- 1. 01 Gingy & Bordello - Iron & Water 7.57 13794 plays
- 2. 02 Locked Groove - Different Paths 5.11 9441 plays
- 3. J.Tijn - The Anti Mixdown 5.07 8627 plays
- 4. 04 Milano - Wasteland 4.40 6030 plays
- 5. 05 Locked Groove & Gingy - Tie Dye 6.03 7233 plays
- 6. 06 Clouds - Gang 49 6.36 22753 plays
- 7. 07 Sei A - Mercy Bass 5.43 6501 plays
- 8. 08 Nautiluss - Troubleman 7.37 10648 plays
- 9. 09 Duke Dumont - Underground Persistence 5.05 12247 plays
- 10. 10 Tomas Anderson - Stickingar 8.50 3652 plays
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TURBOCD034 - NEW JACK TECHNO
Ushering in a new era for Tiga’s Turbo Recordings, New Jack Techno showcases the label’s next generation of producers, signalling a bold new direction for the influential Canadian imprint. Featuring 10 exclusive tracks, this compilation offers a glimpse of the year ahead while remaining faithful to the veteran label’s underground techno roots.
This new core of roster artists - which includes emerging Toronto talents Gingy & Bordello, Nautiluss and Milano, Hotflush associate Locked Groove, London newcomer J Tijn, rising Scottish stars Clouds and Sei A, and UK super-producer Duke Dumont – strikes a perfect balance between modern bass-influenced dance music and Turbo’s original 90s techno spirit, courtesy of the A&R Machine that brought you such established stars as Proxy, Gesaffelstein, and Azari & III. The comp is rounded out by a killer track from Swedish techno master Tomas Andersson, thereby fulfilling the label’s long-standing “experienced Scandi-man” requirement, historically filled by Jori Hulkkonen or some combination of Dahlbäcks.
Whatever you thought you thought about Turbo is now irrelevant. New Jack Techno is a sign of the future, portending the great things to come as the label’s new generation of talent finds its audience.
Release/catalogue number: TURBOCD034
Release date: Jun 18, 2012