- Release Date 2010-07-20
- Label Echelon
- Catalog ER056
Planned for release in September 2010, "Premiering In Theaters" consists of 14 carefully selected works composed with fierce musical passion and meticulous craftmanship during the last 2 years. Having received his audio engineering and recording arts diploma in mid-2010, Tempo Giusto now delivers the audience his signature sound in its purest and most enriched form so far, combining his thematic and melodic dynamism with a wildly powerful drive, yet preserving the minute musical delicacies and nuances of composition. The emphasis is on club sound but there are softer pearls as well that give the album more depth, such as the vocal single "Alive". The album will be available as a continuous DJ mix by Tempo Giusto, and as separate tracks for club play.
To make things even more interesting, the album is followed by a remix compilation in which the original works are presented by a cavalcade of fine producers who are all known of their unique sound and expression, including Mike Koglin, Mark Sherry, DJ Eco, Kenneth Thomas, Dave Schiemann, Evol Waves, and many others. Together with the remixes, "Premiering in Theaters" will be one of the most outstanding and thought-provoking releases in the electronic music scene this year.
1. Diesel (Original Mix)
Of any regular combustion engines, the diesel engine has the highest thermal efficiency and doesn't need a spark plug as the heat generated by the very high compression causes the fuel to self-ignite. High torque at low engine speeds makes the diesel engine widely applicable as a heavy industrial power source. This illustration also serves to depict Tempo Giusto's second album single - a structurally solid and thematically captivating work that represents the darker, harder, and clubbier side of the artist heard before in releases such as 'Blow' and 'The Name Game'. The track builds on a pumping bass line and a central nailing riff, slashing hihats, and wet claps, all adorned with carefully placed tech-industrial details. The first parts prepares for the second with melodic theme development and the breakdown unleashes a violent, highly compressed lead of a ripping timbre.
2. Diesel (Greenhouse Effect Mix)
In many ways musically different, the Greenhouse Effect Mix points our attention to the much discussed flip side effects of industrialization. Contrary to the raw, dark sound of the original mix, the Greenhouse Mix serves its themes exudating rich and juicy timbres, in warm sound colours and a humid, psyish vibe. Deep synth stabs paint a wide canvas for the vibrant melodics which climax in the end of the breakdown. A rugged bass lead then emerges as a contrast to the soft sound scenery of the beginning, accompanied by the alarming sirens that remind us of the reality and seriousness of global warming.
3. Diesel (Evol Waves Remix)
Well-known of his trademark mixture of banging techno and trance, Evol Waves is a sound selection to remix this monster and delivers another sure hit for the dance floors. Dry minimal percs whip the syncopated bass body forward, accompanied with industrial hisses and a crude lead. The break strikes in a melodic surprise with a mystical tremolo synth presenting the original's main theme, and the second part kicks off with a massive lead playing a short motif cut from it in a capricious variation.
4. Diesel (Tempo Giusto pres. MagicMan Remix)
Another intriguing remix, The MagicMan remix is a technoish track with a strong club drive and minimal vibe. The first part begins with an introduction and is lead to the break by a cut lead motif from the original. The break momentaneously immerses the listener into a melodic sound pool and kicks off again with the drive of the first part with subtle theme development.