PRG:MIX 012 – QUENTIS HIATUS

Next up in our Program series is Quentin Hiatus’ minimix, following his debut ‘Brief History’ EP on the label. Free download as always.

1. Ayo & Teo ft. Lil Yachty – Ay3
2. Quentin Hiatus – People Remedy (Dub)
3. Quentin Hiatus – Better Never Don’t (ProgRam)
4. Quentin Hiatus – Gabriel’s Conspiracy (ProgRam)
5. Quentin Hiatus – Social Activis (Dub)
6. Quentin Hiatus – Furious Light (Dub)
7. Quentin Hiatus – Over the Moon and Back (ProgRam)
8. Quentin Hiatus – Tapion (Free Love Digi)
9. Quentin Hiatus – Splendid End (Dub)
10. Quentin Hiatus – Didn’t Wait Long Enough (ProgRam)
11. Quentin Hiatus – Interwoven (ProgRam)

Quentin Hiatus – “Better Never Don’t’

Quentin Hiatus
‘Brief History EP’
Program
Out Now

Program stand at the helm of its sister label’s underground movement, bringing forward many artists who engineer the genre’s subversive image. One of those artists is Quentin Hiatus, who has delivered a five-track EP for Program and it’s an introduction into his burgeoning legacy as a producer. He’s another example of how Program pride themselves in being able to cut through the huge amounts of music available across the spectrum to find the hidden gold, pulling out only the very best up and coming artists. And that’s why Quentin Hiatus has found himself at home within their roster.

‘Over the Moon and Back’ scuttles forward with patches of cascading percussion, which drops into bass-heavy distortion at segmented intervals. ‘Interwoven’ is filled with bleating beat loops and crackling sonics, cut through by far-away sounding vocal samples. ‘Gabriel’s Conspiracy’ streams across its mix with creepy, sing-song notes and fluctuating synth pads. Then ‘Didn’t Wait Long Enough’ is more spacious in its composition, with a bassline moving against its dainty drum sequences. Finally, ‘Better Never Don’t’ rolls along with uplifting keys and an effortless groove – although Quentin Hiatus once again plays on the listener’s senses and gives it the dissident twist which filters through each one of his records. And that’s one more reason to get with the Program – because it features artists with this stunning level of ingenuity.

https://www.facebook.com/ProgramMusic/

https://ramrecords.com
https://www.instagram.com/ramrecords/

Quentin Hiatus – ‘Didn’t Wait Long Enough’

Quentin Hiatus
‘Brief History EP’
Program
Out Now

Program stand at the helm of its sister label’s underground movement, bringing forward many artists who engineer the genre’s subversive image. One of those artists is Quentin Hiatus, who has delivered a five-track EP for Program and it’s an introduction into his burgeoning legacy as a producer. He’s another example of how Program pride themselves in being able to cut through the huge amounts of music available across the spectrum to find the hidden gold, pulling out only the very best up and coming artists. And that’s why Quentin Hiatus has found himself at home within their roster.

‘Over the Moon and Back’ scuttles forward with patches of cascading percussion, which drops into bass-heavy distortion at segmented intervals. ‘Interwoven’ is filled with bleating beat loops and crackling sonics, cut through by far-away sounding vocal samples. ‘Gabriel’s Conspiracy’ streams across its mix with creepy, sing-song notes and fluctuating synth pads. Then ‘Didn’t Wait Long Enough’ is more spacious in its composition, with a bassline moving against its dainty drum sequences. Finally, ‘Better Never Don’t’ rolls along with uplifting keys and an effortless groove – although Quentin Hiatus once again plays on the listener’s senses and gives it the dissident twist which filters through each one of his records. And that’s one more reason to get with the Program – because it features artists with this stunning level of ingenuity.

https://www.facebook.com/ProgramMusic/

https://ramrecords.com
https://www.instagram.com/ramrecords/

Quentin Hiatus – ‘Gabriel’s Conspiracy’

Quentin Hiatus
‘Brief History EP’
Program
Out Now

Program stand at the helm of its sister label’s underground movement, bringing forward many artists who engineer the genre’s subversive image. One of those artists is Quentin Hiatus, who has delivered a five-track EP for Program and it’s an introduction into his burgeoning legacy as a producer. He’s another example of how Program pride themselves in being able to cut through the huge amounts of music available across the spectrum to find the hidden gold, pulling out only the very best up and coming artists. And that’s why Quentin Hiatus has found himself at home within their roster.

‘Over the Moon and Back’ scuttles forward with patches of cascading percussion, which drops into bass-heavy distortion at segmented intervals. ‘Interwoven’ is filled with bleating beat loops and crackling sonics, cut through by far-away sounding vocal samples. ‘Gabriel’s Conspiracy’ streams across its mix with creepy, sing-song notes and fluctuating synth pads. Then ‘Didn’t Wait Long Enough’ is more spacious in its composition, with a bassline moving against its dainty drum sequences. Finally, ‘Better Never Don’t’ rolls along with uplifting keys and an effortless groove – although Quentin Hiatus once again plays on the listener’s senses and gives it the dissident twist which filters through each one of his records. And that’s one more reason to get with the Program – because it features artists with this stunning level of ingenuity.

https://www.facebook.com/ProgramMusic/

https://ramrecords.com
https://www.instagram.com/ramrecords/

Quentin Hiatus – ‘Over The Moon and Back’

Quentin Hiatus
‘Brief History EP’
Program
Out Now

Program stand at the helm of its sister label’s underground movement, bringing forward many artists who engineer the genre’s subversive image. One of those artists is Quentin Hiatus, who has delivered a five-track EP for Program and it’s an introduction into his burgeoning legacy as a producer. He’s another example of how Program pride themselves in being able to cut through the huge amounts of music available across the spectrum to find the hidden gold, pulling out only the very best up and coming artists. And that’s why Quentin Hiatus has found himself at home within their roster.

‘Over the Moon and Back’ scuttles forward with patches of cascading percussion, which drops into bass-heavy distortion at segmented intervals. ‘Interwoven’ is filled with bleating beat loops and crackling sonics, cut through by far-away sounding vocal samples. ‘Gabriel’s Conspiracy’ streams across its mix with creepy, sing-song notes and fluctuating synth pads. Then ‘Didn’t Wait Long Enough’ is more spacious in its composition, with a bassline moving against its dainty drum sequences. Finally, ‘Better Never Don’t’ rolls along with uplifting keys and an effortless groove – although Quentin Hiatus once again plays on the listener’s senses and gives it the dissident twist which filters through each one of his records. And that’s one more reason to get with the Program – because it features artists with this stunning level of ingenuity.

https://www.facebook.com/ProgramMusic/

https://ramrecords.com
https://www.instagram.com/ramrecords/

Quentin Hiatus – ‘Interwoven’

Quentin Hiatus
‘Brief History EP’
Program
Out Now

Program stand at the helm of its sister label’s underground movement, bringing forward many artists who engineer the genre’s subversive image. One of those artists is Quentin Hiatus, who has delivered a five-track EP for Program and it’s an introduction into his burgeoning legacy as a producer. He’s another example of how Program pride themselves in being able to cut through the huge amounts of music available across the spectrum to find the hidden gold, pulling out only the very best up and coming artists. And that’s why Quentin Hiatus has found himself at home within their roster.

‘Over the Moon and Back’ scuttles forward with patches of cascading percussion, which drops into bass-heavy distortion at segmented intervals. ‘Interwoven’ is filled with bleating beat loops and crackling sonics, cut through by far-away sounding vocal samples. ‘Gabriel’s Conspiracy’ streams across its mix with creepy, sing-song notes and fluctuating synth pads. Then ‘Didn’t Wait Long Enough’ is more spacious in its composition, with a bassline moving against its dainty drum sequences. Finally, ‘Better Never Don’t’ rolls along with uplifting keys and an effortless groove – although Quentin Hiatus once again plays on the listener’s senses and gives it the dissident twist which filters through each one of his records. And that’s one more reason to get with the Program – because it features artists with this stunning level of ingenuity.

https://www.facebook.com/ProgramMusic/

https://ramrecords.com
https://www.instagram.com/ramrecords/

Quentin Hiatus – Flutterstep

Our next London event – 27th September: http://bit.ly/SNB-RA // attend on Facebook: http://bit.ly/SNB-FB

Buy ‘Flutterstep’ – https://translationrecordings.bandcamp.com/

Quentin Hiatus returns to Translation for his third outing with the Never Ender EP, showcasing his versatility across the 160-170 BPM spectrum and his penchant for the unpredictable and unexplored. The Never Ender EP is a testament to Quentin Hiatus’ quixotic and uncompromising sound – one that is uniquely his and stylistically ahead of the curve.

↪ Quentin Hiatus:

https://facebook.com/quentinhiatusFLD

↪ Translation:

https://facebook.com/translationrecordings

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