Miss Tantrum
United Kingdom  United Kingdom
REAL NAME:  Emily Brothers

LABELS:   TantrumSounds  

Miss Tantrum (Emily Brothers) is a recording artist, singer/songwriter, classically trained musician, sound engineer & producer from Watford, Hertfordshire, UK, making music in the genres of Drum & Bass, House and Electronic.

In May 2017 she launched a Pledge Music crowdfunding campaign to help fund her brand new solo E.P ‘Start Again’. The campaign raised 106% of her goal amount which was amazing! She released the EP herself September 15th 2017. With plays on BBC Radio 1Xtra and lots of support from drum and bass DJs, Miss Tantrum is over the moon with the response so far!

With her love of dark bass lines, unique vocals and flair for composing catchy melodies, Miss Tantrum’s music never disappoints! She was proud to be part of Wickaman’s compilation album ‘Bugged Out’ released in Oct 2016, collaborating with Wickaman, Mirrormirror and Klimax. Their track ’Poison’ and previous EP ‘Back To Life’ were released by Wickaman’s Bughouse label.
Emily has had tracks supported and played by BBC Introducing on BBC Three Counties Radio, Tracks continuously played on Channel 4’s ‘Hollyoaks’ and support from BBC Radio 6’s Tom Robinson. She previously recorded a pop album produced by BRIT award winner Simon Ellis (S Club7, Spice Girls, Britney Spears). Up until Dec 2014 Emily ran her own business for ten years – a recording studio in Watford High Street called The Sound Cube. She engineered & mixed every session from soloists, groups of up to 18 kids (from 7yrs +) to small bands, harpists and instrumentals.
She realised she had a passion for songwriting and music technology and started writing her own songs and recording them herself when she was only 11 years old. At school she learnt to play piano and saxophone and studied A-Level Music. She gained a Diploma in Music Technology at The Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama in Cardiff.


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MTSA1 Miss Tantrum - Start Again EPSep 14, 2017

This profile was created September 26, 2017.   Last edited: September 26, 2017.