Q-Bizm, an ITA-UK-US jazz-rock band, was born in 1997 during a vacation in Switzerland when Filippo Gaetani (bass & vocals), Francesco Corrias (drums) and ETN Hunyady (guitar) met for a long bass-guitar-drums jam. The first official recording took place during a weekend of July 2000. The recordings were mostly live improvisations, the material was then turned into songs. In 2001 two guests friends musicians from London Steph D'Silva and Valentin Gerlier, contributed to shape the sound of the new songs.
The result of the 2000 and 2001 recordings is the band's first album "Q-Bizm". The second album "Vivid" was recorded during different live sessions in july, october and december 2002 plus 2003 and 2004. The new compositions and production reflect the influence of the musicians who took part in the new project: Thomas Murley (vocals, drums and percussion), Walter Paoli (Drums), Stefano Lunardi (Electric and acoustic violin, and viola) and Alessandro Riccucci on tenor, baritone saxophone and flute. New sounds were explored adding interesting new flavours to the already varied musical spectrum spanning from acoustic, funk-rock & jazz to electronic. Web magazines welcomed with very positive reviews and "Stay away" is still having radio airplay on local radios. Q-Bizm dissolved in 2004 as members private life and solo career didn't allow a stable collaboration.