Paul Flynn’s recordings as DJ Q possess an intermittent flourish of Detroit techno but mostly depend on restricted but vibrant jazzy home. The Glasgow indigenous, area of the city’s middle-’90s music renaissance (masterminded by Slam and arranged through their mixed membership/label concern, Soma), started DJing early in the 1990s being a moonlighting gig from his full-time work, dangling suspended ceilings. Shifting to production aswell by 1994, Flynn documented for Dance Mania, Glasgow Underground and Filtration system, combining the feeling of Chicago home but using a tighter, even more refined aesthetic discovered from Detroit companies like Carl Craig. The 1996 one “We Are One” highlighted Glaswegian poet William Hall intonating over a good groove-house base, as well as the monitor became popular over the country’s even more intensifying dancefloors. Flynn’s debut record as DJ Q, Encounter the Music, made an appearance in past due 1997; Twenty Four7also implemented in early 2000.