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When Steve Lawler first sent us “Crazy Dream,” he told us that he had made the record “specifically with Turbo in mind,” thus sending us on a quasi-lucid journey down a rabbit hole of self-discovery from which we have only recently emerged. More

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Following on from the salacious ‘Let’s Get Naked’ EP, Ali X, Theus Mago and Ximena come together once more to rinse the latest episode of Radio Turbo. Strap yourself in and enjoy the ride. More

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Pt. 1 of the ‘Blondes Have More Fun’ remix pack is out now on 12″ vinyl. Featuring the entrancing edition from Jonas Rathsman and two lustrous dubs (including one vinyl exclusive) from Running Back maestro Gerd Janson. Available here: https://tiga.lnk.to/BHMF1 More

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Cliff has clearly been smoking something special. ALL IT TAKES is one of his richest efforts to date, and that’s saying a lot coming off a consistent roll of terrific releases. More

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The name says it all: Acid Bitchez. Remixed by Jori Hulkkonen, General Ludd, Zia and Joeski. More

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Turbo pulls out amazing vinyl-only remixes from Red Axes and Johnny Aux to go alongside a massive acid version from Martinez Brothers. More

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Turbo taps it’s core talent to remix ‘100’ alongside a huge acid rework from Martinez Brothers. More

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Dutch newcomer TRACE7000 turns in a slamming debut EP. More

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Turbo A&R Thomas Von Party pulled an Aphex Twin and uploaded a bunch of miscellaneous abandoned track efforts to his Soundcloud. More

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A self-proclaimed 303-addict, LA-native Thee Mike B turnt in this set of raw acid, featuring a collab with Oliver Dollar and remixes by Sage Caswell, Madame and Turbo newcomer Trace7000. More

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Young Scottish Techno Gods Return with part three of Tannhauser Acid Works. More

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Alli Borem, the Italian Tech-house don who leapt into action three years ago with a huge debut on Desolat is back in top form with three club weapons for Turbo.
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The new Mike Mind album, Aether, is out today! Grab it online at these fine downloaderies: More

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The latest release from respected techno ascetic Mike Mind – whose past output has earned praise from artists such as Tiga, Gesaffelstein, James Holden, and Miss Kittin – is an anomaly in virtually every way. More

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joeFarr ushers in the next instalment of the Turbo Mix Sessions, along with an interview of the brutish Bristolian by London’s J. Tijn More

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Tiga reunites with longtime Finn-Friend Jori Hulkkonen to deliver a question of trust, a question of lust, and a question of not letting too much time pass between 12-inch dance releases. Embracing a shared love for late-night dancefloor sleaze, the always-likely pair venture into filthier territory than either would ever tolerate in any phase of their actual lives. More

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For the second release from our new, forward-thinking label, we looked to “The Land Where It’s Already Tomorrow and Also Down Under” More

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A four track EP of anthemic vocal house music laced with Detroit strings, Chicago acid, and dystopian chords. More

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Their first outing on Turbo showcases a more stripped-down club sound, the pop vocals subdued to lush moans, the tones darker and deeper than what you’ve heard from them before, but every bit as catchy and effective on the dancefloor. More

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Scandi superproducers and future Acid Hall-of-Famers Jesper Dahlbäck and Jori Hulkkonen are back on Turbo with their party hats on. Backwards. More

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