Tubro Recordings is about to start or implement a new standard in modern techno. With there new Compilation called “New Jack Techno” they release a great collection of newcomer and grown producers. Ten powerfull tracks together on one compilation. If you can’t decide which could be yours, trust me, every one is worth to have in your collection. The compilation is available on Beatport now. For more informations check the words below by Turbo.
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.
My recommendations: Iron & Water, The Anti Mixdown, Wasteland, Gang 49, Underground Persistence.