their three way formula works; appearing in clubs and at festivals the world over they've been consistently shaking up scenarios with their
high octane blends of (largely) their own music across 4 deck sets. Following memorable sets on the Boiler Room and live turns at
Warehouse Project, Leeds Festival and Boomtown, Royal-T, DJ Q and Flava D have been hard at work putting together their ten track debut
album, ukg - a bolshy mission statement that encompasses the full spectrum of the garage sound. When you look at each party's
discography separately, what's immediately obvious is their shared love of a 2-step beat, a hellish hoover bass and all those cleverly edited vocal
ticks. Their debut album is the culmination of that love, with TQD channelling everything from heady, energetic bassline (on “Vibsing
Ting”), to ghostly Burial-scapes (on “Only One”) and lounge instrumentation (on “New Day”).