Why listen?

Hitchcock. Black and white. Film Noir. A threat around every corner. Yet the pursuit is slow and quiet. Stylish and subtle. Lots of backward glances and hiding in doorways. Is the threat real or imagined?
Love it QJ!

PLAY ▶️ Spyfall


Nicola Fenton

Great piece. Loved its atonal and de-tuned synths!

PLAY ▶️ BEAT #480


Matthew Bright

So eerie! The insistent beats and discordant melody give me the shivers. The dark side of social media for sure...

PLAY ▶️ Doomscroll


Laura Sands

From the first insistent, repetitive beat which runs throughout, the ego seems busy and occupied.
The occasional cracks and counter tones provide differing paths – perhaps the alter ego – and more than one.

PLAY ▶️ Alter Ego


Henry Lee

When the ping ponged synth bass kicks in at 1:20 I see Dr. Frankenstein plugging the electrodes into the terminals on his monsters neck.

PLAY ▶️ BEAT #480


Steve Austin

For me, it's a backdrop to the escapades delivered in the best traditions of spy movies. I initially sensed a 50's film shot in black and white. QJ sets the scene perfectly for a psychologically aware thriller - we may even end up behind enemy lines! It's as good as they get.

PLAY ▶️ Spyfall


The Shaded Legend

It’s definitely got a ‘Stranger Things’ vibe to it and would be really interesting under a sci-fi film.

PLAY ▶️ Doomscroll


Matthew Bright

Very clever writing. Took me to a dark yet comfortable place.

PLAY ▶️ When We Die


Steven Moore

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