Turbo Recordings presents “Junk”, the latest single from Russian rave-oligarch Proxy. Featuring remixes by Harvard Bass, Bobby Champs, and NT89.
The new single from Proxy’s debut LP, MUSIC FROM THE EASTBLOCK JUNGLES PT. 1, “Junk” is a maelstrom of old-skool breaks and wailing synth-sirens, featuring a brilliant cut-up vocal sample commanding your synapses to give up and break down. This is the kind of atom-smashing cortex-ruiner that only Proxy can deliver, offering a taste of the years-in-the-making arms buildup contained on his album.
Fresh off his recent “Erasers & Chalk” EP on Twin Turbo, Harvard Bass has released music on Sound Pellegrino and Boysnoize Records, and collaborated with Green Velvet, Brodinski, Djedjotronic and Noob. Here, he adds to his prolific remixography by amping up the sub and dropping an infectious acid line.
UK undergrounder Bobby Champs’ first single earned support from the likes of Objekt and Jamie XX. His killer remix of “Junk” weds mesmeric loops to blood-curdling synth abuse. Massive.
Long one of Turbo’s most ardent supporters, Italy’s NT89 comes into the fold with a dose of dystopian techno doom. Look for his upcoming contribution to the New Jack Techno 2 compilation, set for release in 2013.