Lots of Temper D News, EP’s 12″‘s, Mixes etc.

Firstly, there are 2 new Ep’s out, the Phat Slang EP on Rocstar, hailed by none other than Laurent Garnier as a “monster of a tune that will get them jumping around like crazy”. High Rankin also declared that “Temper D has a habit of making great rave tunes, and if you don’t think Phat Slang is great, then you’re a dick.” Nice. Jump Around chart-topped at Trackitdown for weeks as a featured release, and the VIP version has allowed breakbeat DJ’s to transition from breaks into dnb seamlessly. Secondly The Shove It EP has just come out on Standard Audio, Afghan Headspin’s label, and contains a mix of electro house, dubstep / breaks and minimal, again supported by the likes of Jay Cunning, High Rankin, Cut La Roc and many more. The Shove It EP is also currently a featured release on Beatport, where its exclusive for the next 2 weeks. Kanji Kinetic has also lined up Temper D’s Bring the Bass EP on his fidget label Electro Stimulation for the coming weeks, with the tracks featuring in the sets of Drop the Lime, B-Rich, High Rankin and many more. Audio is on the soundcloud page: www.soundcloud.com/temper-d.
While High Rankin finalises details for the relaunch of his Suicide dub imprint, there are several collaborations with Temper D under the name High Temper ready to go. Check out any of the mixes on www.soundcloud.com/temper-d for previews. Dave has also started a new regular multi-genre downloadable mix series called Moving Sideways, Part 1 of which is proving very popular on the soundcloud page.

Drum and Bass Vinyl wise, Temper D Productions will be releasing TDPV007 Temper D’s Level Checking and Gangbanger soon, supported by the likes of Shy FX and Future Prophecies among others, with more from Temper himself on a deeper vibe with tracks like Pea head and Tuesday Blues, finally getting him into the notoriously picky record boxes of people like DJ Ink, Gremlinz, Phobia, and Raiden. After that its the collaboration sessions with Prolix, which generally go bang, and some crazy hardcore minimal from Brandon Miles and Tricky Pat.
To catch Dave DJing, check out any of these dates…To book Temper D please e-mail temper_d@hotmail.com
26th March – Take Control, Czech Republic
17th April – Question Mark, London, UK
24th April – Katowice – Poland
28th May – Haarlem – Netherlands
29th May – Rotterdam – Netherlands
4th June – Bratislava – Slovakia
3rd July – Milkface, 333, London (Fidget Set)
23rd July – let it Roll Festival – Czech Republic
24th July – Martin – Slovakia

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