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Featured DJ Chart: DJ Qu

Ramon Lisandro Quezada – or DJ Qu as he’s known to the house music intelligentsia – is an integral part of a rejuvenated New York house scene that includes the likes of Levon Vincent, Fred P and Jus Ed. He’s released a slew of fine cuts since 2006 gem “Expressway EP”, during which time he’s cultivated a fine reputation as a purveyor of all things deep. Qu’s April chart reflects his love for the raw side of house, with legends past and present (including Ron Trent, Move D, Jus Ed and Marcellus Pittmann) all featuring. Meanwhile be sure to look out for more releases dropping on his Strength Music imprint, including he return of “Exchange Place” and the “Semester II” release coming this year. In the words of the man himself: “Keep deep music living”.

1. DJ QU – For The Beneath (Strength Music US)

“First Strength Music release since 2008 so this is a special one to me. Two tracks with two different moods to hit all spots. Enjoy!”

2. Ron Trent – The Power Of Sound (Future Vision)

“What is there really to say except that it’s Ron Trent. When it’s done by Ron, You know it’s deep!”

3.Move D/Steve Oh/Black Jazz Consortium – Earth Tones (Soul People)

“Tight 3 tracker compiled by no other than Fred P. Also the Introduction of Steve Oh to the music scene. be on the lookout for more music by Steve and BJC in the future.”

4.DJ Jus Ed vs. DJ QU –  Real House Music (Underground Quality)

“Just cause were down with each other doesn’t mean that there’s no musical battles between the crew. Always friendly and always some serious beats comin’ from this UQ series.”

5.Kindred Spirits Ensemble – Shining Liberation (Tom Trago Remix) (Kindred Spirits)

“Just some nice vocals on a mellow, soothin track to make my day feel right while I’m Riding around NJ. Oh, i will rock this in the clubs too.”

6.Scott Ferguson – Midwest Born & Bred (Ferrispark)

“There’s that boy Scott at it again. Staggering & Stumbling is the stand out one for me on this release cause it rides just like it’s title suggest. It also gives me the feeling as if i’m listening to a band perform live. crazy!”

7.Norm Talley – Cosmic Waves Pariter

“Nice jumpin’ tracks to get the club bouncin’ along with a deep XDB translation. Tight release.”

8.Kevin Starke – 151 (K-Starke)

“Some deep down dirt to go with it all. This release is giving you that old school education thru new music.”

9.Marcellus Pittman – Erase the Pain (Fit Sound)

“One of the wickedest brothers to make music today. never sleep on M. Pittman cause you never know what he’s gonna hit you with.”

10.Jerome Derradji/Rahaan – Concrete Reservation pt.1 (Still Love for Music)

“The Funk always has to be involved in what we do or it just won’t smell right! Nice release.”