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The Qemists - On The Run



the qemists on the run
The Qemists - On The Run feat. Jenna G
(promo CD/12"/Digital) Ninja Tune ZEN12235, 2009-03-30

The next single from the monster-tune production line that is the Qemists is "On The Run," featuring the vocal talents of Jenna G. As ever with the Qems the tune 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.

the qemists on the run
The Qemists - On The Run feat. Jenna G
(promo CD/12"/Digital) Ninja Tune ZEN12235, 2009-03-30

Tracklisting ZENCDS235P (promo CD) :
01. On The Run (Radio edit)
02. On The Run (Album version)
03. On The Run (The Qemists VIP mix)
04. Play With Fire
05. On The Run (Album Instrumental)

Tracklisting ZEN12235 (12") :
A1. On The Run (The Qemists VIP mix)
B1. On The Run (Album Instrumental)

Tracklisting Download:
01. On The Run (Album version)
02. On The Run (The Qemists VIP mix)
03. Play With Fire
04. On The Run (Album Instrumental)
05. On The Run (Radio edit)

Links :
myspace.com/qemists
ninjatune.net/ninja/artist.php?id=129



Press Release :
The next single from the monster-tune production line that is the Qemists is "On The Run," featuring the vocal talents of Jenna G. As ever with the Qems the tune 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.

And, in this case, that makes particular sense, because the Qems are now taking their sound completely live in a series of atomic bomb shows and d&b soulstress Jenna G is working with them as part of that set-up. Here, flawless next level production meets Jenna’s attitude-heavy, energy-filled singing display for something really special. And the VIP mix offers some time-slip shit for all ravers dem.

Not for nothing has Zane Lowe described the Qemists as "the future of music, what The Prodigy hinted at." With their debut album, "Join The Q," at the top of the international chart in Japan (outselling Lily Allen and Franz Ferdinand!) and the band about to tour Europe with Enter Shakari, plus a live show so good that it’s left audiences speechless, 2009 is looking like the Qemists’ year.
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