’t heard much from The Qemists but they’ve returned with great force and a UKF exclusive of their new tune ‘No More‘.
“The video, created by Daruma Vision, famed for his recent film work with Chase & Status, Sub Focus, Knife Party and Zane Lowe, incorporates footage of The Qemists’ out-of-this-world live performances, filmed over two years of touring the world. The energy of their live shows has been a major focus for the three producers and has steadily gained momentum with a brutal tour schedule and by supporting bands like Enter Shikari and Hadouken!. One of the highlights in the footage is The Qemists headline performance at Woodstock festival, to a crowd of over 250,000 eager fans!
‘No More‘ mashes up vocal bridges with hardcore rock choruses and then a frantic DnB style drum tracks with an electronic bassline that can distort the fabric of time and space. These guys seriously know how to throw it down, and they cause the crowd to do that too. This tune can be filed under dubstep, rock, dnb, and even breakbeat because it’s such an eclectic mix of genres, which is what The Qemists do very well in the studio and on stage. It is a banging tune and as they say in the track they will “tear the roof of the place”.
And then there is the ‘No More‘ VIP mix. Heavier on the drums and with a slightly more inclination towards the synthetic than the organic, it is just as fat, just as meaty but faster on the BPMs. More suited for clubland but still, the original could get dropped anywhere to be fair. The original mix is out now and the VIP will be a surprise to us all.
No More by The Qemists is out now released by Be Electric Records
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