"Since I've been using the SUBPAC, I can’t make music without it! I definitely feel more in control of my tracks."
Q&A with Tantrum Desire about the SUBPAC:
What role does “feeling” play in the music you make and love?
Being able to feel the low end of your track is both incredible and enjoyable. It really does enhance the experience when I’m working on music. Using the SUBPAC has really improved the way I mix down my tracks, allowing me to feel whats actually going on in the subsonic area and how punchy the transients are outputting. It’s amazing.
Has the SUBPAC changed the way you create, produce or mix music?
Since I’ve been using the SUBPAC, I now can’t make music without it. I definitely feel more in control of my tracks, where as I’m able to judge on if the sub bass is too weak or overdriven and monitor where the low frequencies are clashing, in reference to the kick and sub bass. My music is very much bass related which makes the SUBPAC the perfect tool. Read More...
How could physical audio” change our relationship to sound and music in the future?
Travelling while listening to music with that club sensation is life changing, as well as using it in the studio. When I’m producing music, the SUBPAC must be on where I’m quite adapted to it now. I think physical audio will bring people together not only for listening to music, but for also watching movies and playing video games, it’s a whole new level. If you’re in your home, you can listen or create music at night without losing any enjoyment and disturbing anyone, which is a great advantage. This will certainly increase the love for creating and listening to music now more than ever.
What excited you about the FEEL.SUBPAC project?
The first time I tried the SUBPAC, when that bass feeling kicked in, I was blown away, I thought straight away that this is next level. It’s now great to be affiliated with the SUBPAC team and I’m excited to add some elements to the FeelBass project.
ABOUT Tantrum Desire:
Jay Faleye otherwise known as Tantrum Desire, is an electronic producer/DJ from London, UK. His love and passion for Drum & Bass music escalated since the early 2000s and has remained strong ever since.
In late 2006, Tantrum Desire released tracks such as Dreamscape” on Heavyweight Records. His music attracted many peers which followed onto DJ’ing at residential clubs in London, also receiving air time support from BBC Radio 1 & 1xtra. By late 2007, he was then picked up by Drumsound & Basslinesmith and signed to their very own Technique Recordings. Read More...
Since then, the Londoner has had many releases leading up to his successful worldwide anthem “Reach” in 2011. An explosive single hitting over a million views on YouTube, holding the Number #1 spot on Beatport for over a month and being one of the most rotated singles in the Drum & Bass scene. This received great support from Radio presenters and DJs such as Zane Lowe, Fearne Cotton, Fabio & Grooverider, Annie Mac, Pendulum, Andy C, Benga & Skream, Sub Focus plus more.
Dividing his studio time, Tantrum Desire has been busy with his live shows throughout the years, touring in many cities across the UK, Europe, USA and Australia.
In addition to this he has affiliated with labels such as Universal Island Records, Ministry of Sound, 3beat, with also building a history in high demand remixes for likes of The Wanted, Laidback Luke, Rusko, Matrix & Futurebound, Wideboys, Utah Saints, the list goes on.
In early 2015, Tantrum Desire released his single “Oblivion” featuring vocals from Solah, selected as one of UKF’s Top tracks of the year, taken from his debut album Diversified” which was then released in the summer on 2015. The LP went in the Top 10 release charts on Beatport and was nominated Best Album at the Bass Music Awards sponsored by Sony. He supported the album with international tours, performing at clubs and festivals such as Ministry Of Sound, Avalon in Hollywood and Shambhala Festival in Canada.
The future is bright for the fact that Tantrum Desire has become one of the most exciting production outfits to date, with the fire to innovate and take things to the next level.