Tiga's label brings together a diverse range of remixes of Swiss artist Crowdpleaser. At one end of the spectrum is Hreno & The Mole's version of "Jewel Self Dribbling Basketball", a trippy house groove, its psychedelic qualities augmented by a sample of a stoner talking about taking hits from an illicit substance. Daniel Maloso's take on "My Grandmother Could Tell You That" opts for a darker approach, with reverberating claps swept along by a malevolent acid line and a sinewy funk bass, while the St Plomb take on "Jonx" offers a more playful version of the 303-soaked house groove. Finally, Giorgio Gigli weighs in with a deep, hypnotic take on "DSG".
If your looking for something a little different then this album is definitely for you. Its an LP that will sound as good in the car as it will at the afterparty. Canadian label Turbo have uncovered a eclectic band who keep things interesting and varied across a solid 11 tracks. Although definitely not one for the clubs, its sounds great through the headphones with real highlights being 'My Grandmother Can Tell You That' and 'Jonx'.. Be open minded and give this a good go.