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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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Turbo Recordings takes new-school electro to grad school with the latest release from Finnish duo Renaissance Man. More

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Twin Turbo presents the debut release from Pilo, featuring three tracks to destroy whatever’s left of 2012’s dancefloors. More

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Turbo Recordings is proud to present RGB, the fifth album from top-class veteran super-producer Zombie Nation. The LP’s 14 tracks refine and expand upon the Munich studio genius’ signature sound, making it a worthy successor to previous classics like Black Toys and Zombielicious, not to mention his groundbreaking work as half of cult demigods ZZT. This is some of the biggest-sounding dance music you’ll hear all year, infused with a masterful attention to detail and one of the scarcest commodities in the genre: genuine character and personality. More

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Turbo Recordings presents “Raw,” the latest single from the Russian Rave-Czar’s debut album, MUSIC FROM THE EASTBLOCK JUNGLES, PT. 1. More

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The Wait Is Over. The World Is Over. More

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Twin Turbo gives you a reason to keep on holdin’ on with two new-school electro bombs from Irish producer Phil Kieran. More

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Turbo Recordings presents “Junk”, the latest single from Russian rave-oligarch Proxy. Featuring remixes by Harvard Bass, Bobby Champs, and NT89. More

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Twin Turbo coasts along the upper crust of fun with two new floor-devourers from Harvard Bass. Featuring a remix by PILO. More

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Turbo Recordings presents a stellar new EP from emerging UK producer joeFarr, the latest addition to the label’s New Jack Techno stable. More

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Turbo Recordings is proud to present the first single off the upcoming LP from Munich superproducer Zombie Nation. More

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Proxy makes his long-awaited return with a shocking display of hardcore sonic violence. More

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Twin Turbo throws all modesty out the nightclub window with the latest bomb from Zoo Brazil, “Single of the Year”. Featuring a remix by Zombie Nation. More

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“The Wait Is Nearly Over. The World Is Nearly Over.” More

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Following a meteoric rise that has seen them attain Top 10 Beatport sales and a fanbase ranging from superstar DJs to genuine immortals like Martin Gore, Scottish prodigies Clouds return with their boldest statement yet, placing them firmly at the forefront of the new wave of UK techno. More

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Twin Turbo keeps it Canadian with this world-banging release from Toronto DJ/producer John Roman. More

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As ZZT, Tiga and Zombie Nation are responsible for the greatest string of cult bangers this century, with a crew of fanmen-turned-remixers that speaks for itself. Justice. Erol Alkan. The Advent. Proxy. Julio Bashmore. Gesaffelstein. More

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This release offers incontrovertible proof that Twin Turbo can turn even the most serious techno artist into a Slave to the Fun, forcing the Toronto-based Studio Whizman to produce tracks that will do things to a dancefloor that no sober trainspotter will feel comfortable with. More

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Gingy & Bordello open the floodgates with the Iron & Water EP, three club-devouring crowdpleasers that showcase the duo’s maturing sound. More

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Whatever you thought you thought about Turbo is now irrelevant. New Jack Techno is a sign of the future, portending the great things to come as the label’s new generation of talent finds its audience. More

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Ushering in a new era for Tiga’s Turbo Recordings, New Jack Techno showcases the label’s next generation of producers, signalling a bold new direction for the influential Canadian imprint. This 12″ sampler includes three highlights from the compilation, offering a preview of what looks like a massive year for the veteran label. More

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Twin Turbo reaffirms its commitment to puttin’ it all the way over the top with a new release from Scotland’s Ado, formerly best-known for his work on Fake Blood’s Blood Music, and now widely-beloved for his association with us. More

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Turbo presents the latest in its stable of new techno artists with a powerful EP from Belgium’s Locked Groove. More

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If you’ve seen Tiga play a festival set over the past few months, then you saw him play at least three to five Clouds tracks, with at least one of them being “Optic”, “Future Blaster”, or “Vaults”. More

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The hottest new Techno Killer gets the remix treatment from hallowed legends and emerging stars. More

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Turbo Recordings presents a second pack of killer remixes of ZZT’s “Work”, the latest single off the Tiga/Zombie Nation supergroup’s PARTYS OVER EARTH LP. Featuring The Advent & Spiriakos, Norman Nodge and Gingy & Bordello. More

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Coinciding with a hot new video and an upcoming album re-release courtesy of Island Records, Turbo weighs in with heavyweight remix support from label bossmaster TIGA and Russian Rave-Czar PROXY. More

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Twin Turbo throttles up the VIP engine room with two new foam-bombs from Zoo Brazil. More

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The Tiga/Zombie Nation supergroup returns with another blast of cortex-sizzling electro-funk. Featuring a remix by Nautiluss. More

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Clouds continue their untouchable run of untouchable bombs with Matter, earning huge support from the likes of Tiga and Erol Alkan, as well as the likes of others. More

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Tiga and Zombie Nation have joined forces to create the most potent dance record of the year. Apocalyptic tension. Panic-fueled fundowns. 2012 is approaching. THE HEAT IS NOW – PARTYS OVER EARTH! More

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After a series of cult hits with “Lower State of Consciousness”, “The Worm”, “ZZafrika”, and “Vulkan Alarm!”, ZZT continue their reign of underground club domination with their most overt anthem yet. 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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THE HEAT IS NOW More

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“You can call me Tiga. You can call me The Dove. You can call me Mister St. Shoes. What you can’t do is pin down my restless wrestler’s heart. In the words of the irrepressible Thom Yorke, ‘You know what the hell I’m doing here.’” More

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