Q Project made a name for himself with “Champion Sound” way back in 1993. Since then he has stuck to his guns, gradually developing his sound. Having successfully run CIA and Advanced with Spinback, ( both otherwise known as Total Science) they have truly carved a niche in Drum and Bass history. Yet surprisingly, this is Q Project’s first LP. This solo project sees Q Project expanding the dancefloor sound. It melds high energy beats and bass with US house and soul concepts. Including some of his earlier triumphs on Hospital, there is a nice remix Total Science of “Living with Beaker”. There are some new smashers too, on the mix CD “Slowly but Surely” gets dropped across the previous track. A deeper moment gets exchanged for the Hip Hop sampling ethics of “Computer Love”. Q Projects mix CD shows his expertise in selection. “No More Heroes” bubbles on a warped house organ bassline and funky vocals. Old Skool flavours brought up to date. “Nation 2 Nation” also makes a welcome appearance amongst the feast of dubplate pressure, the first release Q Project made on Hospital. Quiff is renowned for his party antics, and this LP is certainly is not a sober affair. An intoxicating blend of good time flavours.