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18 Jun 12
Played by: Paul Mac, Pagalve, Shadow Dancer, Balankin, Juno Recommends Techno, Aka Tell (A.g.trio), DJS Pareja, Anja Schneider, Tura, Dave Elyzium, Tocacabana
Review: If this is the new face of techno, then clearly, there's a lot to be excited about. Tomas Andersson turns in a grungier, more unhinged take on "Washing Machine" here, but in the process, he ensures that "Stickingar O" is not lacking in loose funk. The common bond on the standout tracks is the bassline; Milano's "Wasteland" is a perfect example, with a hoover bass booming its way through a moody arrangement and Locked Groove & Gingy's "Tie Dye" features a visceral low end steamrolling its way through a chord-heavy rolling rhythm. But best of all is Gang 49's "Clouds", a distorted kick-led piledriver that makes 99 per cent of contemporary techno sound polite and sterile.
26 May 09
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25 Apr 11
Played by: Selecto
23 May 11
Played by: Stereo Underground
Review: "100 years ago I had a dream: release music I love, with pro graphics, without going bankrupt". Trust Tiga to give a great soundbite for his label's four-part retrospective, part two of which drops this week. Covering 2005-2008, some stone cold electro and techno classics reside herein: Tomas Barfod's criminally underrated wonky-tech beauty "Saturdaya" and early tunes from Boys Noize (the untypically subdued "Haldern"), Proxy, Dim and Duke Dumont's Debbie Deb-sampling "When I Hear Mu'sic". With Justice's mighty take on ZZT's "Lower State of Consciousness" also here, this is a perfect collection for die-hards and casual Turbo listeners alike.
20 Jun 11
25 Jul 11
13 May 13
Renaissance Man - "What Do You Do When You Do What You Do" (Matthew Herberts Little Liar remix) - (5:46) 122 BPM
Played by: Juno Recommends Electro House
Review: Rewind! Tiga's Turbo plunder the recent cabinets in their 15 year vaults and dust off 20 of their favourite/most acclaimed tracks from releases 100-125. Ranging from the lush disco of Azari & III to the fairy-tale echoes of Matthew Herbert via the new-beat 80s funk of Footprintz they're flexing their broadest musical muscles with equal measures consistency and variety. Highlights include Midland's gritty bass-house rub of Sei A's "Frozen Flower" and Duke Dumont's sexy shuffler "Street Walker".
18 Mar 13
Played by: Mat Cant, Tripeo, Shadow Dancer, Juno Recommends Electro House, Jay Lumen, American DJ, Top Billin DJ Team, Danny Daze
Review: Ever since serial eyeliner abuser Tiga released FPU's cover of Crockett's Theme in 2002 on his Turbo imprint, he's always been known for his love of a Miami Vice lifestyle. This year he's all over Miami with a virtual mini-tour of the city as well as hosting a big label party. This is the corresponding compilation and as always it boasts top-notch releases from the world of electro-disco. Highlights include Shadow Dancer's Jan Hammer esque opener "Day By Day", the stabby stomp of Locked Groove's "Keep Thorough" and the sublime "One Of Us" by Iron Galaxy & Sexlife, whose name's a highlight in itself.
17 Jan 08
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