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Quench

Quench   (Australia)

Dream House group
Added : 20/11/2001
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Sequenchial
Consequenchial
Consequenchial - Remix bonus disk
Dreams
Dreams
Feel My Love
Hope
Be Good To Me
Dreams (96 Remix Edition)
Embrace The Sunshine
Dreams 2001
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Latest Quench news

02/02/2018 : A Nicholson's Cathedral remix was released for Quench's hit Dreams.

09/03/2017 : A remixes package for Quench's hit Dreams was released, including versions by Moda Finale and Paddy Duke.

29/05/2001 : Quench released the single Dreams 2001, a remake of his old hit.

23/07/2000 : Quench's new single is entitled Embrace The Sunshine

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Quench albums

Sequenchial Sequenchial 1994
Consequenchial Consequenchial 2000
Consequenchial - Remix bonus disk Consequenchial - Remix bonus disk 2000
Dreams Dreams 2003

 

Quench singles

Dreams Dreams 1993  
Feel My Love Feel My Love 1993  
Hope Hope 1994  
Be Good To Me Be Good To Me 22nd May 1995  
Dreams (96 Remix Edition) Dreams (96 Remix Edition) 5th Feb 1996  
Embrace The Sunshine Embrace The Sunshine (feat. Lisa Worley) 28th Jul 2000  
Dreams 2001 Dreams 2001 16th May 2001  

 

Quench remixes

Dreams (Nicholson's Cathedral remix) Dreams (Nicholson's Cathedral remix) 2nd Feb 2018  

 

 



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Quench biography

With his mega-hit Dreams, the Quench project revealed to the world a new dance trend : the dream house movement. They were quickly imitated by projects such as Bell-Bar.

Under the name Quench, Melbourne based producer Christopher J Dolan had his single Dreams licensed all over the world. It sold a million copies, went top 10 on the mainstream charts in France, hit #2 on the UK dance charts and broke Top 20 on the mainstream chart. It was massive in Italy, Belgium, Scandinavia and Germany. In Australia too it was massive on the club scene, but as dance music hadn't crossed over to mass market at the time Quench was a way bigger star overseas than on his home turf. CJ had been Australian DMC DJ Champion, and now DJ's around the world were spinning his music, and such clubland legends as Carl Cox and Paul Oakenfold included Dreams on their mix CDs. CJ Dolan followed through with releases under such names as Chrome and Narcotik scoring international trance and progressive house hits, which found their way on to the turntables of the likes as Sasha and Digweed etc and on to huge selling dance compilations, including Renaissance, Global Underground and the Best Of Platipus. Quench had the underground sussed, there was only one way to be going.... Up!

If you fast forward it reads like this... having set up his own state of the art studio in Melbourne, Quench started to create his new album, Consequenchial. At the core of it are the cutting-edge dance sounds the world expects from Quench... but there is a whole lot more. Hooplazaform, Class 101 and Relaxing Signals will certainly enhance Quench's reputation in clubland but they also ride on such a chilled groove they will effortlessly cross his rep over to a way bigger audience. But on top of that the addition of guest vocalists makes Consequenchial way more song driven than any of CJ's previous work.

Dance radio has already thrown its arms around the album's first single Embrace The Sunshine, with it's winter-warming melody and breezy vocal from Lisa Worley. Infinite Hold may ride on an edgy drum and bass rhythm track but Lisa adds a vocal that's as strong and warm as latte. Open Book has the ambience and soulfulness of a great seal track with a surprise vocal from Adam Thompson. Life's Little Pleasures has a progressive house heart beating behind a song that should be all over radio.

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Quench biography was last updated Thu, March 9th 2017

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