- IF YOU HAVEN'T DANCED YET WHAT T F***CK DID U COME 4? Artwork perqx on November 13, 2011 23:02
- Per QX - Vibrating Like This!!! (Per QX and James Hurr mix Artwork perqx on November 03, 2011 15:17
- Per QX - I Said House Music (Per QX and James Hurr mix) Artwork perqx on September 07, 2011 17:49
“Move over Swedish House Mafia and make way for Per QX…high energy house, face melting techno and dirty electro” – DJ Magazine
The Swedish party monster emigrated to London 9 years ago, and since then his DJ sets, productions and club nights have been rumbling the foundations of basements in London's fashion and music head quarters Dalston to the bigger clubs like Ministry Of Sound, Fabric and Heaven,
trough Europe with dj sets at Tresor and Razzmatazz in Berlin and Barcelona..
Time Out’s very own club reviewer Kate Hutchinson praised Per's latest Exclusive dj mix and wrote "If Laidback Luke ditched his vocal house fluff hanker kings and spent a night at the Dalston Superstore, he'd do well to drop a set like this."
As the promoter of one of the most acclaimed underground club nights in recent years GutterSlut, he presents a regular cacophony of electro, techno and mash up that’s captured the imagination of Londoners to the point of frenzy. The club’s ‘GutterBall’ party was reviewed as the best UK Club event in December 2009 by MIXMAG, and DJ Magazine's Top 10 London nights in their October issue 2010.
His reach doesn’t stop there– he’s played house and electro parties in over 30 countries, as well as appearing as a guest on Ministry Radio’s Saturday Sessions, Peter Rahaufer’s Star 69 radio show, and Larry Tee’s ‘Super Disco Party Machine’ in the US. He also played his first dj set at Glastonbury this year.
But it is as a producer that Per QX is really making waves. His and Larry Tee's remix Erika Jane's "Pretty Mess" reached the No 1 spot on Billboard's dance chart earlier this year. That opened remix duties for Lady Gaga, Deadmau5, Laidback Luke, D Ramirez and Princess Superstar.
Two of his productions have recently been released on Roger Sanchez’s Stealth label. “Ever Before” feat. Max C, and “Old School Nu School” with Terry Vietheer. Per was also invited to DJ together with Tom Stephan at Rogers Stealth party in Amsterdam last year.
In 2009, Depeche Mode gave their blessing to Per’s cover of their classic “Everything Counts” which subsequently reached No 2 in the iTunes dance chart.