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Russia’s own Dimitri Veimar made his full debut on the label earlier this month, dropping the exquisite ‘Less Talk’ EP on vinyl and digital. Well, he hasn’t stopped there! This week he returns with a gift to Club Turbo, our online community. Dimitri has made a brand new cut ‘In My Mind’ available to members only. More

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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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The Lab NYC is Mixmag and Smirnoff Sound Collective’s weekly afterwork party where they stream the best American and international DJs from the intimate space connected to their Brooklyn office. Last Friday, Mixmag welcomed Charlotte De Witte and Ledisko for a special Turbo Recordings showcase. Re-live all the action below. More

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Seasoned memory athletes will no doubt recall the Turbo’s past affiliation with the former Soviet Union (Proxy, Tiga Tigayevich Khristorozhdestvensky), and recent geopolitical developments have prompted the label to once again hedge its bets. Our A&R team spent countless hours sifting through layer after layer of Russian underground music, a shocking amount of which turned out to be fake SoundCloud accounts from producers based in Florida. In fact, our best intelligence suggests that Dimitri Veimar may be the only person making music in Russia today. More

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Inspired by one of our label boss’ most polarizing tweets, this EP is the first Twin Turbo release by an artist citing influences from the worlds of adult contemporary jazz and “Funky Latin,” although the music contained within challenges the very notion that these genres even exist. And this is perhaps the purest expression of the dualistic nature of the Twin Turbo ethos: as far as we are concerned, there is visor-melting insanity, and there is nothing. More

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Berlin’s Sascha Funke weighs in with a hard-hitting new four-tracker for Tiga’s label.

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Twin Turbo – our digital-only, high-energy-only sub-label – offers a look back at the second chapter of its existence with an anti-filler compilation of tracks released between October 2013 and April 2016. A virtual lifetime experienced as a hyper-compressed series of peak-time opportunities for growth, understanding, and being shot in the face by a quantum foam cannon at point-blank range. More

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Twin Turbo – our digital-only, high-energy-only sub-label – offers a look back at the second chapter of its existence with an anti-filler compilation of tracks released between October 2013 and April 2016. More

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The Turbo debut from Gilmer Galibard is a collection of four dark, visceral techno floor-destroyers from a young Canary Islands-based producer about whom we know relatively little. More

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

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The full Clouds-curated compilation of hardcore Scottish hooligan techno. More

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You might want to put your hard hat on for this one. More

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Enigmatic Russian producer returns to Turbo sounding every bit as powerful as ever. More

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Irreverent cult-dance dons Tiga and Zombie Nation return with an enormous anthem. More

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Twin Turbo officially heralds the Second Age of Twin Turbo with this compilation of la creme de la best from the sub-label’s first two years of club-friendly existence. More

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Forged in the fire of recent studio sessions for Tiga’s next artist album, ‘Let’s Go Dancing’ is the collaboration between the Canadian producer and Audion aka Matthew Dear. 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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The second instalment of the Turbo Mix Sessions series, brought to you by the latest member of the Turbo camp, Randomer. More

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WORLD PREMIERE | Clouds – Future 1 More

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This is raw, fear-inducing UK warehouse at it’s finest, and a big step forward for the developing New Jack Techno genre. More

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Here is the video for “Raw”, taken from Part 1 of Russian producer Proxy’s debut album Music From The Eastblock Jungles. More

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Dutch duo TWR72 are the artists in question, dutifully delivering tracks that will make you better at your job. Emerging in 2010 with a sound Radio 1 dubbed ‘Future Techno,’ their first records got heavyweight support from Erol Alkan, Len Faki, Brodinski, Modeselektor, and even Tiga. More

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Twin Turbo creams all over the dancefloor with the latest release from Harvard Bass. Featuring a remix by Ambivalent. More

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Turbo Recordings nukes first and asks questions later with the release of Proxy’s latest single, “Who Are You?” Featuring remixes by Pilo and Attaque. More

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Twin Turbo kicks off 2013 with an EP of club-rocking house-jackers from Scottish prodigies Clouds. More

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After years of anticipation, Proxy at last presents his debut LP, MUSIC FROM THE EASTBLOCK JUN- GLES. Beloved by top DJs and stadium crowds the world over, the undisputed master of the “Turn It Up to 11” movement has created an album that harnesses the pure spirit of legit rave culture, with 15 tracks that span and elevate countless genres – notably inflected by classic bass and DnB – wi- thout regard for trends or ephemeral influences. More

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Turbo Recordings honors one of the best albums of 2012, Zombie Nation’s RGB, with a solid selection of remixes from Zoo Brazil, Popof, Modek, TWR72, joeFarr and J. Tijn. More

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