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Temposhark Joy released on 29th May

“Joy! Joy! Joy!" released 29th May

-26th May 2006-

***** Released on May 29th 2006 on Paper and Glue/Propaganda ***** –"'Joy' is a throbbing slice of dirty synth pop that has all the potential to become a dancefloor favorite"

Mark Moore - "Joyous and anthemic rabble rouser"

Tom Robinson - "Look out Will and Alison Goldfrapp - Temposhark are hot, hip, here and happening"

Larry Tee - "I love Temposhark"

Avril (F Communications) - "A hit-to-be..."

Princess Julia - "It's a blast and of the highest calibre"

Noblesse Oblige – "An uplifting, intoxicating tune that gets your booty shaking and your arms in the air"

Melnyk - "An infectious, romper stomper of a sing along. fully en-Joy-able indeed"

Stefan Olsdal, Placebo - "Their knives are continuously being sharpened and this tune is where good electro should be: in your face!"

‘Joy’, the third installment in Temposhark’s series of limited edition singles, will be released on 29th May as a maxi CD single, 7” and digital download on Paper and Glue/Propaganda. It’s a track that’s already had a great reception from both their champions and their fans who raucously sing along at every live show.

‘Joy’ is a piece of dirty, synth-pop with pouty beats that seem to strut their way out of the stereo. The chorus is as catchy as they come and Rob’s vocals are fresh out of the eighties.

It’s irresistible, frivolous funk that references fame and shooting stardom. ‘Paris’ has long been a favourite with London’s fashionable, electro-club scene and couldn’t be more suitable for the simply stunning Princess Julia to guest on. It’s a throw away, tongue in cheek story of a romantic trip to Paris and references the famous Tour D’Argent where “nothing is more serious than pleasure”.

Princess Julia has remixed Paris with Luke Howard. Under their moniker of The Most, they’ve restyled Paris for London’s underground with dark, pumping beats and Julia’s ever so Landahn vocals.

Cursor Miner, the guru of the electronic underground, has remixed Joy for the limited edition 7” and digital download. Aptly named the ‘Black Hole’ remix, it will suck you in with its huge rotating bass and thumping beats.

Temposhark’s sound fuses electro synths and club beats with pop lyrics and sing-along vocals. The trio led by Rob Diament on vocals, Luke Busby on synths and Laurence Warder on bass have seduced the British alternative scene in both the seediest clubs and the rockiest live venues.

They will be touring the UK throughout May and June converting more fans to their sound which has already won them a global fan base on MySpace as well as performing at the Tate Britain and new music festies galore.

Joy featured on the home page of I-Tunes today.

For further information or to request interviews, please contact:

Judith at Paper & Glue

Tel: 07860162313