Out Now: Dimitri Veimar – Agung EP

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“techno records with personality are worth their weight in gold.
it’s so rare that a record has power, originality and genuine creativity…. and still has an edge, even a touch of danger.
The new Dimitri Veimar is one of those records: from the low-slung jack of AGUNG (which i play every night) to the distorted emotion of “Countach”, its an EP we are very proud of over here at Turbo HQ. enjoy.” – TIGA

Russian producer Dimitri Veimar, mastermind behind the outstanding ‘Less Talk’ EP earlier this year on Turbo, returns with the ‘Agung’ EP this December. The rising talent delivers a fresh four tracker and it’s out now on 12″ vinyl and on digital with an extra adjoining. Download/Buy here.

Throughout its nearly 20-year heroic label’s journey, Turbo Recordings has fulfilled its pledge to “keep on lookin’ for the music” no matter where it takes them, working with artists from cultures as diverse as Sweden, Finland, England, Spain, Scotland, Mexico, Australia, France, Argentina, Switzerland, Germany, Belgium, Italy, the United States, Israel, Denmark and Toronto. We realize that certain parts of the world are still underrepresented, and are working hard to correct this. Our Antarctic A&R guy has been asleep at the wheel for far too long, and can expect a sternly-worded e-mail any day now.

All of which brings us to our newest core artist, Russia’s Dimitri Veimar. We’d like to tell you we discovered him when he and his friends shot down our Eurasian Outreach Ableton Tutorial Helicopter for being “too condescending,” but the truth is actually much simpler. Veimar is merely fluent in the universal language of floor-filling, one that transcends borders and skin-crawling descriptions alike. It is a primal tongue describing a future where all communication is elevated to an endless loop of sweat-drenched club-goers pressed tightly against the front of the stage, smiling at everything you do.

A1 – Agung
A2 – D.I.L.D.
B1 – Classinger
B2 – Rise Up
DX – Countach