released in solidarity with tigas anti-tech house crusade, a silent campaign fought everyday on the streets of your hometown, blaze finds russian crypto-whiz dimitri veimar still dancing with the rawer-than-the-rawest-dog electro thats brought him to the dizzying heights of the mid-tier crags of mt. turbo mountain. throwing his weight behind what some in the media are probably already calling tigas war was absolutely necessary following the events of a recent gig in moscow. veimar opened the night by playing no fewer than three tiga tracks, which anyone whos read tigas taboos can tell you is definitely a tiga taboo. deeply immersed in the practice of pouring his own mineral water, tiga ignored the hootin and hollerin of the vips crowding the dj booth (including dennis miller and diego maradona), and proceeded to play a set entirely comprised of recordings of every embarrassing thing veimar had ever said in his life. four hours later, an emotionally-shot veimar collapsed into tigas arms, with the magnanimous label boss whispering, i forgive you, dimitri into his ear. the release also features a broken techno remix from mysterious european producer florian kupfer, who made us sign a non-disclosure-agreement dictating that we can only describe him as mysterious, enigmatic, and/or european, so well have to let the music do the talking.
nice price deal !!! dimitri veimar is the kind of musical discovery that, were i were a religious man, i would go to bed and pray for every night. modern day acid house that stays below the 120bpm mark but retains a certain punch whilst having an air of techno cool and swagger to it. - daniel avery talking to dummy
throughout its nearly 20year 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 sternlyworded 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 skincrawling descriptions alike. it is a primal tongue describing a future where all communication is elevated to an endless loop of sweatdrenched clubgoers pressed tightly against the front of the stage, smiling at everything you do.
seasoned memory athletes will no doubt recall the turbo’s past affiliation with the former soviet union (proxy, tiga tigayevich khristorozhdestvensky), and recent geopolitical developments have prompted the label to once again hedge its bets. our a&r team spent countless hours sifting through layer after layer of russian underground music, a shocking amount of which turned out to be fake soundcloud accounts from producers based in florida. in fact, our best intelligence suggests that dimitri veimar may be the only person making music in russia today. for the 30 minutes a day he is not trading in politically moderate twitter-bot futures, veimar produces dark, raw-dog electro. he has already released music with omnidisc and renate, so it makes little sense to us why we have to communicate with him via a mole in the canadian embassy in moscow, which is further complicated by the fact that the mole is also an aspiring dj/producer whom we have to keep happy at all costs. you have no idea how much has been sacrificed in order to shield you from the realpolitik of international dance music.
the fifth release on renate schallplatten comes from dimitri veimar from moscow, a good friend and regular guest behind the decks at renate. hot on the the heels of his fantastic time ep on omnidisc, he delivers four tracks of modern acid flavoured goodness. the icing on the cake is a superb remix by renate all time favourite lauer from the robert johnson crew.
dimitri veimar dimitri veimar has arrived with the second installment to the omnidisc swim series. the release includes 4 raw cuts from the producer. ranging from the acid soaked acid jogging to the driving cut 6 days.
nice price deal !!! in november last year, undo released “disconnect”, his third album. a charming long-player that has won very good feedbacks and reviews. now it’s time to unveil the first ep with remixes from the album. a great and variate package including reworks from friends and artists he admires as mexican iñigo vontier, russian dimitri veimar and belgium cabaret nocturne. there’s also a new mix by undo himself.
its been an exciting initial 18 months for hobbes music, with djs and critics lining up to praise the fledgling edinburgh label: erol alkan, motor city drum ensemble, justin robertson, ashley beedle, maceo plex, ivan smagghe, jd twitch (optimo), jimpster, teed, citizen, sean johnston, m.a.n.d.y., philippe zdar, sinden, locksmith (rudimental), bot (crookers), alan braxe, alex metric
new fresh fruits on the table! for this fifth episode frucht have something quite different, a 4 track compilation which his style and genre travels through a tunnel of what frucht see as the future of electronic dance music.
deep shit is best known as a club night curated by jack savidge of friendly fires and edwin congreave of foals. originally started as a place for deep, intense, party music, the last 18 months have seen the two resident djs host the likes of teed, andy blake, leon vynehall and luke solomon at various london institutions including plastic people, ministry of sound, bussey building, and corsica studios, finding their parties championed by guardian guide and time out along the way.