In 2005 Dimitris Nassios aka Q started working on his first album, which took the greater part of two years to complete. "Truth Be Told" is a double album released in 2007 through Timewarp Music, under the alias Quasamodo (Quite Unusual and Slightly Awkward Music of DiverseOrigin). The double album reflected Q’s ambiguity towards one style or genre. This is why the first CD focused on Disco and N ufunk contrary to the NuJazz sound of the second. This got him airplay and subsequently was featured in various compilations, the highlight being the Italian Acid Jazz magazine which included two of his songs and wrote a fantastic review of the album. Upon completion of his first album, he quickly found himself once again uneasy with what he wanted to do next so he teamed up with George Fotiadis aka Basement Freaks in search of something new. In the beginning they collaborated on funky tunes and released tracks like "Move Sucka" on Goodgroove Records, "Let's Funk" for Manmade Records and "Ya Need a Funky Band" on SunsetSoul Records. They then spent months in the studio recording musicians and experimenting with old microphones and amplifiers in search of the perfect takes and the result was The Smokey Bandits album "Debut". After just having received a diploma in Audio Engineering and Psychoacoustics from SAE he signs with UK based Freestyle Records. By the end of 2008 he signed his second personal album "Journey Through Sounds" under a new alias "The Q Orchestra". It was released in June 2010 and was praised by the likes of Craig Charles BBC6, Lance Ferguson of The Bamboos. His latest soon to be released album “Moving On” encompasses the insanely talented MC Coppa and the astonishing Thaliah.