QFX are a dance music group, partly from Hawick, Scotland, who formed in 1992. Their music style was generally a mix of bouncy techno and happy hardcore.
QFX band members include Kirk Turnbull (producer, Heather Allan Finnie (vocals), David Goonery (Dancer) and Andrew Love (MC). The band are joined on stage by the Blok dancers for live performances. Previous members include Scott Craik 1992-94 (producer, Neil Trotter MC, Steven Lawes MC, Debbie Hudspeth (vocals), Lorna (vocals), Stevie Scott (dancer from 2000-2002), David Walker (dancer/remixer and DJ), Barry Brown (dancer), and Brian Nelly (dancer), Natalie Estelle James (vocals), and Neil Trotter (MC)
In December 1994, they released their first album, entitled Freedom. It reached number 5 in the UK Indie Chart. Freedom stayed on that Top 20 list for fourteen weeks. In January 1996, QFX covered the Moby track, "Everytime You Touch Me", which propelled QFX into the UK Singles Chart at number 22. This led to an appearance on BBC Television's Top of the Pops. In July 1996, the band released "You Got The Power", which reached #33 in the same UK chart. QFX also remixed songs for other musicians, including Gala with "Freed From Desire".
QFX released five albums, and had five UK Top 40 hit singles. They were featured on over 20 compilation albums world wide.
In early 2010, they released QFX Greatest Hits, which included all their hits, plus their remixes and featured special guest remixes, producers, and vocalists.
In 2015, QFX are still doing a Live PA, with original members Kirk Turnbull, Heather Allan Finnie, David Goonery, with their new MC Andrew Love (Joined 2010). The band are currently touring the UK, celebrating their 21st year since they formed, including headlining many music and dance festivals.
QFX launched Dance Anthems in March 2013 and have spent the last few years touring the UK with their brand new stage show. The concept of the show incorporates QFX covers of the best dance tracks in the club scene from the 1990s and early 2000s, as well as updated mixes of QFX tracks and originals. An album entitled "Dance Anthems" was released later in that year.
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