Mystery is such an important part of music. It’s why only the handsomest male DJs declined to wear a mask between 2012 and 2015. When we work with an artist for the first time at Turbo, we are immediately torn between wanting to know everything about them and letting our childlike imaginations fill in the blanks.
Toronto’s finest Carlo Lio is a debutant on Twin Turbo this month, featuring a raucous mind-warping two tracker in club-ready weapons ‘Psychout’ and ‘All She Wants’. We had the pleasure of catching up with Canadian producer to get his insight into the release and an update on this Summer season so far… More
“When Dense & Pika asked to use my golden voice, in the form of my almost classic cover of Public Enemy, I only said yes because of their impeccable track record. After their epic remix of “Planet E”, as well as a thousand other techno anthems, I felt the result was guaranteed. Here you have the fruits of their labor. “ – Tiga More
Hoshina Anniversary debuted on Turbo last week with a much lauded and opportunely named EP titled “Phone Case”. The release, showcasing once more the inimitable, funky lo-fi blend from the Japanese artist, has already picked up support from the likes of Len Faki, Richie Hawtin and Jennifer Cardini. We took him up on the opportunity to take a look at the key production tools, which crafted the EP. All you need to know is right here…
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
Whether you’re enjoying a private home listening experience or doing God’s work by mixing our tracks into others of a comparable BPM in front of people, Twin Turbo is here to guide you along the ascended path of music consumption mastery. This particular release marks an auspicious point in your personal evolution, provided you’ve been using the download codes we’ve provided for 3-D printable vitamins, as label favourites Shaded and Harvard Bass pool their unique energy signatures in a rare team-up. The collaboration sees the two California-bred collaborators collaborating with a rapper named “Rossirock”, whom they chose after rejecting every last member of Twin Turbo’s in-house stable of MCs, who it seems will continue to do office chores in exchange for the possibility of someday lending their unique lyrical perspectives to a fun and modern club track. More
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