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1. Duke Dumont - The Giver

Duke Dumont - The Giver

DUKE DUMONT - FOR CLUB PLAY ONLY VOL. 2 Turbo Recordings presents the second in a series of club-vanquishing EPs from @dukedumont. Following the rapturous reception of his first club-centric EP for Turbo, as well as remixes for Santigold and the forthcoming AlunaGeorge single, UK superproducer Duke Dumont returns to tighten his stranglehold on the worldwide nightgeist with FOR CLUB PLAY ONLY VOL. 2, this time training his sights on the Vocal Anthem heavyweight title. A-side "No Money Blues" brings UK bass and deep house into the realm of crossover pop, while "The Giver" is an ecstatic vocal house anthem that would fit seamlessly alongside the most uplifting MURK classics. These are probably the two most "feel-good" tracks we will put out all year, but the impeccable level of quality actually lets you "feel good" about "feeling good." This EP positions Dumont as the versatile international hitmaker we know him to be, establishing a globe-spanning Dukedom to unite us all. Purchase digitally or on 12" vinyl: http://bit.ly/1BiC7mo www.turborecordings.com www.dukedumont.com

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2. Azari & III - Hungry For The Power (Jamie Jones Ridge Street Remix)

Azari & III - Hungry For The Power (Jamie Jones Ridge Street Remix)

'Hungry For the Power' gets a fresh batch of big-name remixes in advance of Azari & III's debut LP release, due in July. Headlining the package is a showdown of Crosstown Rebels stars, with the red-hot Jamie Jones and Art Department each turning in massive renditions. Jamie's mix is a full-blown, driving party anthem, while Azari's fellow Torontonians elevate the pop flavours with a more laid-back approach. Guy Gerber, fresh off a fruitful collaboration with P. Diddy, delivers a feverish, saturated late-night mix. Emerging talent Sei A turns in a hauntingly beautiful dubstep mix reminiscent of the mighty Burial. Finally, Azari & III pump the drums up and enhance the Detroit-styled strings on their brand-new Dub.

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3. Tiga VS Audion - Let's Go Dancing (Adam Beyer Remix)

Tiga VS Audion - Let's Go Dancing (Adam Beyer Remix)

Just when you thought this release couldn't get any bigger... Swedish techno god Adam Beyer rolls in with a gigantic remix for Turbo, the first thing he's done for the Canadian label since his Stockholm Mix Sessions CD back in 2002. The energy swells and builds without ever breaking down completely, the train has left the station and it's not stopping for anyone, ever. Guaranteed massive... the only question is whether your party is big enough to contain this.

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4. Gesaffelstein - Opr

Gesaffelstein - Opr

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5. Tiga VS Audion - Let's Go Dancing (Solomun Remix)

Tiga VS Audion - Let's Go Dancing (Solomun Remix)

Forged in the fire of recent studio sessions for Tiga’s next artist album, ‘Let’s Go Dancing’ is the collaboration between the Canadian producer and Audion aka Matthew Dear. An epic in all senses of the word (the full version clocks in at 9 minutes), ‘Let’s Go Dancing’ is a brilliant piece of hypnotic, primal techno. Remixes come courtesy of some of the hottest producers of the moment: Breach, Solomun and Maya Jane Coles, alongside rising Turbo star joeFarr. Buy it here: 12“ decks: http://bit.ly/1csIe1p Juno Records: http://bit.ly/1hx20bP Phonica: http://bit.ly/HqWppn digital: Beatport: http://btprt.dj/1ceuWAS iTunes: http://www.smarturl.it/LetsGoDancingiTunes2 Juno Download: http://bit.ly/16AgEKQ Boomkat: http://bit.ly/1iYNN5s Whatpeopleplay: http://bit.ly/18lefRC Traxsource: http://bit.ly/1hzdJcg Stompy: http://bit.ly/1dgcnNV Spotify: http://spoti.fi/1dXKriD Rdio: http://bit.ly/1hzdJcg Deezer: http://bit.ly/HPxc97

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6. Alli Borem - Children Of The Heart

Alli Borem - Children Of The Heart

@alli-bor-m Alli Borem, the Italian Tech-house don who leapt into action three years ago with a huge debut on Desolat is back in top form with three club weapons for Turbo. Italian acid-tech-house for dancefloors everywhere: Continuum Gate is a huge, super-effective DJ tool. A wonky acid top-line hovers over rolling, Spastik-style percussion (which everyone loves)... add in massive kicks and a gritty ride and BOOM, the party gets pazzo. 'Children of the Heart' tweaks the reverb and flecks the resonant acid all over your mind... it sounds like Daniel Avery, dipped in tiramisu. Finally, 'Turbo Rolling Ride' ups the jack quotient, with pumping snares punctuating an infinitely grooving bassline. Solid, playable bombs.  Release date: November 17, 2014 12“ Juno Records: http://bit.ly/1xImFkA decks: http://bit.ly/1qP4wN9 deejay: http://bit.ly/11kddrX digital: Beatport: http://btprt.dj/1zwk90Z iTunes: http://bit.ly/1vkK2lN Traxsource: http://bit.ly/1wOmmBO Spotify: http://spoti.fi/1xxxpVm Juno Download: http://bit.ly/1vinrqG Google Play: http://bit.ly/1yMH0EP Whatpeopleplay: http://bit.ly/1A7WpU9 Deezer: http://bit.ly/1ulUIxB Stompy: http://bit.ly/1vkKGji www.turborecordings.com

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10. Duke Dumont- Thunder Clap

Duke Dumont- Thunder Clap

DUKE DUMONT - FOR CLUB PLAY ONLY VOL. 1 Turbo Recordings presents the first in a series of club-conquering EPs from Duke Dumont. From his excellent Fabric mix to a pretty untouchable remixography that has seen him take on tracks by artists as diverse as Bat for Lashes, Mystery Jets and ZZT, Duke Dumont is the sort of artist embraced by people who know their shit. People like us. Pathfinders. Truthtellers. Heroes.   This is the first in a series of "For Club Play Only" EPs, designed to harness Dumont's versatile stylistic mastery and let it explode in the faces of party people everywhere. "Street Walker" takes the intensity of paying for sex and spills it all over the dancefloor with a distorted vocal hook and alien warehouse vibes. Meanwhile, "Thunder Clap" answers the question, "What is the sound of one man jacking?" We've also included an Alternative Mix of "Street Walker," because it's great and because we want to give you the chance to sneer at people and say, "No, this is the alternative mix." In the Age of 2012, producers who favor quality over quantity often get overshadowed by shameless goons who manage to spam their way into the discussion. Our fondest wish is to correct this, taking things to the point where someone like D-Du can't leave the house without being cherished. 

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11. Shaded - Sheshe

Shaded - Sheshe

Minimal bombs from LA-based, Dubfire-championed SHADED Shaded is the new solo project of Skyler Taugher, one of the members of SHDWPLAY, whose releases to date have all been via Dubfire's SCI+TEC label, which speaks to his talent for stripped-down, big room techno. This four track EP bridges the gap between pumping, classic M_nus-style minimal techno and whatever it's more fun and modern counterpart is.  Opener Sheshe has been a staple in label-boss Tiga's sets of late, a slick, energetic and eminently playable club record. Things get darker for Side Sippin and Jane Smith Goes To DC10 before closer Single Freax funs things up again in the closer slot with what sounds like a police siren on drugs under a vocal going “freak-freak-freak,” classic elements for effective party tools… Release Date: June 09, 2014 www.turborecordings.com

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12. ZZT - ZZafrika (Gesaffelstein Remix)

ZZT - ZZafrika (Gesaffelstein Remix)

TURBO128d - ZZT - PARTYS OVER EARTH REMIX LP 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. The PARTYS OVER EARTH Remix LP collects all the classic re-bombs from their catalog, plus unreleased endorphin-releasers from techno veterans The Advent & Industrialyzer, rising Scottish stars Clouds, Mexican Tribal Warrior Erick Rincon, and off-the-grid upstarts Art Majours. It's a fitting monument to the final moments of frenzied dancing before the Singularity, when we will all be judged in the eyes of the Nano-Lord.

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15. Tiga & Zyntherius - Sunglasses At Night (Original 12 Version)

Tiga & Zyntherius - Sunglasses At Night (Original 12  Version)

Turbo 50 Tiga & Zyntherius Sunglasses at Night Remixes In Tiga’s Words: Luck is everything, and it only takes an instant for your life to become your dreams. 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. This is the short story of how the shit went down. It was the winter of my discontent. I was supposed to travel to India with my family for Christmas 2000, but was unable to go for personal reasons. Upset but determined to make the most of the situation I invited Jori Hulkkonen to DJ with me at my club (SONA) for a NYE party. Jori had done a mixCD for Turbo and we had cultivated a fine friendship based on ridicule, shared 80's obsessions and ridicule. I had a small home studio that was gathering dust and producing nothing more than frustration; and I threw out the idea (I think I did, although maybe he did) of "making some tracks". I didn't know what I was talking about. My own creative career had followed a typical early 90's trajectory: houseclubs-ectasy-techno-rave-DJ-travel-raver-promoter-radio-recordstore-nightclub impresario etc... all successful ventures that, at the turn of the millennium, had led me to a position of relative affluence and respect. But the elusive jewel in the crown was production; and this block was slowly destroying me. Then came the J-fool. My memory is bad. In school it was perfect, but it's been eroded by a potent cocktail of reefer, airports, timezones, sleeplessness, computers and time. Now, my memory is not to be trusted. I'll try my best: i think the show went ok. Jori probably played a few records I loved, and a lot that iI hated. It was very cold. New Years Day came, I think he was sleeping at my place. I had an MPC, a Nord Modular. an 808 and a JUNO, and a puppy named Uma. Recently, at a small record store in Calgary of all places, I had bought a copy of 'Sweet Dreams' by Miss Kittin & The Hacker. I thought it was incredible. It's hard to imagine now, but at the time the idea of covering a pop song in a techno style seemed interesting. This is before the world went crazy and eclectic. So we decided to try a cover. I don't remember details of the day. I had no intention of "singing" but I couldn't really do anything else, so that became my job. I also had to walk Uma, make tea, take phone calls, make jokes. Jori did most of the work. We tried a criminally poor cover of "When Doves Cry" which thankfully is lost to all mankind. We did a version of "Small Town Boy" with falsetto singing so bad that if you could distill the sound into a liquid it would be the pure essense of "embarrassing". We did a midi-file based cover of New Years Day, which I still love, that came out on an old Turbo comp. And then (I think it was last) we did Sunglasses At Night. Corey Hart was a Montrealer, it seemed fitting. Our lack of sample memory in the MPC combined with my hesitancy to sing complex notes (or ANY notes for that matter) is what resulted in the "genius" of eliminating the bridge and pre-chorus. I remember Jori thought it was amazing. I didn't really like it. Score one for Zyntherius. I remember going to my record store , DNA, which was just on the corner and playing it: the first of hundreds of "listen to my new track" sessions..... my first taste of the cold sweat of public testing, and the sheer horror of hearing MY voice on speakers. I hated it. A few months before that day in studio i had done a mixCD called Mixed Emotions, which is still one of the best things I have ever done: it featured an "electro-funk" cd and my face on the cover. Both attracted the attention of DJ Hell in Munich, who of course at the time was a hero of mine. I had a contact thru licensing a song from them, so I think I sent him the sunglasses demo. He fell in love as well. I still didn't like it. The rest of the story is like a montage in a movie, albeit a small film, Hell came to montreal, burned dubplates, played 6 times at Love Parade, SAN got huge in germany, , ended up selling a quarter million, doing TOTP, and being one of the big "electro" anthems of the period. I got to ride my own coatails all the way to where i am now. All my dreams came true, including the one about being voted #41 on the DJ top 100 list. I still marvel at how easily it could’ve NOT happened: My dog stepping on the power switch a little earlier, or Jori getting tired, or the phone ringing at the wrong time. And I cant help but wonder how different my life would have been. While I was never a huge fan of the record I will say that it was a very pure creative effort, in its own way a real punk track: two friends making something without any label or plans or scene......and crucially without any expectations. To spend 90 minutes on that, in a vacuum, and to then feel your entire life altered by the results.... that is the magic of pop culture, and testimony to the awesome transformative power of ....... the Roland Juno-60. Love from Montreal, and love to Jori Z and a special shout out to Hell and Josef. In Zyntherius’ words: When I was a child I dreamt about being a god. When I grew up I realized I could become one. In 2000 I noticed that the post for the god of synthesizers was not taken. I didn't even have to apply for the job. No real god would have to do that. I just declared myself as ZYNTHERIUS - the god of synthesizers. Nowadays I'm feeling much better, but occasionally I still get the urge. Which is why you should be aware of the wrath of Z and respect the holy Oscillators.

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16. Duke Dumont - No Money Blues feat. Extra Curricular

Duke Dumont - No Money Blues feat. Extra Curricular

DUKE DUMONT - FOR CLUB PLAY ONLY VOL. 2 Turbo Recordings presents the second in a series of club-vanquishing EPs from Duke Dumont. Following the rapturous reception of his first club-centric EP for Turbo, as well as remixes for Santigold and the forthcoming AlunaGeorge single, UK superproducer Duke Dumont returns to tighten his stranglehold on the worldwide nightgeist with FOR CLUB PLAY ONLY VOL. 2, this time training his sights on the Vocal Anthem heavyweight title. A-side "No Money Blues" brings UK bass and deep house into the realm of crossover pop, while "The Giver" is an ecstatic vocal house anthem that would fit seamlessly alongside the most uplifting MURK classics. These are probably the two most "feel-good" tracks we will put out all year, but the impeccable level of quality actually lets you "feel good" about "feeling good." This EP positions Dumont as the versatile international hitmaker we know him to be, establishing a globe-spanning Dukedom to unite us all.

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17. Gesaffelstein - Aufstand

Gesaffelstein - Aufstand

Gesaffelstein's 'Variations' EP set an all-time record for feedback at Turbo. For a new artist to attract that kind of attention from such a broad cross-section of DJs is extremely special and a clear sign that he's tapped in to something very, very big. To the younger generation of clubbers and DJs for whom the funtastic era of 2001-2003 revivalism was a missed experience, Gesaffelstein represents a double-breasted jacket of nostalgia for everything from the power of Industrial and 80s New Wave to the Gigolo-glam of early Kittin & the Hacker, Steril, Vitalic, Fixmer, and yes, Tiga.   We have no hesitation in declaring that he has single-handedly updated an entire genre, sharpened the edges, and notably traded in the camp and pastiche that made Electroclash a dirty word for a refined and stylish simplicity. The breakdowns are massive and very French, but never out of order. These are futuristic party bombs which skillfully draw from our favourite dance music of the last 30 years... and add more cowbell!

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18. Suuns - Up Past The Nursery (Ivan Smagghe Edit)

Suuns - Up Past The Nursery (Ivan Smagghe Edit)

Images du Futur, this year's Secretly Canadian-released sophomore album from Montreal's Suuns, receives fittingly edgy remix treatment from Canada's premier electronic label, Turbo Recordings. The nationalistic pride ends there, however, as the remixers are strictly European. Leading the charge are Scottish techno prodigies Clouds, arguably the most important artists to emerge on the roster of Tiga's 15 year strong imprint since Duke Dumont and Gesaffelstein rose to stardom. Their remix is a brooding stomper that reflects the development of their sound in the concrete wonderland of the UK's underground scene. It's not bright or obvious, but, as with their recently released debut lp, it's a rewardingly profound listen for what is essentially a club-shaking DJ tool. Fellow 'New Jack Techno' cohort joeFarr turns in two stellar versions built around massive distorted kick drums, already on the hype radar since Tiga kicked off his acclaimed Boiler Room set with the second of the two, a decidedly more clubby effort while the first mix chugs along at a slower tempo, leaving extra space for all the grit and grime of his heavily textured sounds. Finally, French DJ-journeyman Ivan Smagghe weighs in with a pair as well… firstly converting 2020 into a style all his own, a kind of zombie cowboy march as It's A Fine Line (alongside Tim Paris)… and, even more finally, with a brilliant re-edit of an older track on Suuns's catalog, Up Past the Nursery. It's a deep, after-hours epic and surely the most accessible and pop moment on the EP, sure to fit in equally well into the sets of house DJs as well as late-night loft-party hipsters. iTunes: http://bit.ly/1burKR5 Beatport: http://btprt.dj/16G1cty Juno: http://bit.ly/1burKR5 Traxsource: http://bit.ly/1asXQMZ WPP: http://bit.ly/1a9C0vM Boomkat: http://bit.ly/1cmgUSj Spotify: http://spoti.fi/HbCJ8P Rdio: http://bit.ly/1iobnbp Deezer: http://bit.ly/19MhYL2

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19. 06 Gesaffelstein - Viol

06 Gesaffelstein - Viol

Turbo Recordings bursts with pride at the mere thought of presenting its latest compilation of recent label highlights. Featuring Tiga, ZZT, Azari & III, Jamie Jones, Maceo Plex, Matthew Herbert, Gesaffelstein, Duke Dumont, Clouds, and many more. Sometimes it seems like it could take a hundred years to fully enjoy the music for which Turbo is responsible for putting out for you to listen to for the purposes of fun and dancing, and this is one of those times. The label's masterminds have hand-picked and ear-vetted the top tracks from Turbo 101 to 125, a period spanning over two years and countless lives enriched on or near the world's dancefloors. The best of the first 25 releases of the new Turbo Century features everyone from label chairman/bedman Tiga to world-cherished house darlings Azari & III to dark French electro prince Gesaffelstein, and showcases the roster's new cadre of emerging superstars like UK chart-topper Duke Dumont and young Scottish prodigies Clouds. The compilation also highlights the best of the label's oft-vaunted remix packs, with artists the caliber of Matthew Herbert, Jamie Jones, and Maceo Plex reworking Turbo artists.  Turbo Century V. Relive an era that will live on forever...today.

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20. Duke Dumont - Nicht Vor Mitternacht

Duke Dumont - Nicht Vor Mitternacht

The prodigal @dukedumont returns to Turbo triumphant after two UK #1 singles in Need U (100%) and I Got U. Getting a number one single is an extraordinary achievement. Getting two is a whole other level. Even KLF, who literally wrote the book on how to write a #1 hit (The Manual) only managed to do it once. Duke Dumont's talent was first recognized in 2007 when Tiga signed his Regality EP, and further developed through the mentorship of Switch, but for years he seemed destined to stay under-the-radar, another brilliant artist toiling in relative obscurity, his fantastic remixes working wonders on dance-floors while his name was a footnote to the success of bigger names.  All that started to change in 2012 with For Club Play Only vol I & II on Turbo, with 'Street Walker' getting a swell of underground support and 'The Giver' following up as one of the crossover club hits of the year. His follow-up launch of the Blasé Boys Club label with the #1 hit 'Need U (100%)' propelled him to instant stardom, and incredibly he managed to follow-up in rapid fire with interim single 'Hold On' and then a second #1 in ‘I Got U ft. Jax Jones’. It's an astonishing success story primed to continue with the forthcoming ‘Won't Look Back.' So it comes as a welcome surprise to also get this third instalment of For Club Play Only, a return to stripped-down party bombs, with just enough hook to make the tracks unforgettable. 'Slow Dance' is a guaranteed floor-filler built from a killer bassline, sexy vocal sample, crisp drums and a wiggly acid outro. 'Mumble Man' is another infectious, instantly-gratifying hand-raiser, and possibly the best scat track since Scatman John. 'Nicht Vor Mitternacht' sees the Duke flexing his EDM muscles, foregoing vocals for total synth domination, designed to work with the biggest hiss cannons the world has ever seen. Bonafide stadium wrecker. Finally, 'Drumapella' is a dope DJ tool, a functional weapon to layer in the mix or leave in it's sparse banging glory. DIGITAL: Beatport: http://btprt.dj/WJre0Y itunes: http://bit.ly/1q8waVl Juno Download: http://bit.ly/UwI8hr Boomkat: http://bit.ly/1mU6Qz3 Whatpeopleplay: http://bit.ly/UwIjJA Google Play: http://bit.ly/1rubSqg Traxsource: http://bit.ly/1l6zTj8 Amazon mp3: http://bit.ly/1mU6Qz3 Deezer: http://bit.ly/1AoOIrb Spotify: http://spoti.fi/1nMYGyv Rdio: http://bit.ly/1tS4MNM 12" VINYL: Decks: http://bit.ly/YL2zdf Juno Records: http://bit.ly/1m5qoqx Phonica: http://bit.ly/1qE9SPp Amoeba: http://bit.ly/1qQFK2e Amazon: http://smarturl.it/FCPO3 deejay: http://bit.ly/1qWuGPU Amazon: http://smarturl.it/FCPO3

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