Absolutely incredible new drum and bass tracks out from Tantrum Desire – Released this week on their home label Technique Recordings, this four part EP features two versions of “What Is Your Desire” (a vocal and “dance floor pressure” version, both drum and bass), a sub heavy dubstep remix by Kinzy, and another even heavier than the rest drum and bass original track from Tantrum Desire entitled “I Am The Unicron“.
1. What Is Your Desire Ft I-Kay (Radio Edit)
2. What Is Your Desire Ft I-Kay (Dance Floor Pressure Mix)
3. What Is Your Desire Ft I-Kay (Kinzy Remix)
4. I Am Unicron
From Technique Recordings:
Tantrum Desire What Is Your Desire Ft I-Kay / I Am Unicron You already know Tantrum Desire. They regularly destroy raves and festivals worldwide as DJs. Their productions are heard everywhere from purist D&B DJ sets to daytime Radio 1. They’ve shaped a sound which weaves in dubstep and electro influences to push the boundaries of drum and bass. You know that already so, of course, youd expect their new release to continue the evolution. And it does. First up is What Is Your Desire, featuring the vocal talents of I-Kay, who D&B aficionados will recognize from anthems by the likes of Danny Byrd and Sigma. This is unmistakably the sound of now. Euphoric vocals soar over electro-tinged synths, building to a drop which delivers low-end power multiplied by I-Kays energy. This is mind manipulation, turning up your serotonin levels whether you like it or not. Thats just the radio edit. Next is the Dance Floor Pressure Mix which strips out the vocals and turns up the filth to deliver a serrated-edge version. Tantrum Desire keep the percussive riffs and builds, but add more weight in the bass to fulfill the needs of the sub-hungry junglist. Another twist in the tale is provided by dubsteps teenage prodigy Kinzy, whose mix grimes it up even further. Hes taken Tantrum Desires original story and set it in a sparse urban soundscape, populated by snarling bass tones and vicious drums. Not to be outdone on the darkness, Tantrum Desire then deliver Unicron. This opens with percussive riffs and spacey strings, building to a half-speed D&B drop. Bass, mid and high-end do battle, shifting focus rapidly between frequency ranges to keep the dancefloor energised. What Is Your Desire and Unicron serve to showcase the versatility of the Tantrum Desire sound. Given their track record of tracks and records you know these are sounds you’ll soon be hearing spun by everyone from original junglists to brand new converts.