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Turbo kicks it poolside with this collection, wading further than ever into the trendy waters of lifestyle deep-house. More

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We are doing a Turbo Hippie Dance party in Miami with Tiga, Pachanga Boys, Daniel Maloso, and Thomas Von Party this Friday March 15th at The Electric Pickle. More

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Twin Turbo diagnoses you with borderline personality disorder with “Robots Over Madrid”, the latest from noted Spaniards Borderline. Featuring a remix by In Flagranti. More

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Azari & III’s undeniable pop hooks and pitch-perfect vintage house sensibilities have lent themselves to some of the best and most popular remixes in recent memory. Now, the trend continues as Turbo presents a vital new wave of top reworks of the group’s endlessly fertile catalog. More

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Turbo overlord Tiga unleashes his hit single “Plush” on 12″ vinyl. Featuring remixes by I:Cube and Jacques Lu Cont.

Tiga’s latest hit single was co-produced by Matthew Dear, starting as a freeform jam session and ending as something that works equally well as an underground club anthem and literally everybody’s track of the year. It also features what Tiga is privately calling his greatest vocal performance to date. 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 four killer remixes of one of its biggest tracks of the year. Featuring Tiga, Lando Kal, Gingy & Bordello, and Locked Groove. More

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Azari & III’s unique blend of moody electronica, dark yet hooky vocal choruses and analog-thick rhythms has earned them a hardcore following and sees this album as one of the most-anticipated in the calendar. The four-piece, consisting of producer/musicians Dinamo Azari and Alixander III with vocalists Fritz Helder and Starving Yet Full, have crafted a defining sound that relishes in its references while maintaining a future perspective. More

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Turbo Recordings presents the second in a series of club-vanquishing EPs from Duke Dumont. More

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Turbo Recordings presents the first in a series of club-conquering EPs from Duke Dumont. More

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Rising Visionquest stars Footprintz cover Raid Over Moscow on Turbo’s first ever seven-inch release, a special Record Store Day exclusive. Featuring a remix by Ewan Pearson. More

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Turbo Recordings presents the debut of Raid Over Moscow. Three instant synth-pop classics clad in modern dance armor. Featuring remixes by Jori Hulkkonen, Zyntherius, and Ewan Pearson. More

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Turbo celebrates Renaissance Man’s lauded debut LP with a massive remix pack featuring Matthew Herbert, Joakim, Dexter, WhoMadeWho, Paul Woolford, Jori Hulkkonen, Call Super, Teeth, and Locked Groove. 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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Whereas Frozen Flower marked his most delicate and emotive release to date, the latest EP from Sei A snaps things back onto a futuristic grid of bass-driven club madness. Break the Pattern is a techno zap-fest featuring a killer hook, precision, laser-cut drums and a rough, rolling groove. More

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Sei A’s latest release finds the Scottish producer fully immersed in the forward-thinking UK electronic scene, splitting the difference between the worlds of underground techno and legit songwriting. More

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Architects are not like you or me. Every idiot knows architects aregeniuses. And every moron with a map of the world in his jean pocket knows that Finns are smarter than most. Renaissance Man, then, embody the almost unimaginable ideal of the Finnish Architect, multiplied and then squared. To the funth power. More

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For Renaissance Man’s first single off their Turbo debut LP, we’ve assembled a team of remixers whom we felt could live up to the playful intelligence of the original. More

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Turbo Recordings is proud to present a new pack of remixes from Crowdpleaser’s recent self-titled debut album. More

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Azari & III drop their new single, ‘Manic’: a perfectly sculpted piece of dystopian-house-pop taken from their highly anticipated debut album. 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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‘Hungry For the Power’ gets a fresh batch of big-name remixes in advance of Azari & III’s debut LP release. More

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Two of the choicest cuts from CROWDPLEASER’s debut album are showcased on this limited Turbo 12″. More

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Turbo is proud to present the latest in it’s series of artist albums, following from Finnish maestro Jori Hulkkonen and Scottish prodigy Sei A. More

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Three crossover hits from Spanish newcomers Borderline, two veteran DJs with friends in high places playing and charting these tracks… More

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BBC called Villa Nah’s debut album “the sort of sleek electro-pop that’d be gobbled up greedily by tastemakers and playlisters alike given sufficient notice.”
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Over the past year, Tiga has released a series of remix 12”s from his 2009 album Ciao! The ambitious project includes some of the most respected and sought-after producers in dance music. The final installment – “Love Don’t Dance Here Anymore” – features two remixes by Michigan City legend Carl Craig.
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Sei A (pronounced Say A) is one of the most exciting producers and songwriters in the world of modern techno and house music. More

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This is most likely my favorite track off Ciao!, and the response I’ve gotten from fans seems to suggest I’m not alone. More

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Turbo is proud to present the digital release of Bodo Elsel’s Mein Haus EP, previously only available on vinyl. The release also features a suave new remix by Nerk and Dirk Leyers, which will take your party to a land of cigarette holders and brass polish fumes. More

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How will this change of label affect my sound? Is this the end of ballads, jazz and ambient? Of course not -not even for me – but the album is a deliberate (as in not forced) departure from the bedroom vibes with focus on jams for the dance crowds. More

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Beep Beep Beep. Remix Remix Remix! More

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We could have just released it… but next-level A&R is about more than choosing tracks… it’s about choosing eras, and we needed to finish nu-rave before we could begin the tropic-o-bongo house revolution of 2009… More

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That sounds bad, but it’s the truth, the same as it’s true that these two tracks are total standouts and have been effective weapons lately for the few Turbo VIP’s that have them. More

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The fact that my life was changed, altered, and ultimately bettered by covering an MOR Canadian rockers 80’s pop tune is a quirk of destiny that gives me faith in the magical comedy that we call existence. More

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When 5 years later, I received the demo tracks………i instantly knew our moment had come. ZDAR’s crystal production had always been impossible to ignore but now……now there was something more: the man himself. His voice, his vision, his dreams…..all on CDR. More

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