Turbo taps its core talent to remix ‘100’ alongside a huge acid rework from Martinez Brothers & some vinyl-only underground gems.
The effervescent Bronx brothers highlight the package with their ‘Keep it 100 remix,’ a 132 BPM jacker. Guaranteed, club-conquering acid here.
The rest of the mixes come courtesy of the Canadian label’s ever-replenishing crew of fresh talent, beginning with LA’s minimal techno don Shaded, who trips out the vocals, laying down a fresh evolving bassline and a loopy techno groove that will bring the funk back into even the darkest of afterhours. Next up is longtime label A&R Thomas Von Party, who delivers a surprisingly epic mix of off-the-rails madness that travels through a massive breakbeat-filled rave climax that will get hands in the air before dissolving minds into frenetic braindance. Fresh faced Eindhoven-native Trace7000 strips things back to the basics, with a chunky, weighty, pumper of a mix… big and loud, but restrained and smart. PC Music’s wonderboy Kane West steps in with a fresh take, centred on a super dope midi-slap-bassline and the endlessly repeating vocal appeal to ‘girls’ – devastatingly simple, super effective party vibes from one of the UK’s most promising young producers. Finally, Harvard Bass lines up the 909 groove and locks onto the super-club matrix he’s come to know so well as he’s joined the Ibiza circuit as part of Tuskegee & Relief’s line-ups.
Exclusive to the 12inch vinyl, UK producer Johnny Aux, fresh from a huge remix for DFA’s Shit Robot, turns in an incredibly raw, heads-down techno mix, low slung until after the break when a crunchy ride comes in to drive things into loopy mayhem. On the flip side, Tel Aviv’s brilliant Red Axes turn in a beautifully complex, featuring big bells, guitars, and killer grooves… not sure how to describe this one, but it doesn’t seem wrong to settle on desert cowboy acid.
One killer vocal hook. 8 different ways to get down. All winners.