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
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
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
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
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
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.