Out Now - Tantrum Desire – Guided Rhythm

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  1. Techniqueoffice

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    PRESS RELEASE – FOR IMMEDIATE PUBLICATION

    Tantrum Desire – Guided Rhythm

    Release Date: 20th January 2013



    iTunes - http://bit.ly/iTunesTD
    Beatport - http://bit.ly/BeatTD
    DNBA - http://bit.ly/DNBATan
    Technique - http://bit.ly/TantrumGR


    [video=youtube_share;CaQNYYFBUKU]http://youtu.be/CaQNYYFBUKU[/video]
    [video=youtube_share;pplPI7bRY0Q]http://youtu.be/pplPI7bRY0Q[/video]


    It's not just the drum and bass die-hards who are getting into the Tantrum Desire sound. Their last release, “What Is Your Desire” featuring the monumental vocals of I-Kay, thrust this production duo further into the spotlight with airplay across Radio 1, 1Xtra and Kiss 109. Not to mention the hundreds of thousands of views for the video and strong support from DJs in parties worldwide which, for artists of this calibre, you can take for granted.

    So, sounds like they'd be satisfied with hitting those levels. Nope. They're back to push things a few notches further.

    “Guided Rhythm” takes the Tantrum Desire formula and tweaks it. We know they can inject energy into a tune, and here they deliver a double dose. Right from the word go, percussive sounds project anticipation through the speakers. And then the tension's cranked even further with old skool stabs and a vocal riff that will make this tune immediately recognisable. As the drums build alongside bass sweeps you know you're in the hands of consummate dancefloor destruction technicians. And then the drop heralds bassline power and a rise through more high-voltage synth-work that won't let the rave slow down.

    And that's just the drum and bass mix.

    Next up we have a dubstep reworking that reconstitutes the elements into something that's completely different. Not just a switch of tempo but a whole switch of vibe. The sparser beats allow the intro stabs and vocal lick to develop into a drop that delivers bassline savagery. With the aggressive bass played off against a counterpoint of alarm-call high-end sounds, this delivers a late-night alert to wake up and keep skanking.

    So, “Guided Rhythm” is a demonstration of Tantrum Desire's ability to keep their style evolving and twist up their sounds for any vibe. Whether you spin D&B or dubstep, these are going to find their way into discerning DJs sets across raves and airwaves wherever bass is appreciated.


    Tracklisting:

    1. Guided Rhythm
    2. Guided Rhythm (Dubstep Mix)


    For interview requests and further information contact:

    info@techniquerecordings.co.uk
     
  2. rysk

    rysk Part-time waster

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    nice selection
     
  4. Dagz

    Dagz Well-Known Member

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    THIS.



    Tantrum Desire used to make some absolute bangers but its been so long since i heard any from them. If i dont like the next track they release im taking them off my fav producers list. They best be worried.
     
  5. cele

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    get with it was pretty sick, and uncontrolled wasn't that bad either, know what you mean though freeze/just can't wait and higher were massive releases.

    have to say though that their sound got a bit samey and they needed to switch it up a bit, they just switched up in the wrong direction!

    this is ok, nothing special though, may bag if i feel like it
     
  6. rysk

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    it's technique as a whole man, look at the stompers DS&BS used to release...and look at their radio-friendly trash out now