Tantrum Desire plays Nelson's Spiritbar on Saturday

Tantrum Desire take the stage at Spiritbar

UK duo Tantrum Desire play Spritbar on May 5 in Nelson.

Tantrum Desire is Jay Faleye and Devin Smith, a south London UK duo who have been producing some of the biggest drum and bass anthems since 2004.

They have been getting major recognition by many of the world’s top bass music acts such as Andy C, Aphrodite, Camo and Krooked, Skream, Benga, Sub Focus, and many more.

Now expanding their horizons, working on projects which integrate house, electro and dubstep influences, they have been getting major recognition in many different music scenes around the globe.

Their stop at Spiritbar on Saturday, May 5 is part of their first Canadian tour and will also be at Shambhala Music Festival as a headliner. The evening will also showcase Banff’s DJ Cain and Four20 MC. DJ Cain’s trunk tight mixing skills and seamless scratching abilities combined with Four20’s energetic and super hyper lyrical flows are a rowdy combination that will keep you bass faced up, sweaty and jumping around all night.

This will be a guaranteed high energy dancefloor frenzy with some of the most upfront and fresh bass music on the planet. Custom Visuals by Onbeyond. Opening set by DJ Four20. Advance tickets $20 at Hume Hotel and more at the door. Doors open at 10 p.m.

 

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