Born Timothy Wiles but known to most by his nickname ‘Q’, this influential Californian artist has been producing electronic music for the majority of his life. Touring the world and performing under the moniker Überzone, he’s played hundreds of festivals, including Coachella, Electric Daisy Carnival, Nocturnal Festival, Ultra (at the WMC), Glastonbury and Glade. Q’s music and remixes have been featured in both movies and TV commercials, while his pioneering Überzone singles rocked clubs around the world. After releasing several albums and EPs on various labels, such as Astralwerks, Nitrus, Moonshine and Gizmonik, his current focus has been production and mixing for others.
Throughout his career, Q has been lauded for his abilities in the studio as a producer/engineer, having mixed, remixed or collaborated with some of the most iconic names in the business. The website XOQ is a portfolio to consolidate his various credits in one place.
Feel free to browse the site, just click on a profile to see his involvement with each artist. The audio examples featured on this site are compressed but high quality production reels are available. Simply send your request using the email link provided at the top-right of the main page. 
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Born Timothy Wiles but known to most by his nickname ‘Q’, this influential Californian artist has been producing electronic music for the majority of his life. Touring the world and performing under the moniker Überzone, he’s played hundreds of festivals, including CoachellaElectric Daisy Carnival, Nocturnal Festival, Ultra (at the WMC), Glastonbury and Glade. Q’s music and remixes have been featured in both movies and TV commercials, while his pioneering Überzone singles rocked clubs around the world. After releasing several albums and EPs on various labels, such as Astralwerks, Nitrus, Moonshine and Gizmonik, his current focus has been production and mixing for others.

Throughout his career, Q has been lauded for his abilities in the studio as a producer/engineer, having mixed, remixed or collaborated with some of the most iconic names in the business. The website XOQ is a portfolio to consolidate his various credits in one place.

Feel free to browse the site, just click on a profile to see his involvement with each artist. The audio examples featured on this site are compressed but high quality production reels are available. Simply send your request using the email link provided at the top-right of the main page. 

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I’ve been doing mix engineering and additional production for Alex for a few years now. I first started working with him on Adam Freeland’s "Cope" album and I’ve done most of his mix-downs since. I really enjoy working with Alex, he’s a very talented young producer and has a great artistic sense about him. The following clip is Alex’s remix of Depeche Mode’s “Personal Jesus”. I did the mix and additional production.  
For a complete list of my mix and production credits for Alex, see below the audio links.
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I’ve been doing mix engineering and additional production for Alex for a few years now. I first started working with him on Adam Freeland’s "Cope" album and I’ve done most of his mix-downs since. I really enjoy working with Alex, he’s a very talented young producer and has a great artistic sense about him. The following clip is Alex’s remix of Depeche Mode’s “Personal Jesus”. I did the mix and additional production.  

For a complete list of my mix and production credits for Alex, see below the audio links.

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After 30 years working on their respective ongoing music projects, Vince Clarke (Erasure / Yazoo / Depeche Mode) and Martin L. Gore (Depeche Mode) come together for the first time since 1981 as VCMG to release a brand new album preceded by a series of EPs.
The new album “Ssss” was produced by Vince Clarke and Martin L. Gore and mixed by the influential Californian electronic artist Überzone / Q and will be released March 13th,  2012.
The first release is an EPentitled Spock.  EP1 / SPOCK will feature remixes from Edit-Select, aka Tony Scott, the UK DJ / producer and founder of EditSelect Records whose previous remix credits include Speedy J, Death In Vegas and Gary Beck; Regis, British techno musician Karl O’Connor (member of the Sandwell District collective and co-founder of Downwards Records); DVS1, Brooklyn based producer Zak Khutoretsky; plus XOQ, the alter ego of Überzone / Q, who mixed the VCMG album.
EP1/SPOCK will be available initially as a global exclusive on Beatport on 30 November, and then on all DSPs from 12 December with the 12” release following on 19 December 2011.

EP1 / SPOCK TRACKLIST
Spock – Album versionSpock – Edit Select RemixSpock – Regis RemixSpock – DVS1 Voyage Home RemixSpock – XOQ Remix
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After 30 years working on their respective ongoing music projects, Vince Clarke (Erasure / Yazoo / Depeche Mode) and Martin L. Gore (Depeche Mode) come together for the first time since 1981 as VCMG to release a brand new album preceded by a series of EPs.

The new album “Ssss” was produced by Vince Clarke and Martin L. Gore and mixed by the influential Californian electronic artist Überzone / Q and will be released March 13th,  2012.

The first release is an EPentitled Spock.  EP1 / SPOCK will feature remixes from Edit-Select, aka Tony Scott, the UK DJ / producer and founder of EditSelect Records whose previous remix credits include Speedy J, Death In Vegas and Gary Beck; Regis, British techno musician Karl O’Connor (member of the Sandwell District collective and co-founder of Downwards Records); DVS1, Brooklyn based producer Zak Khutoretsky; plus XOQ, the alter ego of Überzone / Q, who mixed the VCMG album.

EP1/SPOCK will be available initially as a global exclusive on Beatport on 30 November, and then on all DSPs from 12 December with the 12” release following on 19 December 2011.

EP1 / SPOCK TRACKLIST

Spock – Album version
Spock – Edit Select Remix
Spock – Regis Remix
Spock – DVS1 Voyage Home Remix
Spock – XOQ Remix

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